i’ll go ask the pope of fame.
happy queensday everyone.
blogging has taken over my computer.it now wants a lettuce.
my system crahed!
excuse lulu…..from tinkering.
Recently the Federal Aviation Administration released a list of 63 authorized sites at which the military, government agencies, towns, universities, and other entities can launch unmanned drones within American borders. These domestic launch sites are located in 20 states — including one for a small college in Steubenville, Ohio.
Our inability to police our borders is cited as justification for use of drone aircraft by the Border and Customs Patrol and the military; the advocates argue that we need the monitoring to enhance our security. Then, as those initial uses become rationalized and accepted, “drone creep” occurs, and more agencies and entities discover a purported need for the devices and the ability to monitor the population from the skies.
The reality is that we are an increasingly monitored society, whether it is through the use of unmanned drones or security cameras mounted on the corners of buildings or cameras…
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chip it perilli.
thirty years of hard labour in the xxx-prison.