Fuck 'em. I don't know who to consider dumber - Comcast, or any of their customers who fall for this again.
That's my answer to "global warming".
See "Zetetic Astronomy", which contains a number of proofs that it's not a globe.
"They" have their work cut out for them, but of course, they placed one in the first classroom we were ever in, thus indoctrinating us before our critical thinking skills kicked in.
 -- They talk a lot, don't they. -- Pulp Fiction
Except I'm sure Ehrman would agree that the traditional idea is not that we have the original texts, but rather that that is modern fundamentalist view.
It is not known whether Muhammad was illiterate or not.
Gerhard Boewering (2008) "Recent research on the construction of the Qur'an" in Gabriel Said-Reynolds (ed.), The Qur'an in Its Historical Context, Routledge: p. 70-87.
Sebastian Guenther (2002), "Muhammad, the Illiterate Prophet: An Islamic Creed in the Qur'an and Qur'anic Exegesis" Journal of Qur'anic Studies. Volume 4, Issue 1, Page 1-26
Heh. How many times did I hand-edit win.ini?
I might be tempted into splurging and finding out if Top Ramen is any better than regular Ramen though.
You could pay to have that looked into.
The logic behind my words: that AC post has an IP address associated with it in Slashdot's database. If "jcr" decides to sue, his attorney will be able to obtain that IP address. From the IP address they can determine the ISP, and can then legally obtain the customer who had the IP address on 2015-08-29 17:39.
I agree the AC's words are worth little and are dishonest. I disagree that interacting with fools is a useless endeavor, in other words, I won't ignore ACs merely because they refuse to identify themselves. There is no true anonymity, anyway, as I described above.
How many NASA managers does it take to screw in a lightbulb? "That's a known problem... don't worry about it."