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  1. 24 days ago on Reality Check

    You were a cop, so stand up, man !

    Hey, maybe have her drive & then you can do the critique. That might ring a bell.

  2. 24 days ago on Reality Check

    I had one once on the back seat of a sweet Suzuki. 3000 klick trip to San Fran. Dropped her in Vancouver to visit friends. Peace & quiet after that. What was I thinking in the first place ?

  3. 24 days ago on Moderately Confused

    Some men are like dogs, scarf anything & everything, & in excess. It’s just fuel to them. Their taste-buds barely get a lick as it goes by.

    ARF ! More …

  4. 24 days ago on Moderately Confused

    That’s not unusual. It’s as if the brain has found the on-switch for the mouth & vocal chords and is announcing every little thought (random flashes across some neurons).

    Some fascinating new research here: (needs slashes instead of asterisks between the following & WWW. at the front)


    What a pain. Perhaps some bright person will figure out a simple solution. I don’t understand why they are so adamant about blocking URLs.

  5. 24 days ago on Frank and Ernest

    Beat me to it. I did some contract work in several government offices. That schedule is not far off the mark. They all vied for junkets, * a least a week away from the office.

    _* an outing, a spree, now esp one enjoyed by officials using public funds — Chambers dictionary

  6. 24 days ago on Cornered

    There have been several reruns. This is a small one from 2005/03/13. Use that for the URL date.

  7. 27 days ago on Ripley's Believe It or Not

    The latest from GoComics: URLs are not allowed in the comments

    Comments won’t post.

  8. 28 days ago on Rabbits Against Magic

    recognition of items on each side of the road

    That’s what the multiple sensors do too. This a simple overview, & it’s 5 years old. Much has improved since then.


  9. 28 days ago on Rabbits Against Magic

    Modern cars already have sensors for bikes & pedestrians in front. Now companies are installing side sensors, because the problem is humans who haven’t the wits to do basic safety checks. Too busy with their mobile phones ?


  10. 28 days ago on Rabbits Against Magic

    A “CLOSED course in the desert” ? Hardly. It was all dirt. The open road is a breeze by comparison. There’s pavement. There are clips of how the sensors work.

    The third year challenge was driving in a mock town (for safety reasons) with fixed obstacles such as parked cars, & human drivers. One minor ding, which you wouldn’t even bother to report to the insurance company. Remember, that was 2006.

    In following years the Challenge moved to robots working in simulated disaster situations, traversing rubble, climbing stairs, opening doors, closing valves, using power tools, even driving a Ute through a slalom.

    We’ve come a long way, baby.