What is missing from your analysis is that the number who don't vote because they hate the current system make up more people than vote for either party currently.
What is an illegal activity? Is Snowden competent to determine that something is illegal when numerous judges and lawyers have determined that it is legal?
On another note, Fox news only has a lying issue in the opinion section, which is because it allows people to spout off whatever opinion they have. The opinion section even allows liberals to speak! This is why they were able to get out of the lawsuit, as the person who said something provably untrue was speaking their own opinion, and it was made clear that it was opinion at the time.
The distinction the AC is trying to make that you seem to be missing is:
Broadcast runs over radio waves
Cable runs over a coax cable from a cable company.
Fox and CNN are cable news, ABC, CBS and NBC are broadcast news. The two categories are regulated in a different manner, for instance, cursing and nudity are banned things on broadcast, but are allowed on cable (at least certain classes of cable, which is where HBO, Cinimax, etc comes from).
there surge pricing can get to insane levels
Where is there?
Well, I would rather the republicans collecting taxes to pay for the military, which is in the constitution, to the democrats who force you at gunpoint to pay for all those people who don't feel like working cause working is hard.
I believe CanadianMacFan was stating that the sporting events and concerts would automatically cause the normal surge pricing, but unusual events would alert a human to deal with the issue to make sure Uber doesn't look like profiteering jerks. What they did with giving away the rides for free in Sydney was a nice thing to do to gain positive press, but if it had alerted a human, they could have told the software to keep the pricing normal and not cause a surge.
If you were talking about Florida, Louisiana, and that area, sure, makes perfect sense to blame them when another storm hits. New Jersey doesn't exactly get that many storms. Living in Maryland, I can remember three hurricanes, one went right up the Chesapeake and pushed a 12 foot storm surge up the bay, it flooded the whole inner harbor. This is not normal, the other two hurricanes just dropped a lot of rain.
Areas to the north don't get slammed by hurricanes so often, so codifying hurricane proof housing isn't exactly a priority. Plus, how do you codify a house able to withstand a high tide 12 feet above normal? Most of these coastal regions are around a foot above high tide.
Just FYI, as the discussion started here; the reusable cups don't work with the Keurig 2.0 coffee makers.
The biggest example of this is all the perpetual motion patents they get, and approve.
Well, it is an Intranet now...
I can see it now...Japan would have Veritech fighters and other battle robots within a year.
So, even after learning that it is a banned item, you tried to carry (presumably a second pair as the first were confiscated) a pair of pliers a second time?
And only Republicans make a political strategy out of it.
I don't know about that...Democrats make a political strategy out of tossing more handouts to the "poor people" in order to get their vote. They make a political strategy out of racism just as much. Democrats also love to toss out the immigration talk to encourage the Hispanic vote, but they do just as little on the immigration issue as the Republicans.
Note how there is no way to do experiments in climate science. Now, you can run models, and they can be closer or farther from the actual, but actually running an experiment...nope.