but I generally don't worry about an attacker with sorts of resources; they would probably just beat my PIN out of me...
Oh man, you should never read Doctorow's Little Brother. Well, you should, because it's great, but it will freak you the F out.
I can see why you would be surprised. Here is a checklist of how to see if you are discriminating against a class of people:
- 1. You have witnessed behavior you deem inappropriate in the past and are attempting to predict when such behavior will happen again by classifying the actors into a group, also called a stereotype.
Luke, Leia and Han are supercool heroes from a galaxy far, far away. And boy are they full of angst.
And you can barely see them through the lens flare?
I love this idea. I don't mind you selling the ability to contact me at all; don't listen to these other internet clowns. Now, I can't guarantee I'll read each and every message, but I will look at their subject lines. A glance, that's all I can promise. Is this okay? Great. Great. I am loving this. Will you deposit the $1 into my bank account every time I get a message, or once a month like eBay does?
I cannot think of a way that this couldn't work out well for me.
Wrong. Utility changes a massive amount based on if you are a civilian or a soldier. What planet do you live on?
Your arguments are baseless and weak. You also can't seem to decide if you want to attack my position by asserting that high-capacity magazines serve a legitimate purpose outside of a warzone (they don't) or if other dangerous objects should be similarly restricted (fallacious and absurd). Frankly, I'm surprised you can remember a username and password to log in. Your point of view is worthless, and the only people who despise you more than I are the hunters and sport shooters who believe reasonable, feasible, and enforceable regulations should be in place for purchasing guns should be in place, because the inherent idiocy of your perspective actually hurts their cause.