By the time the bureaucrats finish, less than $1 will be available to split amongst all us wronged consumers.
Some people don't have a broadband connection to support streaming media. It is a lot cheaper to rent a DVD or three each month than to support a broadband connection. It doesn't make them crazy.
Some people watch movies and other things that aren't available on streaming, but are available on DVD. It doesn't make them crazy.
Now, it is true that there are a lot of crazy people who don't have a broadband connection. And there are a lot of crazy people who watch movies and other things that aren't available on streaming. But that doesn't imply that renting DVDs is proof of being crazy.
It may just be a symptom!
The military is the biggest part of the US budget? Gee.... our government disagrees with that, according to the budget they publish.
Total defense spending, 22%. Pensions, 25%. Healthcare 27%.
And this does NOT include Social Security or Medicare (separate funds, they keep telling us).
Each of the people whose research the book used came up with their own interpretation of the data they collected. In each case, their conclusions are based upon what data they collected, and not what others collected.
An interesting comparison would be for those same people to review the SUM of the data Wade used (since they have access to it), and publish THEIR conclusions. Don't just say, "My research does not support that!", because you might not have been looking at N factors that other researchers looked at.
... the college education included acquiring the desire to move to such places?
Personally, I don't consider places like NYC or SF to be desirable places to live. "Clean air"? "Low crime?" "Better schools?" Certainly, compared to other "cities of size". But, to me, the choice isn't limited to which "big city" to live in. And those criteria work to exclude larger cities, in my opinion.
By having a stellar array of really cool apps! Not lame ones, like Facebook or Twitter.
It is a fundamental principle in the United States that, unless something is illegal, it is legal. Regulations, therefore, should enumerate what makes something illegal, not what makes it legal. To do otherwise prohibits the possibility of inventing better ways to do something, until/unless the regulations are modified to allow it.
The problem within the FAA is that they have regulations that work both ways. In most cases, they tell you what you CANNOT do to remain legal, in others, they tell you what you MUST DO to remain legal.
... to copy their backup of the data...
... infer use mood! I thought it was interfere with user mood.... That's got lots of prior computer art....
Why would you want to risk getting attacked by PETA and other animal rights organizations by doing testing on animals? Heck, you can't even shampoo a dog without someone getting upset!
... but people still end up at the sites trying their damnest to log in
You mean there are people out there that don't take advantage of those sites to poison their data, by submitting hundreds of bogus "logins" via a script?!?
... and exposing one or two occasionally makes people THINK that someone is looking out for the interests of the public. It makes it easier to hide the rest!
In most parts of the country, cities lament that people LIVE in the suburbs, and only WORK in the city, robbing them of the property taxes they need to support the crumbling social and economic infrastructure, causing a collapse in property values (Detroit is a perfect example, but other large cities have the same issues).
In California, when people make an effort to LIVE in the city, paying all those higher taxes and propping up all that social and economic infrastructure, they're protested for harming the poor by keeping the property values from collapsing.
Face facts, people - you can't have it both ways. If you don't want those middle-income people keeping your neighborhoods from turning into crack houses, you shouldn't complain when the landlords don't have to put up with any deadbeat who feels like squatting in their buildings.
Unlawful restraint and intimidation are forms of violence. Or are you of the opinion that violence only involves physical injury?
No, just unlike them on FB.... Pure torture for some of these people!