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post #21 of 52
Meh... nothing like a little emp wont fix if worse comes to worse
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post #22 of 52
Skynet. Weird sense of humor, although the Brits are watched a lot so . . .

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Meh... nothing like a little emp wont fix if worse comes to worse
I so want to make an EMP generator for when jackies pull up in their little cars and I can't talk to the wife. Zap dead stereo.
    
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Guess the author of this article has never heard of a Predator UAV.......
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post #24 of 52
Hmm, cute.

I wonder what would happen should it suffer a BSOD while giving a robotic drone information about its targets....
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Originally Posted by kanman View Post
dunno what ye people are on about, Israel invented everything, we just "leaked" the less useful stuff so you guys think your smart...

LOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ok mate .....

the Israeli army still uses panzer tanks don't they.....
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post #26 of 52
Its safe to say we event alot lol.

Anyway this sounds entertaining. Lets give the computers control
post #27 of 52
if it has anything to do with nVidia rendering the pictures, that is almost a certainty

i mean, even the CEO admits they cause plenty of BSODs, lol
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post #28 of 52
we'll capture a T1000 overclock it , voltmodd it and lap it up and send it in for a fight with the mercury made one
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post #29 of 52
We've got skynet by the balls, now.
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post #30 of 52
well the article says the satellites only last 15 years so even if it did take over it would only be for 15 years.
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