Unheard of, a shocking allegation- and they are held to the highest standards of all, never have they been treated as a special case...
I predict a core UKIP policy will be banning robot cars
Beating then off with a frame pump
On that^ note I have decided that a 1655 "Steve" from 1976 is the way to go.
Rolling back the software is easy enough, it's just annoying. However, it is not nearly as annoying as realising that Garmin Connect has updated the software again.
Given the sheer size of a decent rowing machine I think using them at the gym is the best solution, unless you have either a pretty big house or an outbuilding you could put one in.
Also you can wrap zip-ties around the wires, said zip ties will need to be curled up to go in the frame tube, and will uncurl against the inner side of the tube, holding the wires still. In theory.
When I bought a new build I then spent the next 6 months getting stuff fixed, or stuff which was meant to have been installed, installed.
You make money off the deal almost immediately, but I would not do it again.
Could you not mandate triple-redundancy in the flight systems and automate the whole thing?
The pilot appears to be the vulnerability in the current system.
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