...and it wants its HSM back!
Hierarchical storage systems, and hierarchical storage managers (HSMs) have been migrating lesser-used data to cheaper (and sometimes offline) storage for decades. So what's new about it, the use of contemporary yet inefficient Blueray discs?
Response 1: It was sales, and that's what they do.
Response 2: Even if he got $60K in California, it still means the transplant was getting screwed.
" I've seen a few WWII era rifles stamped "manufactured by IBM" or similar...that's because they needed to use the manufacturing capacity."
Oh god. I can imagine every 5th shell stamped with "This shell intentionally made blank."
38%? Are you sure?
"... Thursday's report, from the Center for the Study of the American Electorate, put 2012 voter turnout at 57.5% of all eligible voters." - http://www.abc15.com/dpp/news/national/election-results-2012-voter-turnout-lower-than-2008-and-2004-report-says
And the Bipartisan Research Center, clearly a liberal media tool, also reports 57.5%. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Voter_turnout_in_the_United_States_presidential_elections
I could go on. Oh, and finally, if only 20% voted for Obama, then by your stats only 18% voted for Romney. You weren't trying to imply 80% was against Obama, were you?
Going from 1 user to 3 users is indeed a growth rate of 200%, but relying on rate without quantity (measured in absolute units or market share percentage) means nothing.