if your friends run off a cliff, do you follow them?
See the relevant xkcd: http://xkcd.com/1170/
There you go, you've solved the problem. Put the "dodge the pothole" rule above the "stay between the lane lines" rule, but below the "mow down little timmy" rule.
Sucks to be little timmy.
So about $10K per conviction. Not a bad rate.
"The historians can't seem to settle whether to call this one "The Third Space War" (or the "Fourth"), or whether "The First Interstellar War" fits it better. We just call it "The Bug War" if we call it anything, which we usually don't and in any case the historians date the beginning of "war" after the time I joined my first outfit and ship. Everything up to then and still later were "incidents," "patrols," or "police actions." However, you are just as dead if you buy the farm in an "incident" as you are if you buy it in a declared war."
P.S. the book is nothing like like movie
What exactly is the tabloid suing for? Apple's policies are very well known, and I cannot believe he didn't know what the outcome would be before he submitted his app. Sounds like someone just wants come money and free publicity.
The probably knew exactly what Apple's response would be and are simply following a publicity strategy. Good for them.
The studies that show breakfast being the most important meal of the day - who was behind them? Right. The breakfast cereal manufacturers.
Irrelevant. In Soviet Russia, before they allowed breakfast cereals in, it was common knowledge that a good breakfast was important, much more so than a good dinner. Therefore, the implication that cereal manufacturers are pushing breakfast is irrelevant to the importance of the first meal of the day.