Yeah, America's founding fathers thought they were above the law too, and look where it got them.
You mean, a troll might do something *specifically* to draw out a reaction, like suggesting laws against harassment shouldn't protect personal choices/preferences in general nor religion in particular?
Indeed, who is going to tell what constitutes "serious emotional distress"?
DMCA notices come to mind.
I know I'd like my rocket to be safe from trolls.
some Freedom Fries with that?
Please reply if you think eternity getting their guts ripped out by demons and being force-fed their own excrement and piles of flaming coals, while being skull-fucked by enraged hell-bears (or whatever it is, I never paid much attention to mythology,) is inadequate for copyright trolls, and write-in what YOU believe would be a more appropriate comeuppance. Thanks!
No -- copyright trolls are doing us a very important service. The people who need to have their guts ripped out by demons etc are the assholes who wrote the laws that have these horrible abusive provisions which the intellectual property trolls are so elegantly demonstrating.
I remember playing with some liquid metal. Call me crazy, but I prefer my things made from solid metal.
Breaking news! Mrs Clinton does a good job representing someone she was supposed to represent... in light of that, who'd want her to represent US?
Microsoft Clippy should be glad he wasn't around back then...
Other countries don't have to worry about their own citizens blowing them up.
Why is it that when I hear there's a new Firefox update, I always think "Oh no -- what did they mess up now?" Other groups' updates aren't met with instinctive dread.
That sounds suspiciously like my patent on aural telepathy. Expect to hear from my lawyers.
Because everyone knows the right and moral thing to do, is quietly pretend that concentration camps don't exist and never have.
Of course you should follow all the standard safety rules, like switching off the heavy machinery and putting a lock on the switch, or running the machine at 1/10th speed when testing. But (wink wink nudge nudge) probably nobody would notice if you didn't. And (wink wink nudge nudge) we're losing a lot of money with this machine out of commission, you wouldn't want us to lose a bunch of money would you?
I suppose it could also have been plain human error. I've known some pretty dumb people with a total disregard for their own safety and/or the safety of others.
Hahahahaha heheheh lol hahahahahahaha lolololololol hahahahahah. I'm sure the kids will learn tons from this.