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Apr 12
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The pilot is at the helm. The captain may technically still be in charge of the ship, but the pilot was driving. Read more

Apr 12
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Those laborers are probably earning $10k a year at best. 

Apr 12
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Ain’t nobody in Egypt making millions in overtime. Perhaps you’re unfamiliar with the region, but laborious work is looked down upon, and generally pays shit. Read more

Apr 6
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That’s really not how these things work. You don’t shoot first, especially in a training area. Especially when you might not have authorization to use live ammunition for your training exercise that day. The military doesn’t really function like you see in movies, you’re not just constantly carrying a loaded gun every Read more

Apr 6
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The article talks about hovering, so definitely rotorcraft. Very small craft may not register on sensors. A stealth fixed wing craft has a very small cross section on radar, so a stealthy quad-copter may well be too small to track.

Apr 6
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Because most UAVs that can hover (quad-copters and the like) are quite small. Read more

Apr 5
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Gotta remind myself every day that “last year” wasn’t 2019.

Apr 2
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That.... no. That’s basically a more ideal system: people elect their law enforcement. The “elect your sheriff” model is what a lot of communities need to help stop police brutality. A fully democratized law enforcement system can be part of a solution. Read more

Apr 2
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In MN, it’s like the first thing you learn in a CCW course. Brandishing will get you locked up for several years. You can be charged with “making terroristic threats”, and the charge will stick.

Apr 2
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Doubt it. Footage clearly showed the whole incident.

Mar 19
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Snyder’s superman is the only interesting one we’ve ever gotten on screen. Man of steel was fun.  Read more