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The bug report was marked ‘could not reproduce’.
The Street View van isn’t going to find out anything Google won’t already know from reading my email.
I calculate that the electrons in radiation therapy hit you at 99.8% of the speed of light, and the beam used in a 90-second gamma ray therapy session could, if fired with less precision, kill a horse (they did not let me test this).
It was their main recruiting poster, hung up nearly ten feet up a wall! This means the hackers have LADDER technology! Are we headed for a future where everyone has to pay $50 for one of those locked plexiglass poster covers? More after the break …
Each quarter of the lanes from left to right correspond loosely to breast cancer stages one through four (at diagnosis).
Not pictured: the elongated Halley’s-Comet-like orbit of every Rebecca Black lyric.
‘I was pretty good at skeet shooting, but was eventually kicked off the range for catching the clay pigeons in a net and dispatching them execution-style.’
You can arrange a pickup of your sword in Rivendell between the hours of noon and 7:00 PM.
“This is the reference implementation of the self-referential joke.”
The safe is empty except for an unsolved 5x5 Rubik’s cube.
Our brains have just one scale, and we resize our experiences to fit.
Wait a minute. If I’m escaping from a submarine at 50 meters, then I’ll *definitely* need a flashlight to find air pockets for gradual decompression on the way up. Time to start shopping professional dive lights.
There’s planned downtime every night when we turn on the Roomba and it runs over the cord.
Every age: “I’m glad I’m not the clueless person I was five years ago, but now I don’t want to get any older.”
When advertisers figure this out, our only weapon will be blue sharpies and “[disputed]”.