Add to this that many child molesters are not pedophiles and things get even messier. A lot of child molestations are basically rape: acts of anger, domination and ownership, especially when committed by new step-parents.
So a customer 'bought' a busted phone. Not getting updates is one of the downsides. Buy unlocked or from a different carrier.
Freedompop also offers free service. 200 mins/mo, 500 text and 500mb of data. Free. As in zero ($) dollars.
I picked up a cheap iphone 4s (sprint), activated it on FP and it is decent. It doesn't do great on the move (driving), but stationary, the voice quality isn't bad. Data speeds are around 1mbps +/- 500mbps.
Their app also offers a similar free service via an app (wifi only) sans data (for obvious reasons).
I think I'm one of the two who bought from Amazon. I don't care if you put it up for free. If it really bugs you that much, take the two bucks and give it to the next homeless person you see, or in the tip jar somewhere, or whatever. (Actually, I thought I said before that you could do that
Charging for caller ID on landlines is a scam (like pretty much everything about telecommunications billing), but I've never seen cell phone service without caller ID.
I'm guessing you're not old enough to have ever had analog cell-phone service. I don't recall if caller ID was even offered as an add-on service, but I know I didn't have it with my phone and my service. Vibrating call alert and an 8-character dot-matrix alphanumeric LED readout (so you could attach names to the phone numbers stored in memory!) were expensive enough.
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moot is now free to join Sherrod DeHippo in obscurity.
Gleaming the Cube
SURE there was... And I bet they found it on the moon, too. Geez. Crazy talk.
In my state, they have to post a surety bond or have a certain amount of liquid assets or something along those lines in order to offer their services.
Humble Bundle per-platform stats would disagree. Linux users tend to pay the most, followed by OSX users, with Windows users in the rear.
I bet starving people would pay more for a meal than a fatted American like myself.
They aren't bad at all. While I won't say they are "great", I enjoyed watching them and they certainly weren't a waste of my time.
They are having layout issues right now. I've seen this before. They fix it eventually. As long as the archives remain untainted, intact, and accessible, it's all good.
You forgot the scare quotes around the word "fix".
...and Linux has software to play blu-ray discs?
Yes. Technically, MakeMKV is a ripper, not a player, but once you have a disc ripped, you can play the ripped file with the player of your choice: VLC, mplayer, etc. You can also stream it over your network, transcode it to take less space, etc.
2. The Cube (movie)
3. Tardis Siege Mode
4. Lament Configuration
5. Weighted Companion Cube
6. Borg Cube
7. The Inhibitors (Revelation Space)