Think larger than that. The new stadium for the Cowboys seats something close to 80,000 not including standing areas, and I'm sure other similarly obscene stadiums will soon follow in other big football cities such as Washington DC, Philadelphia, etc. And the Dallas Cowboys had no problem filling that venue. They also didn't have any trouble selling the luxury suites either. There's a reason the NFL is a multi-billion dollar business. It's a shame the owners and players may start fucking with that with a possible lockout next season (due to the lack of a new collective bargaining agreement that has resulted in no salary cap for the 2010 season). Not that I'm going to cry because millionaire players and billionaire owners are all butt hurt over percentage points of shit-tons of money. I'm just disappointed that my favorite sport may take a hiatus if they don't come to an agreement.
The tickets do have multiple images. Usually at least two showing the vehicle was before the line after the light turned red, and another showing the vehicle in the intersection afterward. Sometimes there are three. Also, they will have a closeup of the license plate, and sometimes a closeup of the driver's face (depending on how the system was setup for that intersection).
Here is a sample from Texas: http://www.ci.irving.tx.us/public-works/images/red-light-five.jpg
Scrabble already went to hell the moment QI was considered a word. And with other words like XI, XU, ZA being valid as well, it just turned inside out.
FCC - Federal Communications Commission
I take your point - what passes for content on the Intertubes can hardly be defined as "communication", nevertheless, which part of the "communication" confused you?
"del" is a Windows command, not an application. It doesn't work the same way.
You can still run cmd
On the other hand, I don't know why I take the time to reply to obvious, anonymous trolls
They have that: http://code.google.com/apis/earth/