Nobody can avoid killing you if you don't even pretend to follow the rules of traffic.
I'm a cyclist, and I follow the rules of traffic to the extent that I can. But the metal rims of my bicycle don't have enough surface area to consistently trigger the vehicle-sensing induction loops at intersections. At some intersections in my home town, I've seen even a bicycle and a motorcycle put together fail to trip it. So in the 35 states that haven't passed dead red laws, I don't understand how to follow the law against crossing the street at a red light, other than by not traveling at all.
Their answer to an OS not properly doing something is "fix the OS".
How would someone go about fixing an operating system whose biggest problem is that it can't run many of the proprietary applications on which he relies? There are plenty of applications for Windows that aren't ported to any *BSD.
Do you go to homeless shelters and ask for donations from the homeless too?
If by "donations" you include donations of one's time, yes. Some homeless shelters expect those people who are able to perform some sort of work to do so.
Sometimes, an event happens which begs (for) the question of why nobody planned for it.
This raises the question of why people don't just avoid the pedantic bickering by saying "raises the question".
Besides, this is State government not Federal requiring the license.
Congress forces the states to incorporate certain uniform provisions in traffic laws, such as a drinking age of 21. It does this by bribing the states with "highway funds" taken from citizens of other states under authority granted through the postal and commerce clauses.
Perform in costume: That is a city ordinance. Again, not fed and not even State. I am sure NYC has a reason for that ordinance, take it up with them.
In the case of dressing up as an identifiable character from a non-free work of fiction, it could be a Lanham Act violation or copyright violation, which is federal. But otherwise, such an ordinance amounts to a dress code for appearing on public sidewalks. How would I go about searching for what other cities have an analogous ordinance?
Why should [companies] be allowed to derive revenue from patents?
As part of an economic bargain established "to promote the progress of science and useful arts", as one country's constitution puts it.
Since we live in a democracy and the vast majority of people will never be in that position the point is moot.
How many people are employed by companies deriving revenue from their patents?
If Aereo has wanted to really play unfair, they'd have moved to a country without copyright law
Which country is industrialized enough to have home broadband Internet access yet is not a member of the WTO?