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MrBrrrrrrrrt 1 point ago +1 / -0

I know. A lot of pathetic losers on here.

Probably the same people sucking Putins cock on Patriots that think Putin is based, fighting the NWO whilst also playing his part setting it all up in terms of war, famine etc.

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MrBrrrrrrrrt 3 points ago +3 / -0

I think you underestimate just how much of a moron Hunter Biden is.

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MrBrrrrrrrrt 2 points ago +2 / -0

"Waaaaah. They're only supposed to be doing this to the other guys waaaaah"

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MrBrrrrrrrrt -2 points ago +2 / -4

To play devil's advocate, there is so much fuckery going it over there, it would be trivial for Russians to put on some Ukrainian military gear and put some Russian gear on Ukrainian prisoners and stage something like this.

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MrBrrrrrrrrt 1 point ago +1 / -0

I don't know why you're so triggered at the wording of my question. I know enough that there are different theories amongst those that don't believe the established belief of Earth as a spherical planet, space, stars etc. The average person would laugh directly in your face talking about this stuff. I'm trying to learn and that's how you answer...So yeah, you're still the cunt here fella.

Now, if you'd care to elaborate, I'm still interested in your thoughts.

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MrBrrrrrrrrt 1 point ago +1 / -0

Do you know how to answer a question without sounding like a cunt?

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MrBrrrrrrrrt 1 point ago +1 / -0

Could you describe your best guess of what Earth looks like?

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MrBrrrrrrrrt 4 points ago +4 / -0

Probably a fake post but still.

Also, just imagine waking up one morning and finding out the man that raped you was killed the night before. Bled out in the street like the piece of filth he was. That wont bring back what Rosenbaum stole from them but it must have been nice to hear.

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MrBrrrrrrrrt 2 points ago +2 / -0

We'll see. I just don't think we're there yet. How many times have you been driving and seen something suss and thought to yourself "that person is going to do x dumb thing" and prepared for that and then they did. There are certain nuances I think when it comes to driving that you can't program a car to do.

Question for you as a Tesla driver. Assuming you have some form of self driving mode in your car, how does it fair on roads where there's no divider line splitting your lane from on coming traffic on the other side of road? I drive on quite a few roads like that and have always wondered how AI would handle that. Does it use the gutters as reference points and then divide the road in two?

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MrBrrrrrrrrt 15 points ago +15 / -0

Says the people caught trying to dox the jury.

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MrBrrrrrrrrt 8 points ago +8 / -0

Holy shit. Is that real? I knew he commented something about Kyle being a white supremacist but to tweet that? Fucking unreal.

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MrBrrrrrrrrt 3 points ago +3 / -0

Well yeah. You know what I mean though. Another craft isn't suddenly going to appear a few meters in front of a plane without anyone knowing in advance unless we're dealing with some black site stealth craft or an alien craft.

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MrBrrrrrrrrt 2 points ago +2 / -0

Eh. I've been on military training sites that are like small towns. Road systems etc. There's no reason you couldn't populate one of those with threats and do a significant amount of fact/bug finding whilst still in a control environment. More expensive though I guess than just letting rip on public roads.

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MrBrrrrrrrrt 2 points ago +2 / -0

You wouldn't think self driving cars still in beta would be allowed on public roads. Seems like a liability to me.

But yeah, I've always thought it would make sense for Tesla to offer insurance direct. Despite the speeds they're capable off, possible higher fire risk and general high cost, I imagine they're involved in less accidents due to their safety features. So despite when there is a crash or whatever when the fix will cost a lot, the amount of claims will be profitable compared to the premiums Tesla will rake in.

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MrBrrrrrrrrt 4 points ago +4 / -0

Absolutely. It's one thing for an autopilot system for planes where the flight paths are uncongested and the chances of something suddenly appearing is practically zero. But on the ground, with unpredictable people, road signs, weird road systems and general potential hazards around every corner? Fuck that.

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MrBrrrrrrrrt 5 points ago +5 / -0

So you have to sit in the driver's seat, have your feet near the pedal, have your hands hovering over the wheel and be looking out for hazards and this is "full automation"? lol. I'll stick to my manual ICE thanks. The technology simply isn't there yet.

When I can "drive" to a bar, get hammered and then get in the back seat and have my car drive me home, then I would be interested. Honestly though, I don't foresee automated cars being available to consumers. Companies running taxi services perhaps. Just imagine the insurance implications for a regular person. You're sitting there reading a book or something with the car driving itself and then boom, accident. Imagine the investigations. The manufacturer trying to wriggle out of taking responsibility, your insurance company doing the same. It would be a nightmare.

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