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It won't mean much of anything once even the most basic screens exceed the retina display criteria.
1. some sort of google rank gaming
2. To evoke a negative feeling towards MyCleanPC
link chosen from google image search becasue you can get an idea of scale from the people standing beside the rover. http://news.cnet.com/8301-19514_3-20013071-239.html
Combining and recombining like a Japanese cartoon robot works best in cartoons. Sand and other realities would make it difficult to execute well on Mars
The app usually costs a whopping $49.99, but it’s currently on sale for $24.99, so get it while it’s hot.
or you know, don't.
1. Force of habit, if John Doe is used to running red lights since the junctions nearby are always empty he might plough into someone absentmindedly when at an unfamiliar junction.
2. Ambiguity, a red light is a red light, a “clear junction” is open to interpretation
I’m sure there are plenty of other reasons against the idea, but the above two seemed enough to me.