On 10/30/2014 7:05 AM, steve.sun...@yahoo.com [FairfieldLife] wrote:
First the butt bouncers, and now this!
Where do you think Barry gets these stories? If this is an example of
his science reporting, he should maybe take a reality check. Go figure.
/Elvis Presley: A Southern Life/
by Joel Williamson
Oxford University Press; 1 edition, November 13, 2014
Barry, you've got work to do son.
Start an institute or something. "The BW Institute of How I Can Set
The World Wright"
If only they would listen to me. "Why, ferchristsakes is the world
not beating a path to my door"
"LRs, LRs, Heed My Call! Double down on your efforts to spread the
world. A back page mention of Doug Hamilton in Wine Spectator, (or
whatever it was) is not sufficient. Not Sufficient I Tell You!"
---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <turquoiseb@...> wrote :
Old news, in one respect. I once read that Elvis' idea of fun was
inviting friends over to his estate, issuing each of them an enormous
bulldozer, and then having big "dinosaur battles" as they rammed them
into one another until only one was left still running.
But as crazy as that might have been, at least the bulldozers weren't
doing this on their own. These guys want to build robots to do the
same thing, and given the popularity of drones it's just a matter of
time before they take the human "pilots" out of the equation. What
could go wrong with an idea like that? :-)
Startup wants to raise $1.8 million to build giant fighting robots
Startup wants to raise $1.8 million to build giant fight...
The folks at MegaBots Inc. dream of making humongous machines:
15-foot-tall, 15,000-pound piloted robots to be exact. And they don't
want to build them
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