you did, in fact, say this:
When you're sick enough to (feel you) need medication, stay at home. Don't spread germs all over the workplace / auditorium / public mass transport.
Nice idea, but almost useless....
which is quite clearly false. staying home while you are sick is far from useless, it very clearly does cut down on the amount of germs you are spreading by a large margin. you cannot completely eliminate the spread of germs, but you can affect it greatly, and should do so.
because that is the temperature for their optimum growth, derf. higher temperatures = slower growth rate. (for the vast majority of germs that you have to worry about infecting you)
bah, one day of germs is less than 3 days of germs. html encoding ftw
so since you have spread the infection for one day, before you were showing symptoms, you might as well go ahead and spread it for several more days afterwards?
horsehockey. one day worth of germs 3 days worth of germs.
stay at home when you are sick.
perhaps if you had given us the question, but not the answer, you could have motivated us to seek it ourselves. but by not even giving the correct question, you really aren't going to accomplish anything at all except annoy people who otherwise might have been interested in your point.
well, don't leave us hanging. after all that pontification, you could have at least given us the right question, and the answer, and the evidence to back it up! jeez!
grooveshark is always being sued, it's a running joke. they have dodged everything so far, and will continue to do so for the foreseeable future. they are operating in the same murky grey area that youtube has done for ages - the songs are user-uploaded, so the DMCA protects them from copyright issues as long as they cooperate with takedown notices. so the copyright owners end up playing an endless game of whack-a-mole.
451 is appropriate, as others in this thread have pointed out. 4xx indicates client is trying to access something that cannot be served to them, for whatever reason.
403 for instance is an access denied message - "this content is here, but you aren't allowed to see it"
5xx indicates server errors. in the case of blocked content, there is no server error. you just aren't allowed to see the content you are requesting, so the comparison to 403 is incredibly appropriate.
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ok, if you put your two posts together, you now have a complete valid argument in defense of the 5th.
out of all the comments i have read in this thread, you are the ONLY person who has produced what may be a valid argument. congrats to you sir, you win the prize. everyone else so far has been a bumbling fuckwit or kneejerk reactionist.
how is this a good thing? the person just stole a car, and you are getting your knickers in a bunch because he might get arrested for it? he STOLE A CAR! he SHOULD get arrested for it! your scenario in no way defends the fifth, in fact it is an argument against it!