Count on this machine to provide the groomed landscape you've always imagined.
It can adapt to all the varying mowing conditions it meets.
Cybergeddon, the new online “digital thriller” that debuts the first three of its nine 10-minute chapters today on Yahoo! Of course, that just places it in the long, rich tradition of deeply stupid hacking-driven thrillers.
The jargon may be more up-to-date, and the computer graphics may be snazzier, but Cybergeddon still very much depicts a world where hacking is essentially magic, and, in the hands of a select few super geniuses, any laptop or smartphone is a magic wand.
At this point, it seems almost churlish to expect anything different from this subgenre—and honestly, if Cybergeddon were an entirely authentic depiction of modern cybercrime, it would likely be deathly boring.
The hacking premise is ridiculous, but it could also be a lot of fun if handled with the right touch of self-awareness.
The problem is with everything else that makes up the story: implausible plot twists that rely on everyone who isn’t the heroine acting like a complete moron, dialogue that veers between clichéd and cringe-worthy, and shameless product placement to end all shameless product placement.
Cybergeddon casts Missy Peregrym, best known for her roles on the reasonably fondly remembered Reaper and ABC’s Canadian import summer cop show Rookie Blue, as Chloe Jocelyn, a one-time hacker who is now a career-driven agent in the FBI’s cybercrime division.
All hell breaks loose when the most fearsome cybercriminal she’s ever encountered breaks out of a Czech prison.
Unsurpassed visibility provides panoramic trimming as you mow, with precise handling of intricate landscaping.
Grasshopper True Zero Turn™ mowers give you the highest quality cut available, and keep you on schedule with a nationwide dealer network for convenient service and parts availability.