today’s heroin crisis is different. While heroin use has climbed among all demographic groups, it has skyrocketed among whites; nearly 90 percent of those who tried heroin for the first time in the last decade were white.2. LA Times on the blimp from September:
And the growing army of families of those lost to heroin — many of them in the suburbs and small towns — are now using their influence, anger and grief to cushion the country’s approach to drugs, from altering the language around addiction to prodding government to treat it not as a crime, but as a disease.
How a $2.7 billion air-defense system became a 'zombie' program3. "Why is Cortana naked? Halo franchise director Frank O'Connor has an answer"
JLENS was billed as the answer to an ever-expanding list of threats, from cruise missiles to explosive-laden trucks. But the blimp-borne radar system has yet to perform as promised.
the devs have "backed into" the fiction to address her choice in clothing (or lack thereof)