jfitzpatrick — 2014-05-10T13:40:01-04:00 — #1
ortzinator — 2014-05-11T02:30:52-04:00 — #2
I believe the transporter was also invented because filming with the shuttle was too expensive.
tomamitai — 2014-05-11T13:25:43-04:00 — #3
Most broadcasters also belonged to the National Association Of Broadcasters, which had a code that set up acceptable programming standards for its members, issuing them a "seal of good practice". It also used to limit the amount of commercials stations could run per hour. That part of the code was thrown out after the U.S. justice department said it violated anti-trust laws.
swtracey7 — 2014-05-12T07:07:57-04:00 — #4
The hypospray which I think had another name was used in the 1960's in the military. I remember going through a line in Basic Training, getting injected with different ( I think it was) medications. Being the government, you can never tell if they are experimenting on you or doing something that is good for you.
jackrock — 2014-05-12T10:11:52-04:00 — #5
It's still being used. I was in from '96 to '03, and they were using them all the way through. A few friends of mine who entered BCT after I got out told me they they were still being used.
jfitzpatrick — 2014-05-20T13:40:13-04:00 — #6
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