That is a rather limited way to look at satisfaction. Relief, catharsis, vengeance, schadenfreude, comeuppance to name a few could all be descriptive of something satisfactory, but might not cross over into joy so much.
Well, a 50 cal bullet is a WMD then.
How much payload is there in a bullet?
The sound of someone trying out the nets?
Actually, there is unintentional first degree murder. Bob and Joe decide to hold up a bank but no one gets hurt. Bob, unbeknownst to Joe, is actually planning on using the gun he brought to kill the bank manager because he is dating Bob's ex. Joe knew about the gun, was part of the bank robbery, and being part of the plot to rob the bank is now culpable for the murder.
That would stop you from talking on the phone during the incident, not stop you from recording with the phone, and people are wont to do since they have a convenient camera. Or as the other poster suggested VOIP over WIFI.
Sorry, I guess I should have used the 'unintentional' qualifier. They unintentionally pulled a bait and switch by making promises they couldn't keep.
So Sony didn't sell a system for running various media and then later stop allowing those media types from working? I completely understand it wasn't the plan out of the gate. But they sold a general purpose computer with special hardware to allow it to play games and blurays nicely, then they specifically went out of their way to make them not work anymore. How is that not a bait and switch? Because they didn't plan to do it ahead of time?
Here is a product that does X, Y, and Z*.
Disclaimer: We are selling it as X, Y and Z in perpetuity, but in a few years it's going to be only X and Y, and then just X a few years after that. Or X and Z. And eventually X* (because some of X won't be compatible without Y) and Z.
So, not lying, just bait and switch?
And if you and everyone else in a certain radius say a block or two had their phones killed, what would you think? Possibly that the government wants to hide activity or prevent any collateral damage from being able to get word out who it was that came in the black helicopters? Nah, it would probably just be some hacker.
So a pet rock?
Well, from your post you list two reasons to use gmail: 1) The web interface 2)the storage on Google's servers.
So, from that it follows if you stop liking the web interface, you use it for the storage.
Mind you, there is no reason with this new option to stop liking the interface.
I know right? I hate it when I have new options on how to look at things. I mean, when someone sends me mail I want to go get it out of the mail box and open an envelope, not mess around with some newfangled electronical mail.
A subtle knife has quite the edge.