ultraholland: still won't get the Colonel's recipe
AngryDragon: We all know that meat is murder.Tasty, tasty murder.
ultraholland: still won't get the Colonel's
Needlessly Complicated: Misleading headline is misleading. They want to investigate animal rights abuses on CAFOs and slaughterhouses since in a lot of places it's illegal to film or take pictures in and around such places.
WTF Indeed: Isn't the fast food industry already filled with mindless drones?
Active introvert: I think this is how Skynet got started.
Tobin_Lam: Needlessly Complicated: Misleading headline is misleading. They want to investigate animal rights abuses on CAFOs and slaughterhouses since in a lot of places it's illegal to film or take pictures in and around such places.Right, because it isn't trespassing if the camera isn't directly connected to the ground. The reason slaughterhouses are secretive is because what happens in them by its very nature isn't pleasant.
brantgoose: All those hundreds of thousands of glass storefronts must hide terrible secrets.What's behind the counter in the area where you can see the food being prepared and put into little boxes? What do those massive truck deliveries of boxes labelled food, cups, napkins, etc. contain? What heinous crimes are hidden in those freezers and soda dispensers? Can you believe the crap on the nutritional labels? Why do they hide more complete nutritional information under neath the paper placemats, available on demand on their websites?WITHOUT DRONES WE'LL NEVER KNOW. It's not as if they are posting their secrets to YouTube in response to misinformation on the web. Oh, wait. Yes they are.
fusillade762: A guy here in Oregon wanted to use a drone to see if Union Pacific was using old rail cars to transport oil. The FAA's position on this seemed quite strange to me.Operating a drone, or "unmanned aircraft system," strictly for recreational purposes doesn't require approval from the FAA. The administration's website implies the alternative is commercial or business use.Not so, according to FAA officials. Any purpose other than "hobby or recreational use" is subject to FAA regulation, and the operator needs the administration's permission.Gathering information for use in negotiations or arbitration with Union Pacific or local builders doesn't qualify as purely recreational, an FAA official said.Can anyone explain how that makes sense?
volodya: Militant vegans will not take away my right to eat bacon.
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