But seriously, any video ad on YouTube that is longer than 30 seconds should have "click to skip" after the first 5 seconds.
They do. I believe it's a 15-second mandatory; any longer and it's "skip after five seconds."
None of the answers satisfy the question.
For example, it is common knowledge that stars are made mostly of hydrogen and helium, which they then fuse to make heavier elements. We can disprove that. If we suddenly find a star that is made mostly of, say, neon, then we rewrite the science books and say that stars are now made of either H and He or just a bunch of Ne. We can't do that about a religion. We can't test it. Therefore, there will never be a scientific answer. It is scientifically null.
Facebook has a sort of "social monopoly." (I'm not talking about money.) Many people use it, and for them, it's the only way to stay in touch with certain people. There is just no other place to go that is so widely used and so accessible. So I ask you:
Where do you send the people who are tired of Facebook? Google+? It's not used enough. Only 10 of my acquaintances use Google+ while all of my acquaintances, friends, best friends, family, and love interests are on Facebook.
We're in an era where sending letters, paper or electronic, just isn't as efficient as social media. We're in an era where phone conversations require a purpose to be socially acceptable. People choose giving others read permission to their facebook timelines over more sensitive data like a phone number or house address for a variety of reasons. (Also why the debit card is making checks obsolete: cards don't carry your house address or account number like checks do. Which would you rather give someone?)
So tell me, what would you have them do? Demand real customer service or be cut off from their social life? Do you have a solution to the social media monopoly or are you just going to sit here and insult those who complain that companies don't do what they say they will? ("Stop bitching about Facebook, and get a life." ~OP)
But the thing is, you cannot change the nature of Vegas. Vegas is pushing sexual messages all the time, 24/7 into every nook and cranny.
Respectfully, it is the men who own the companies and run the city that push those messages, not the vague concept of "Vegas."
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