Hell, in an ideal world...make the contractors more cautious when promising stuff because what they'd say could be held against them later on.
All I can say is that I have dealt with sales people who are very, very good about carefully wording what they will and won't do. If you think that won't just get more in-house lawyers writing memos about "better" double-speak, well I think you'd be the one rudely surprised.
If you kill him to do it, then explain that at your trial, I guarantee you'll succeed.
That counts as SEO manipulation and violates Google's TOS. They'll be forced to put you down, but more news stories will come up about the novelty of it. Google will implode.
Potential for the most interesting Wiki article, ever.
Fire. Kill it with fire.
I intended this comment to get Funny upvotes... then I read it back and wanted to put Insightful. That's a sad commentary on our system.
You do realize, that they already sent copies of the hard drives across the ocean to the States. And no matter what that NZ judge says... Kim is already guilty according to our most important citizens - business. This is data they had no right (literally) to take. He's a dick - but they're worse.
What I would really like to see is a OS usage on a per hour basis. I bet we would see Windows (due to being used for business and on most home pcs) pull even farther ahead, simply because there's no way I'm on my phone or my iPad as much as my work laptop.
It can accurately report when people are watching programs for free - which is apparently an unintended side effect of home entertainment.
400 Androids (seems high... might be less in the US, I was lazy)
130 iPhones running iOS
a handful of feature phones and a smattering of MS Phones
And you'll find your ratios balanace out *much* more than they used to.
Source:Hint: It didn't always look like this.
1st man on the moon...
You are dead to me, ArcadeMan. Dead to me.
Which is the LHC equivalent of saying: you're the other muon in a Bs meson. Or something.