Could someone with a little law school please respond to this? Is lying to instagram and violating their terms Civil or Criminal?
Anonymous Coward, I salute you.
Bingo. You're absolutely correct.
"I've got three witnesses that put you there, DNA evidence, and some video with someone wearing jeans and a white hoodie, just like you wear, though the face isn't visable. You'll get the death penalty. If you give me a confession, we can get it down to manslaughter. First offense. You'll probably just get probation. Here's some paper."
Yeah, police being able to lie is a great idea. I'm sure it benefits somebody. Other than the owners of for-profit prisons, I'm not sure who.
This is a stupid response. A great product where the maker insures you're going to get pushed to other things you'll have to pay for from that same maker is a product there's a darn good argument against.
Well, actually, he mostly did. But just "mostly".
No, there are lots of protections (practical as opposed to writ-in-law) for presidents. Bush is basically pre-pardoned. But it's important for others to go to jail so that people given POTUS instructions won't think that they are untouchable next time.
Nah. You're confusing cause and effect. They just expect it from God because they'd do it.
No, you don't get it at all. Al Gore famously said "we are strip-mining our children." When you become a parent, and in particular a parent of a girl, you see quite clearly that they are strip-mining yours.
This doesn't work.
The grandparents will show them to her when you've trusted them to babysit. And your relatives will send Christmas gifts all wrapped up and when your little girl open's 'em -- yep: Disney products. And she'll see them at her friends' houses... she'll come home singing some crap song from Frozen over and over.
Her baby-sitter will buy her a Barbie. Women in lots of ads she sees will have their necks lengthend with photoshop. Her school will sell her princess books just like the ones they stock their library with. Costco will aim 90% of the female children's halloween costumes at the princess segment, half of those will be marked Disney. Your daughter will drag you back to the costumes over and over looking for Disney princesses she's seen and beggining you to buy one while you want to just get some cheese and get out.
Because it's not just your daughter who's the target of this long-necked, big-eyed, princess bullshit -- everyone is. And that's why you do get concerned about it, because it's not just Disney telling her to be a pricess, it's EVERYONE.
It's really frustrating having some stranger on the street tell your daughter she's a princess, but it happens all the time. I suspect it's not socially acceptable to snarl back "you calling her a parasite?"
At 4 or 5, she has all the time in the world to decide what she wants to do and be and plenty of time to change her mind about things, but this crap isn't going to stop when she's 10 or 15 or 30 or 60, and her whole life she will be judged and praised or criticized by a nation of people who are hit with the same propaganda.
Sorry, neglected to say "and saw the same result." Father is fairly technical -- has a Linux box and runs Windows in a VM on it. But I bought him a Chrombook and that's now his primary sitting-on-the-kitchen-table computer. It gets the day to day use, whereas the VM box gets to do his taxes.
There is no way a Jet Li disc could accomplish this.
Dirk made shallow trivial playboy flier work in the first 5 seconds if screen time. Katee was going for tough marine, and it NEVER worked. Her character was unpleasant from the first scene to the last one I watched. I think I watched all of season one. But I disliked the show right away and it only got worse. I personally stayed watching because of Grace Park (for the obvious reasons) and Mary McDonnell, because she was really the only character who did well.
They couldn't keep me watching past season one.
And they, together, own a corporation which owns the presidential debates.
Hilarious, yet true.
This is a routine part of their normal strategy. AT&T is very inefficient by design so that it employs many people. They call them "voters" and use the threat of layoffs to get local politicos to do everything they want. They've done this again and again.
This is just the same sort of threatening on the national level.
Because Google doesn't really want to be in the business. They do it to push the telco/cable ISPs. Or so they say.
If they really wanted to succeed on this, they'd provide free consulting/lawyers and other help to the Next Century Cities group (http://nextcenturycities.org/). This would get a BUNCH of fast Internet going really quickly and would terrify the monopolies. It would also very quickly multiply the number of cities in NCC.