We have about 10 where I work. Dev team of about 200 overall. So they are a small percentage, but clearly not mythical.
A poorly defined plan is bad by definition. It doesn't meet the core requirements of 'plan'.
I dont see one good solution here.
How about going home?
He requested a good solution. If you don't understand the obvious ways in which that won't work
Or even that using drones instead of soldiers kills less civilians. Care to guess how many civilians die if we have to invade Pakistan with the army instead of calling in a drone? The historical ratio for conventional military invasion is something like 100 times worse in terms of killing civilians.
I think your unstated assumption that this would increase empathy for the victims is mistaken. Higher realism in games has been on a pretty consistent trend of reducing empathy for the victims.
Than all other forms of combat. If we're going to kill terrrorists, there's no less civilian killing way to do it (currently).
Well, no, 'your property' is pretty much the opposite of 'public'.
They really wouldn't. Random hookups at a bar rarely involve a person who has sex with more than a dozen or so partners per year. The really good prostitutes could push a thousand.
No threat of bodily harm is the main problem. That threat is present in virtually all prostitution, even the kind where the threat is kept secret from the johns.
So since drinking lots of alcohol is legal and driving a car is legal then drink driving should be legal? Voltaire is correct but the absurdity here is your argument.
Drinking is legal. Driving is legal. Having had drinks prior to driving is also legal, up to a limit. That's because after that limit you're a danger to yourself and also society. How is having sex a danger to society?
Well, the most obvious answer would seem to be spread of disease.
Or stuffing someone in a large room
Stuffing animals is legal but there are laws against taxidermy on people.
I wondered why that wasn't a more popular choice than burial or cremation. TMYK, thanks!
Maybe you should try publicly assaulting someone in the US where violence is OK, and compare how those things turn out.
If you don't know, I really recommend having sex. Or maybe sex with a more skilled partner.
Prostitution is controlled on a state by state basis in the US, it is NOT universally illegal. The separation of powers between states and federal government is a big deal here that burns a lot of court $$$ in figuring out who gets to decide what.