It sounds more like they were highly unsuccessful at finding stolen cars, and realized they could make more money writing tickets.
"but the man could have been perfectly justified if he came back to his car, saw someone strange sitting in it, and opened fire"
Is that legal anywhere? in a car sitting ON PUBLIC PROPERTY?
So do birds. And yet, hunters manage.
The time when we have drones delivering our items, which are in turn delivered from the factory by robotic cars. They are in turn manufactured by robots, using resources brought by automatically driven cars from mines/factories also run by robots.
At this point, Humans will no long be necessary, and I can instruct the robot to shoot me, and replace me with a robot buyer. It will undoubtedly be much more efficient.
Most people just like animals. They don't realize PETA is insane.
Although at times I'm not sure if they're nutty, or just realize they've got a good racket going.
For a few years I managed to get PETA to send me literature requesting donations.
The name I gave?
Either they eventually figured it out, or my lack of donations caused them to forego sending any more mail.
As of today, 20 Euros is approx. 27 dollars US.
So you're quibbling over 8 dollars US, or should I say roughly 6 Euros?
You're very good at this.
The "lava' beans touch was nice, as well. Just off enough to seem plausible.
I find it wrong to use one company/stores resources to source a buy,try it out, determinie if it fits my need; then purchase from another.
but that's just me.
There are a lot of people who want that.
It means they won't have to do anything other than wake up, go to work, eat, and shop from Amazon
Pesky human interaction will be limited.
Can't they put all these confusing numbers into something I know, Like Libraries of Congress, or Football Fields?
How many Football Fields does it lose each night?
I live in California, and after a very short period of time, those signs just become ignored background noise.
In fact, I can't even remember what one looks like, that's how much I've been trained to ignore them.
Those sorts of warning labels are more than useless: They're actually counterproductive.
However..... down in the US, we've been inundated for years with "lack of access = racism/". And by lack of access, I mean having to go somewhere to do it.
Building it without access would be tantamount disenfranchisement.
If you look at our arguments over voting requirements ( does it require an ID, etc) you'll see my point.
I think we need to start differentiating "Socialism" from "socialism".