Jan 5

Given the trajectory of 4k TV/content adoption, this thing will start to be somewhat useful and justified somewhere around 2028.

Nov 25

If you build out your infrastructure in a single region with no other type of redundancy, then it is really your own fault when something like this happens.

Aug 11

“My daily commute is 600 miles each way through rocky terrain that requires a foot of ground clearance and also I need to haul two motorcycles everywhere I go. I live in a remote area of the Yukon Territories and there is no electricity near me. This is why EVs are useless and no one should care about them until they Read more

Aug 3

Or you could just slow the fuck down when approaching an intersection with obviously-poor visibility. Have you driven through farm country? It’s mostly just endless straight roads with occasional intersections. Just use the left pedal every once in a while, jeez. Read more

Aug 3

I grew up living in and driving through corn country.  Farmers generally leave space between roads and the fields for drainage, which is more than enough to see if someone is coming down the road.  This sounds more like a problem of people not seeing and obeying stop signs, which is more of a problem of grid based Read more

Jul 30

I fail to see how recruiting on Twitch is different than a TV ad. Military recruitment of any kind is always misleading (or, at the very best sugar coating), as “try not to get shot for a couple years and we’ll pay you less than minimum wage, and maybe cover your tuition” isn’t going to get it done.

Apr 8 2020

In all seriousness how is this significantly different from the 2018 Silverado other than the screen size?

Apr 3 2020

Voting is for citizens only. Join the mobile infantry and save the world. Service guarantees citizenship.
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Mar 23 2020

If people want to get in on it, Folding @ Home is researching the coronavirus and could use some CPU cycles.

Mar 9 2020

Let us also not forger the greatest Canadian export since Canadian Bacon: