November 28, 2007

"This whole Taser concept has gone way too far, but we suppose it's better than mass murdering crowds of people."

Gizmodo picks up on the Taser flying saucer drone.

We were just talking about this last Sunday here.

11 comments:

rhhardin said...

Any dog can make short work of that disc for you.

Ann Althouse said...

I've deleted a couple posts by "dave™©" -- whom I suspect is an alias for someone already banned. dave™©, your time here is up. Do not post again. Any further posting will be regarded as harassment. I will delete everything you read unread. I ask others not to respond to him.

Shawn Levasseur said...

I keep thinking that the thing looks like a glorified clay pigeon.

I guess rioters will start bringing shotguns along with their gasmasks.

George said...

Sonic blasters, heat guns, and, uh, this, too.

Galvanized said...

Who would be able to buy those things? It's an assault device that can be used on groups of people. Just imagine the "fun" some diabolical mind could have with one of those at a parade, a concert, a zoo. I would wear a double-layer rubber undersuit everywhere as a foil. LOL Hey, Under Armor, there's an idea! :)

reader_iam said...

Law enforcement as a video game. Woo hoo!! Wheeeeeeee!

Again I say: ugh. I like this not at all.

Fen said...

Ann: dave™©, your time here is up. Do not post again. Any further posting will be regarded as harassment. I will delete everything you read unread. I ask others not to respond to him.

Thank you.

Fen said...

You should get that software that Instapundit was reporting the SF Chronicle had on its comment page. Banned posters could still post, but their comments only showed up on their own computer.

Revenant said...

Blogger would have to do that, Fen. Ann doesn't control the posting software here.

Palladian said...

"Ann doesn't control the posting software here."

She could! But alas....

Fen said...

I've used software that allows you to click an "ignore" button on a posters name. All future posts by him show up blank. Known trolls disappear at the mere prospect that their words will cause them to be "deleted" from most viewers pages.

Why can't Blogger incorporate this feature?