The rational reason not to, at least in the case of the man in Kentucky, is that it was illegal to do so. This whole story does little more than to illustrate why shooting at them is a poor solution to the problem, and you're not helping.
Yep, I can remember all the way back to 2013!
Hollow. But I doubt you are that dumb. Seriously, you've been beaten over the head with it. If you need me at this point... well it's your shame, not mine.
Google gives me free search, free e-mail, free calendar, free maps, etc. etc. in return for tracking what I do and selling that information to marketers....
I'm ok with this deal, it was made willingly.
You're paying with long-term data for short-term service. Google will one day shut down GMail yet they will still have all of your data to do with as they please. I doubt you considered that when you committed to it and now you cannot undo it.
I will, however, retract at least part of my statement if you tell me that you didn't start using Google services until after the Snowden revelations.
Heh. I remember a friend of mine over at a Linux-only shop would get mad because I'd send him links to videos often they'd cause his browser to crash.
If these people are as dumb as you say and, presumably, you're well above them, then I don't need to.
Sort of. I'm actually not a fan of Steam, and their fans are ignorantly spreading the word that DRM is okay for permenant purchases. Despite all that, those fans know something you don't. In light of that level of moronism, your original statement was dumb in a painful sort of way.
So it's extra embarrassing for you that they don't see your phantom irony.
Escape one monopolist by flocking to another? I guess the irony in that is lost on most Steam fans.
That's because the 'Steam fans' know more than you.
I don't see the problem with that.
posted from my Android phone.
Everyone knows automobiles were endowed by the Creator with inalienable rights to have everyone get out of the fucking way.
The creator also endowed automobiles with headlights, seatbelts, turn signals, stoplights, and on the seventh day, traffic laws.
Once email is working again I'll send them an e-card.
No, there isn't. Perhaps if the drone had a weapon of some sort self-defense might apply.
Note to mods: He meant Bush.
Kind of like your cell phone?
You're really stretching the definition of "kind of" there, bub.