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What do you care who wins? They're doing it completely and totally without you. Same for sports. That's not your team. You just bought some of their marketing crap.
Some athletes will admit that they don't do "completely and totally without you". For a lot of athletes, it's far more enjoyable to play the game with 20,000 people cheering them on than it is to play in an empty arena. I don't know if it's quite as common in professional sports, but I've seen numerous college athletes acknowledge the fans and say how much they appreciate the support.
Courts have already agreed they have the authority, so I am not sure where you get your information from.
From that area between the lower back and the upper legs.
the FCC decided suddenly to substantially change the regulatory system for an established, massive market, bring in a huge swathe of new rules and regulations for existing major players.
Is this any different than when the telephone companies were first regulated? If not, I don't see how the courts can overturn this decision without completely getting rid of the common carrier regulations.
so a free market requires government regulation
What requires government regulation isn't a free market, it's a fair market. Some of us would argue that a fair market is more important than a free market for achieving the stated goals of capitalism.
I feel like an airship would be a lot more effective and safe for this purpose. Why doesn't anyone talk about that?
Unless the guy in charge of the project is named Cid, I don't see how it could ever work.
The USA Highway system was built in part by the distribution needs of corporations. But we are all free to drive our cars and motorcycles on it. Should we not have built the roads because a corporation was going to profit from it? It's called "development".
The highway system in the United States was built by the government for use by anyone, whether they're commercial entities or individuals. While companies may have gotten more direct benefit than individuals, all companies benefited, and individuals got the indirect benefits from all companies.
Will Facebook's drones be providing connections to the Internet, or just connections to Facebook?
It's been well over a decade since the weaknesses of RC4 have been widely disseminated. No surprises here.
The summary fails to mention (anyone surprised?) that this is where the name comes from. Apparently the flaws have been known for 13 years.
But all the other "offenses" were speech and had those other "offenses" not been considered offenses due to free speech, this would have simply been a fight.
Were the other offenses actual "Free Speech" issues (i.e. he expressed an opinion that his producers and/or a BBC executive didn't agree with) or were they instances of verbally assaulting someone like he did this time?
"ISIS Seen to be Destabilizing Force in Yemen - You won't believe what happened next!"
I refuse to bow down to the tyranny of the minority
Well, if you're going to play the Tyranny of the Minority card, let me counter by playing the Tyranny of small decisions card.