That's pretty optimistic, look at cell phones before the iPhone, look at digital music, etc. Steve pushed his people to make things he thought were visionary. Basically you'd have the same boring stuff repeated, like we do now after his death.
Well youtube isn't allowed to host most movies.
A lot of networks that have streaming online show ads too.
Why bothering replying to a AC how can't use the internet?
Many younger people are rebelling against their parents now by not getting tattoos. So many adults have tattoos that it's the norm, and that's "not cool."
They also don't get promoted as quickly as their counterparts flying inside of planes.
Most jobs in the US military never involve carrying a weapon. The US army is a huge organization where many never get deployed or see combat.
Clearly it's 1 foot 425%
http://korea-dpr.com/kfa_trave... because what they show you and how they treat you as a visitor seems pretty nice from all the documentaries I've seen.
You are correct
Reboots and franchise expansions are what pays though.
I'm sorry, it was passed in 68, but only applied to future directors. Hoover died in 72.
Technically it wasn't the FBI until later while Hoover was already in charge of the predecessor Bureau of Intelligence.
Well after Hover died they passed a law limiting the term of the Director of the FBI.
When the US Government started letting companies use terms of service as a defense that normal citizens couldn't beat.