The restaurant's response of incentivizing 1 star reviews on Yelp IS the free market solution to the Yelp problem.
For most of the rest of the world, "America" refers to the pair of continents nestled between the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. Technically everyone on those continents is American, and people with a better handle on geography and a more... robust world perspective recognize the need to specify. For better or worse, our culture has appropriated the term American to mean those within the U.S., but that's not really accurate. I mean, it's literally inaccurate; it's like saying Florida when someone asks you what city you're from.
Do you... do you work for Fox News?
Which is why it's now just a chunk of a planet floating around in some weird space.
Pregnancy isn't an illness.
When he gets out and has an entirely new and exciting set of values and social behaviors, he certainly will.
Or you could just kick people who do it out of the library.
Now, why those people aren't going after Linsys, Netgear, etc.
It's actually a much better chance of getting a "lol, go away tiny troll" letter from those companies with huge legal departments.
Probably, but when Joe McFastypants, multimillion dollar racing team crew captain, who's buying 12-32 $400 dollar tires every race weekend, says he wants nitrogen, you don't tell him it's cheaper to use scrubbed air that has MOST of the water vapor content removed: You put nitrogen in the tires. The difference in price is nonexistent when you look at a racing team's budget. And even if it was, the difference in price would have to be ABSURD for them to use an option that wasn't the absolute best.
Race car tires are filled with Nitrogen instead of compressed air because compressed is rife with water vapor, which expands when it heats up. This changes the pressure inside the tire, which can drastically affect handling characteristics over the course of a race, which is a Bad Thing. Using Nitrogen to fill the tires negates this, it has nothing to do with fire safety.
You a letter.
Yeah, the September 11th attacks were terrible, but they were a one trick pony. That won't happen again, at least not with that M.O.