Soldiers already have first strike rations which can be eaten on the move.
People pissing off ISIL/ISIS or interfering with non-public operations are a problem for states that are doing their own things officially. When you've got private citizens scamming them like this you wind up with lots of little bullseyes antagonizing ISIL which might provoke a reprisal of some kind.
What we really need to do with all these non-state and semi-state actors like ISIL and Al Qaeda is start issuing letters of marque again. "You want to pick a fight with these guys? Go have it at. Follow these rules and understand you're on your own or we'll come after you ourselves."
You're trying to paint cause and effect as a vicious circle when really it's management and shareholders trying to squeeze blood from a stone and then bitching when their hand hurts.
App gasbuddy no longer has permission to do fuck all.
So what you're saying is you're selling a useless overpriced miniature screen that's been outdated for over a decade instead of a genuine augmented reality product?
Exactly what I came here to post. Fiat-Chrysler reported a net income of about six times this fee for three months alone. This isn't a fine, it's a tiny insignificant operating expense.
And the overwhelming majority of the people that are working are not in that position.
Daemonik is arguing against somebody who's couching an argument against regulating industries for the safety of consumers in a false air of liberty and freedom. Drinkypoo tried to classify Daemonik's rebuttal of an extremist libertarian/republican "corporations shouldn't have to follow laws" position with claims it was a false dichotomy.
Yes, they can. There's nothing stopping a company from replacing an employee but its a lot more difficult for an employee to replace their employer.
Your logical fallacy is the False Compromise. When someone wants to cut off someone else's arm the second person is not being unreasonable when they refuse to settle on having their arm cut off at the elbow instead, nor are they making a false dichotomy by pointing out the non-evil choice is not cutting off people's arms.
Companies can fire anyone at any time. People can't simply hire themselves into any position at any time.
Don't forget lying and misleading answers. Wu was flat out given hundreds of thousands of dollars by her parents to start her "company" and uses her patreon to buy expensive motorcycles.
That's exactly the problem... nobody goes to jail. Start jailing board members and executives and shit will change REAL fast.
No, they really don't. The whole point is that critic reviews are if anything incredibly shallow, essentially little more than hipsterish circlejerks.