As far as I can tell, both of you are making mountains out of molehills.
That being said (yes, I'm going to help with that mountain, let me pull a car analogy), if I said I have no interest in driving, you would fault me as a liar when I mean I have no interest in driving a semi and would love to drive a Shelby Cobra, so I kinda gotta side with i kan read on this one. I don't think you would go ahead and defend my example as imprecise so much as lying (I clearly have interest in driving, just not one specific style of it). She clearly wants to play games, just not shooters. I'm not a huge fan of shooters, so it's perfectly reasonable to me to think of being a gamer without playing shooters.
This isn't a "knee jerk" reaction, it's a logical statement.
It may be missed in this debate, but cameras should change the behavior of citizens also. If a moron is arrested, claims the usual 'brutality' defense, and is confronted with video that prejudices the judge or jury against them to the tune of some time in jail, perhaps they will stop short the next time and try not to pile on additional charges.
Well this point was made in the summary by the senator who wants this to be requiredso I doubt it's lost, just lost on
In between those two states, the other 48 fall in a positive correlation that, while not perfect, is quite undeniable. According to HSI's Edwin Ivanauskas, the correlation is stronger than that between household income and test scores, which have long been considered to be firmly connected to each other. The ACT scores were gathered from ACT.org, which has the official rankings and averages for the 2013 test, and the speed ratings were taken from Internet analytics firm Akamai's latest report.
... that one of them will find the successor of General Relativity in his goof-off time
Nah. This is the US Patent office, not the Swiss one.
If you use a 1 kHz ADC to measure a 1.1 kHz signal, what do you measure at 900 Hz?
450Hz. Just like, in your example of 1.1kHz measured by a 1kHz ADC, your measurement would be
Isn't it a part of Google's platform that their bots search through emails in your inbox? I could be wrong, but, as memory serves, it is the case that they do this to refine their ads. As such, why would it be surprising when their filters find nothing but stuff that they refuse to use for ads that a red flag would come up? This is not a still that would be in any movie considered acceptable (from my understanding from the summery) in America , nor in most civilized countries. As such, your Saw analogy is kind of a failure.
Aside from these small points, I agree with you.
If a 15 minute open refund period produced "obvious and intuitive consumer benefits" just think about what an hour could do.
Uhyou misread that. "15-minute open purchase window produced 'obvious and intuitive consumer benefits'" I doubt the FTC would be opposed to an open refund period...