Copayments are more likely to get you to go to the doctor/dentist on a regular basis for checkups and equalize the price in services from differing providers. You can go where you like (in general) and still pay the same price. How many people are driving around in vehicles that should have had the oil changed thousands of miles ago? Money spent on preventative medicine (including regular checkups) has a massive return.
Someone rapes your daughter? Fsck the courts, hunt down and kill the bastard!
On topic, some sick fuck out there running around taking upskirt photos in public places? Yep, a couple good solid right hooks to the face by every male around would do wonders to curb such socially-deviant behavior.
You need 4 devices, I can use 1.
(ok, so I really have 4+ as well, but I could and usually do collapse down to 1 or 2, usually the nexus 7 and my cell phone)
I got a cover for it, so it's pretty easy to tell which side is up. And even then, Android is pretty good at screen rotation, even if upside down.
The reasons I upgraded were pretty simple, but two best reasons are that the new one has T-Mobile LTE on it (the old one was Wifi only) and I bought both for less than the cost of a comparable iPad (even mini).
I'm wondering, if you wanted a 7" tablet, why you didn't buy an iPad mini instead?
I need to think more before posting. My wife has the iPad mini (not the air, though I understand they have the same size). Anyway, the mini is too wide to easily hold in one hand for reading in bed/bus/car/anywhere. The Nexus is about the largest I'd want to go for something I'm going to be using for hours at a time.
What do you think my 2012 Nexus is going to be doing?
Oh, and I'm biased because I've been using Android since the OG Droid, on my 4th Android phone now.
But I have both an iPad and a Nexus 7, both new as of about 6 months ago. The Nexus is getting a lot more use by me on a day-to-day basis because it's the form factor of a kindle, fits in my jacket pocket and is easy to hold, read, and play games on.
The iPad is mostly collecting dust unless I want to watch Netflix, TiVo, or Amazon Prime videos on it. It's a much larger screen but it makes it a bit unwieldy to easily hold. My wife has the air. I think it's still a bit too wide to easily carry with you, but she likes it.
As for the Surface tablets, I finally got a good chance to look at them last week. They're much bulkier than I was expecting.
I thought Americas priority was subsidizing Monsanto, Exxon and helping out all those starving billionaires
Nobody else in
Except I still have a decent understanding of how the US economy works and you haven't been able to retute any of my specific points, and you're still rather ignorant. So who really won?
I must say, your lack of intellect is truly stunning.
Only if she uses the safeword.
Every government forces its citizens to pay taxes in the local currency. You seem to be taking two separate issues (the economic output of the US, which is not always in dollars given the huge amount of exports we have) with US tax policy and...I don't know...confusing them?