there fore, is it logical to assume that people who cannot understand math cannot understand logic (or vice-versa).
its an interesting viewpoint that i can logically relate to. sadly, logic is not taught below the college level, which I feel is a great travesty; that people have to wait so long to learn something so simple and yet so profound.
I also logically know my grammar is not good, and that a travesty in itself.
Id enjoy getting my teaching cert in order to teach logic to high school or middle school kids.
instead of cable companies cutting back on the internet that we love.
why not cut back on the 200+ channels of stupid stuff we never watch but are forced to pay for each month as part of our 'satellite and or cable plan' which offers a multitude of useless shows and entire channels.
think of the money and bandwidth they would save.
I wouldnt mind paying for metered bandwidth, IF it was a 2 way street. so If I wanted to only pay for showtime, tnt, the weather channel, the history channel and the discovery channel, that would be my bill every month for these channels. THEN I would not mind paying for metered bandwidth.
Give and take is a 2 way street.
how ever, us giving them our money and them taking away our service doesnt work.
this has been flawed for a long time, they keep shoving these changes down our throats, and we continue to let them.
and we wonder why the economy is screwed. because were a nation of enabilist consumers who enable consumption.