I concur. On my monitors, I often missed the designations before.
The problem with this is, all these micro payments add up.
And traditional services will begin splitting everything into micropayments rather than just billing you.
So, instead of internet, you'll be continually micro-billed by your ISP, until your "new" bill is larger than your older bill.
Death by a thousand cuts.
We get it. You hate Republicans. Admit it and move on.
Why? We get constantly shit on for the slightest supposed error.
Screw them. If they're wrong and unskilled, they deserve even MORE to have it highlighted.
They visit a secret "undisclosed CIA location", use PCs that are "provided" for them by the CIA, then are surprised that the CIA knows what's on them?
If I walk over to my friend's house, he lets me borrow his PC, I write a nasty email criticizing my friend, I wouldn't be surprised at all if he somehow found out what I'd written.
So was Hitler, but this discussion isn't about him either. Stick to Feinstein.
This is true. Go buy a pineapple and taste it.
Then, go to Hawaii, and buy a ripe pineapple fresh from the Dole plantation.
The taste difference is stunning.
Comparing lies about homeopathy to lies about diet themed products is like saying both Stalin and my nephew who broke his toy have done something wrong.
There is a vastly different scale.
I don't even think most people have looked up what Homeopathy is, they just have heard the term and take it to mean "natural medicine".
It's quackery whereby a substance is diluted with water to such an infinitesimally small amount, that, for practical purposes it's just water. But Homeopathy states that the diluted water has an affinity for the chemical, making it magically special.
Did you really just say "neocon" in a discussion about whole foods?
Depends on your street.
The Koch brothers are the "bogeymen" to the left, just as Bloomberg is the "bogeyman" to the gun rights movement.
Every group has some evil, rich behind the scenes puppeteer they love they hate.
It's funny you say that, as I have never purchased $200 headphones or a $500 video card, and would consider both purchases to be extravagant.
Otherwise I completely agree with your point.
Is there a Godwin's equivalent to bringing up rape?
It may be a legitimate complaint, and we can agreeabout whether it should occur, but I would expect this sort of course to address this: for example "Why does my paycheck take days to be put in my account?"
That doesn't seem like an eye-roller at all. I'm assuming it's followed by a discussion on why we pay taxes, what they're used for, etc.
Everyone, when they get their first paycheck, does a double take on the taxes taken out.