And jury nullification is supposed to be for juries to nullify illegal laws (i.e. unconstitutional ones), not laws they might have a personal disagreement with.
The appeals process is how we overturn unconstitutional laws (Testing constitutionality is basically the Supreme Court's only job nowadays). Jury nullification is absolutely about overturning unjust laws whether the courts think they happen to be constitutional or not.
So what you're saying is change the laws.
You are wrong. It's Copyright Infringement, not stealing. Don't agree with that? Get Congress to pass a law saying the two are the same thing. Until then, I'll defer to the Supreme Court (see Dowling v. United States (1985))
if you'd been getting $1000/week, your UI would be ~ $620/week.
The maximum weekly benefits varies by State. From that point of view, your example would only work in Massachusetts. All other States max out way before that. http://jobsearch.about.com/od/unemployment/a/weekly-unemployment-benefits.htm
or just buy premade servers from dell or HP. they aren't that much more expensive, the drivers are certified to work and you get real support
...and you're guaranteed that every shipment will have radically different hardware, despite having identical model numbers.
Sad but true. It makes it a PITA when dealing with disk images from one server to another.
My problem lies in reconciling my gross habits with my net income. -- Errol Flynn Any man who has $10,000 left when he dies is a failure. -- Errol Flynn