Oversimplification: Windows Firefox Download is 22.9MB and the SeaMonkey download is 23.3MB. And SeaMonkey has better default configuration options. And tries to maintain a normal semblance of configurable preferences without the go away shoo tactics of the about:config area 51. And has a suite of a few other programs. And doesn't have that nasty google smell. But OMG it must be so bloated!
My take is that SeaMonkey is a breath of fresh air. A reminder that you are using a real computer instead of a wannabe tablet.
so they don't even have to pretend to appoint fair judges
Fair Judges? Those same fair judges that the Chamber of Commerce chooses for us? Or those fair judges that get kicked out once called "activist judges" for making otherwise perfectly normal decisions that some member of the "business" community hates? Tell me again who the highest bidder is? This stuff isn't trying to read tea leaves...
(Didn't post this yesterday because offtopic...)
Oh and lots and lots of doctors aren't taking Obamacare, same for hospoitals. So much so that there is already talk of legislation forcing doctors to take it.
Why couldn't they have such legislation? There is already this legislation in place forcing the plebs to buy this thing from companies.
Your analogy is horrible. This is like someone paying to bowl, with a robot, and then getting strikes all the time. They can run around saying they bowled a 300, you just have to ignore them. WoW worlds _are_ shared, so the bowling alley is obviously not a good analogy. In this case though, why should the bowling alley owner care that people are showing up and paying to bowl w/ their toy robots? It wrecks the high score list sure, deal with it.
All this said, I agree that you tarnish WoW by allowing bots... but they tarnish WoW in other ways than that and people still play. I however have quit. Paying ~$15 a month, for me, isn't worth it.
Kid having a tantrum in the store because you won't buy Fruit Sugar Pops cereal? Take the kid home and spank him, then leave him home with mommy or daddy, and do that EVERY TIME he misbehaves at the store. He will learn quickly not to do it.
Buy the little brats a container of oatmeal like it is 1932, or 2013, and teach them some real life lessons. Better yet take the time to make your own granola, show them how to do it and clean up afterwards. If they won't help, then - of course - just feed them the oatmeal while you eat the delicious granola.
It goes beyond that. Some complaints are legitimate, but things like this are just gaming the system:
Finally, multinationals that invert have an easier time achieving “earnings stripping,” a tax maneuver in which an American subsidiary is loaded up with debt to offset domestic earnings, lowering the effective tax rate paid on sales in the United States.
Most people do not know any of the details of these kinds of operations and so we all must just trust our benevolent job creators. As long as Obama has GE sitting at the table when he calls businesses in to talk about tax reform it'll never go anywhere significantly better for us the little men.