You sure busted my chops for sarcastically posting a sentiment, by sarcastically posting the same sentiment.
Only if you believe the pope, like some kind of filthy papist.
Sorry, I didn't mean to tar an entire group of people. That really wasn't my intent, but it does come across exactly that way. Which is indefensible, and you have my apologies, if nothing else. I know that even if I didn't mean it as a judgement, the kind of people who would judge you would see that kind of statement as validation of their beliefs.
I, in no, way, shape, or form think that even a tenth of a percentage of people meeting those descriptors would actually even consider terrorism morally acceptable.
Again, sorry, that post was, at the very least, insufficiently clear.
No it's not, but then, neither are any of the other things. Short of actually conspiring to commit the crime, basically nothing terrorists do is illegal. I wasn't really advocating profiling, just contesting the irrelevance of disaffected users.
What? You mean sex exploitation isn't causing buffer overflows with genitalia? I think I've been doing this wrong.
You seem to have confused what should happen with what will happen.
That's a big request, to be honest. It'd be easier to do on a company-by-company basis. Which concerns you most?
But more seriously, that disaffection that MMO players seem to exhibit in spades is one of the characteristics of al qeada era terrorists. Being middle class, disillusioned, Muslim, male, single, and approaching middle age is the basic profile of an ideal recruit to them.
By ignoring the list from Yahoo onwards, since no one uses them anyways.
Headline: "Google, Apple, Facebook, Twitter, Microsoft..."
thank you for releasing a press statement claiming that you are standing up, in a way that mollifies those concerned about their privacy, while lacking any substantive evidence of resistance
American corporations, and these 5, in particular, have shown a history of not minding deceitful marketing in the slightest. I feel no compelling reason to trust them.
Don't you know? In the U.S. crimes like "stupidity" or "poverty" are entirely genetic. It's official.
Obama wanted a deal regardless of its contents.
Explicitly the opposite of what happened. The US had an a priori list of requirements from Iran for a deal, and was only flexible in what it would offer Iran and other regional powers(in terms of sanction/trade deals) in exchange for getting it.
I don't know where you're from that you think that anyone thought that "any deal" with Iran would be some sort of PR smash-hit.
Somehow military hardware manages to be less destructive than civilian.
The term "Click fraud" didn't use to bother me, as a concept. Now it's just a symbol of getting a little bit of disinformation in on a horrendous web-based spying and manipulation industry. I don't sympathize with those trying to extract money from advertisers by lying, but I'm 100% behind their collective bankruptcy.