Basically, this will drive people to use Redbox for disc-based movies and NetFlix for screaming.
This is why I've been sending back 3 DVDs in one mailer. I now have several hundred empty envelopes which I will promptly insert a slice of balogna into each and drop them into the mailbox. Statement made.
If you are giving away free bologna send some my way.
Why not repeal the mandate to require 1.6 gal/flush toilets?
We heard the same lame arguments against that back then, but guess what? IT WORKED!!!
So flushing 3 times instead of 1 is a win for planet earth?
... Either way it is unlikely to harm the kid unless the kid ingests the carpet...
So then it is a real concern as it is likely a child, especially under 3, would do something like eat the carpet or something that touched the carpet. I know my kids try and eat anything they can get their hands on.
Several months ago, a CFL broke right next to my 2-year old son. I had the sense to get him out of the room, but not for about 10 seconds. After much research, I discovered that a CFL has about 4 milligrams of Mercury that is released as a vapor (which is readily absorbed by the body unlike the solid form). The EPA website's cleanup instructions were vast. They even recommended that all clothing that came in contact with any of the CFL be destroyed. I assumed this also meant the wall-to-wall carpeting in my son's bedroom where he plays. Do I think the EPA is probably being a bit paranoid? Sure. But this is my son we are talking about during his key mental development years. A little paranoia is in order. Who knows how much mercury vapor he inhaled. Yes, I got rid of the carpet. I'm personally stocking up on incadescents until LED or Halogon alternatives become viable. BTW-- I vote Democratic ticket and am otherwise pretty liberal.
I've run in to the same issue. I was changing a CFL and it shattered in to tiny pieces. I have two young kids at home and based on what the EPA recommends you need to call in professionals to clean your house and remove any surface, specifically cloth or carpet, that could be contaminated. Also you should put the broken light bulb in a glass jar and properly dispose of it. Scary stuff. I'd much rather just have to clean up some broken pieces of glass.
People will use all kinds of reasons to justify their behaviour. I imagine this name would make all kinds of people want to try out the software as well. Do you think the main purpose of the open source community is to provide tools for megacorporations?
I don't see how this naming would make anyone want to try out this software. But what it would do is make it difficult for a person in a business environment to search for and access this package, especially those with strict internet filtering.