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This "See Through Walls" device involves drilling through a wall and putting a wide-angle lens through. Being a dirty pervert was hard work back before they invented wifi-enabled security cameras disguised as smoke detectors.

(Men's Life Aug.1970)

Enjoying ?

Remember: If you die in VR, you die in real life.

More Impressions :

* If I *have* to constantly carry an arrow in my primary hand when the bow is equipped, I wish I could use it as a crude stabby weapon. At *LEAST* for stuff like clearing spider-webs.

(I feel like this is the sort of thing they'd do if it was designed ground-up as a VR game.)

Impressions :
* You can tell it wasn't originally a VR game.
* It's still good enough that I'd probably love it if I hadn't already played Skyrim.
* The combat is disappointing if you've been spoiled by the fantastic and satisfying combat in "Gorn".
* "Dynamic Resolution" is a euphemism for "look really blurry"
* I never thought I cared about the dress-up aspect of the game, but not being able to see my own character bugs me.

With a 3d printing pen and some wood-composite filament, you could do additive whittling. Turn a spoon back into a block of wood.

Looks like @panerabread is the latest company that should not be trusted with customer data.
Not only did they leak the data, they only PRETENDED to fix the security hole and thought nobody would notice it was still there.

medium.com/@djhoulihan/no-pane

So, schools that are requiring clear backpacks, are they also banning things like binders and folders?

Because when I was in grade school, I'm pretty sure I could have hidden at least two handguns in my Trapper Keeper.

Penicillin mold is the greatest boon to civilization in all of history.

And I understand that in addition to giving us delicious blue cheese, it's also used for something in medicine.

I don't understand why, in this day and age, they can't make a car alarm that only goes off if someone actually breaks the window, or forces the door.

I mean, if a cat accidentally bumps into a bank, it doesn't set off the vault alarm.

Of COURSE the first AI Car fatality was caused by an Uber car.

Remember that AI car that was caught running a red light, claimed it was human error, then was seen running a bunch more? Uber. Remember that AI car operating in SF without an AI car license? Uber.

Uber does everything as cheaply and as sleazy as possible.

I'll bet that car AI didn't have 1/100th the testing that competing AI get when they put it on the road.

1) Buy a company on credit
2) Have the company assume the debt you used to buy it.
3) Give yourself and your friends a huge salary.
4) The company won't be able to handle the debt, so just let it go bankrupt. (Tough luck, employees!)

It's the American dream! So long

"HP and the Goblet of Fire" has got to have the most "child logic" plot ever.

You can just see some eight-year old explaining it.

"His name's on the list, so TECHNICALLY that means he has to compete!"

Even though literally nobody wants him to, and the rules say he can't?

"Yeah, because, if your name's on the list, then you're OFFICIALLY in the game and you have to play. Officially"

One day I want to own an old mansion so I can individually lock each interior door with a different key, and then hide the keys nearby in insane places.

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