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2013-11-04 01:18:49 PM
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Pass.
 
2013-11-04 01:19:17 PM
Ahh, El Reg.  Why use a double-entendre when a single one will do?

But the new spaceplane project is rather impressive.
 
2013-11-04 01:21:28 PM
I knew she was a tranny.
 
2013-11-04 01:28:05 PM

Professor_Nutbutter: Ahh, El Reg.  Why use a double-entendre when a single one will do?

But the new spaceplane project is rather impressive.


I was looking for SHODAN myself
 
2013-11-04 01:59:28 PM
Exactly the mental image I was hoping to have to deal with.
 
2013-11-04 02:04:58 PM

Fano: Professor_Nutbutter: Ahh, El Reg.  Why use a double-entendre when a single one will do?

But the new spaceplane project is rather impressive.

I was looking for SHODAN myself


i.imgur.com

GREETINGS STARFIGHTER!
 
2013-11-04 02:45:28 PM

Hand Banana: [i.imgur.com image 453x337]

Pass.


"When i was a kid they told me i could be anything i wanted to be. So i became sixty."
 
2013-11-04 03:12:47 PM
3D printing spacecraft?

I think you just heard a certain punctuational physicist blow his load.
 
2013-11-04 06:44:10 PM

Fano: Professor_Nutbutter: Ahh, El Reg.  Why use a double-entendre when a single one will do?

But the new spaceplane project is rather impressive.

I was looking for SHODAN myself


Why would you be looking for that egomaniacal biatch of an AI?
 
2013-11-04 07:18:34 PM

hardinparamedic: 3D printing spacecraft?

I think you just heard a certain punctuational physicist blow his load.


Who has even remotely come close to 3D printing anything even with 50000 light years of being generously called a "spacecraft"? Here's a hint, when 99.9999999999999....999999% of your parts are off-the-shelf hobbyist and "prosumer" parts, 3D printing the name badge doesn't mean the whole thing was 3D printed.
 
2013-11-04 08:39:00 PM

Quantum Apostrophe: hardinparamedic: 3D printing spacecraft?

I think you just heard a certain punctuational physicist blow his load.

Who has even remotely come close to 3D printing anything even with 50000 light years of being generously called a "spacecraft"? Here's a hint, when 99.9999999999999....999999% of your parts are off-the-shelf hobbyist and "prosumer" parts, 3D printing the name badge doesn't mean the whole thing was 3D printed.


To imply that it flies through space rather than merely falls from it might be a stretch but they did things with 3D printing for the body and wings that you just can't do by other means.http://www.theregister.co.uk/2013/09/30/vulture_2_photos/
 
2013-11-04 09:58:56 PM
encrypted-tbn3.gstatic.com
 
2013-11-04 11:02:13 PM
Damn it
 
2013-11-05 01:30:38 AM
Once the Riders of Lohan were many proud men, now our numbers are few.. dark times indeed.

/wouldn't hit it with your's
 
2013-11-05 05:41:52 AM
4.bp.blogspot.com
 
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