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Whandall

Ah, this is obviously some strange usage of the word 'safe' that I wasn't previously aware of. (D.Adams)

ardly

Strapping a bag full of electronics onto a "Denial of SERVICE DOG" might compromise the health of the dog if people can see LEDs and wires.

God creating animals, starting with kittens;

God: Make them cute, fluffy and adorable.
Angel: That is so sweet.
God: Put razor blades on their feet.

God creating dogs;
God: Hey these turned out rather good, I'm going to want all of these back at some point.

I read a book recently "Dogs of War" by Adrian Tchaikovsky. It takes weaponised animals, namely Rex, Honey, Dragon and Bees, to a new level. Enjoyable and thought provoking read.

"Facts do not cease to exist because they are ignored" - Aldous Huxley

Delta_G

I like how he basically says " I had an idea and don't know how to code but a bunch of people on the forums wrote it for me. 

I think I remember seeing something on here at one point on here about a cat wandering around pinging wifi.  Wonder if it was the same guy
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ardly

I like how he basically says " I had an idea and don't know how to code but a bunch of people on the forums wrote it for me.  

I think I remember seeing something on here at one point on here about a cat wandering around pinging wifi.  Wonder if it was the same guy
I think you are right, it probably was him. Although he got a lot of help I think he put a fair bit of work in himself. I liked the bit were he finally got it working after months of effort and discovered that the cat only wlaked round its own yard :)
"Facts do not cease to exist because they are ignored" - Aldous Huxley

Nicholas_Martin

I enjoyed the video too, though didn't understand the 50% of it.

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