>Google said Monday that its self-driving cars have been involved in 11 accidents over six years. In a blog post, the director of Google's self-driving car program described all the accidents as minor, with no injuries, over 1.7 million miles of driving.
Well as long as they can leave their insurance info, I think thats good enough.
Police in Kelheim said on Friday they had arrested a man who hoarded guns, ammunition and bomb-making material in a nuclear-proof family bunker he built fearing an attack by Russia.
I really don't see why that's a bad thing. Seems smart to me. But he should have had more food.
Holy hell! That's more guns than I've seen from gun nuts here in the US. I wonder how they caught him?
That an earthquake of magnitude 6.9 per 17 days occurred at a coast in the northeast in Japanese Honshuu, USA Geological Survey (USGS) made it clear.
The Korean comment to this news is as follows.
“It's very warm news, isn't it?”
“It was affected by a currency swap end of the Republic of Korea and Japan right away, wasn't it?”
“Don't write an article of seismic intensity less than 7 one by one.”
“An island with the necessity to clean beautifully once.”
“The same seismic intensity as March 11 of 4 years before, please.”
“Such wonderful news....
You say a currency swap stop of the Republic of Korea and Japan, and it's good speaking realization, isn't it?”
“Very good.... huhu... i want the more..hehe”
“The role of a Korean jetty is played faithfully.”
16th February 2015
Australians love their sport.
Australians also love a punt.
Right now, Australians love betting on greyhound racing, the sport based on pushing dogs to their limits.
With more than 40,000 races and more than 300,000 dogs running at tracks across the country each year, Australians are now wagering $4 billion a year on the sport. Prize-money has skyrocketed and greyhound racing is riding a wave of renewed popularity.
The message to punters is that the sport has cleaned-up and modernised; the welfare of animals is now at the forefront of the industry.
>President Francois Hollande urged his nation to remain united and vigilant ... "The threats facing France are not finished," Hollande said. "We are a free people who cave to no pressure."
Viva la France!
>A survey of writers around the world by the PEN American Center has found that a significant majority said they were deeply concerned with government surveillance, with many reporting that they have avoided, or have considered avoiding, controversial topics in their work or in personal communications as a result.
>The findings show that writers consider freedom of expression to be under significant threat around the world in democratic and nondemocratic countries. Some 75 percent of respondents in countries classified as “free,” 84 percent in “partly free” countries, and 80 percent in countries that were “not free” said that they were “very” or “somewhat” worried about government surveillance in their countries.
Tired of seeing threads with zero replies for one tiny story. This is a thread for stories not even worth a reply. Post crazy stories here. This is the place!
Official: Necrophilia motivated stepdad in killing
>Necrophilia motivated a man to fatally shoot his stepdaughter last month, according to a Pennsylvania prosecutor.
>Gregory Graf recorded himself sexually abusing the body of Jessica Padgett, Northampton County District Attorney John Morganelli said Friday. The video was discovered a day earlier on Graf's computer, the prosecutor said.
>Padgett, 33, was last seen alive on Nov. 21, when she left work at a day care center.
Oh thank my various gods it wasn't a kid. The only thing that could make this worse is child necrophilia...
Wheelchair-bound suspect arrested for murder in Oroville
> Fresno police have arrested a gang member suspected in a drug-related shooting death in Oroville.
>Yatee Her, 31, who uses a wheelchair, was identified from surveillance video of the November shooting, police said.
>On Friday, police arrested Her as he was being assisted into a car outside a house ... in southwest Fresno.
>Dustin Diamond, who played Screech on the 1990s TV show "Saved by the Bell," was charged Friday with stabbing a man during a bar fight on Christmas.
Wow, humans are such savage animals, I'm glad I'm one of the few to rise above it.
I, anon, hereby predict that by March 1 anyone looking at the S&P 500 will be able to see clearly that the bull market has ended.
If not I will admit to another anon that I am a moron.
Anonymously? That's shit. I want full self-doxx.
Oh for fuck's sake, 15 days between posts? Is this the best we can do? OP has probably committed suicide by now. To avoid full self-doxx. A threat made over a week after he killed himself...
ozawa is disliked by a Japanese
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Actual reason for the runaway Japanese feeling
Organizations in the United States equivalent to D.E.A
The crime can not process the information and disinformation abroad
I just happened.
Finishing [ all mass media of Japan ] of buying over of South Korea.
South Korea is fabrication, however a country which is not.
Probably, it is known even if it does not say the rest?
I've been writing from Japan
We want to be an American of great people and friends
Look at my website, and I think I want to know the Japan of that