Since there isn't enough evidence to disprove H0: A.C. is deluded and is actually addicted, I won't reject it.
Not everybody who enjoys smoking is an addict, believe it or not. Some people just enjoy an occasional smoke. I'm one of them..
That what they all say. Doesn't make it true, though.
Are you implying either one of them isn't more of an OS than DOS ever was?
There are several issues here:
Where should taxation occur? This can be debated, but is not the object of the discussion.
Police brutality: it's shameful and unacceptable, but it's tangentially related, at best. Claiming that taxation caused it is absurd.
Tax evasion: he should've been prosecuted for this, no doubt there. Police reaction was shameful, as I've said, but it doesn't make him innocent.
You are arguing beside the point. Nobody said the cop reacted appropriately and it is frankly irrelevant to the discussion at hand.
tl;dr - strawman
Once you realize that Eric Garner was killed over taxes [...] Don't ban cigarettes, tax them.[...]
Non sequitur. The former is an argument against the latter.
You're clearly living in a fantasy world. You sound a bit like Dennis:
No idea about Android, it's Windows Phone that got support a year ago.
How is a forced sale different from a tax? Spare the philosophical nonsense, it only serves to waste money. Call it a tax and pay trivially less.
Don't be a fucking moron. If you buy something, you pay sales tax. This just makes edge cases related to the internet more sensible.
And where do governments get money? By selling cookies? Gimme a break.
I've only used Google's, but support is definitely there.
Or, get Windows Phone and have real SD card support, without Android's stupid limitations.
... CalDAV/CardDAV support was added over a year ago.
And you just failed the Turing test. Admirable job, though, Mr. AI, now you just need to learn humor.
Difference being that the system is immediately halted if an uncorrectable error is discovered.