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Comment: I find this amusing... (Score 5, Insightful) 250

by xevioso (#48603581) Attached to: Sony Demands Press Destroy Leaked Documents

"Sony Pictures Entertainment will have no choice but to hold you responsible "

They have no choice? As in their hands are legally or physically tied so that they absolutely HAVE to sue you? The people at the top of Sony will have actually no other choice in the world, like, say, going to watch a Knicks game or reading a nice book? They have only one choice, which is to sue?

Bullshit.

Comment: Re:The best gift? (Score 0, Redundant) 113

by xevioso (#48584599) Attached to: 2014 Geek Gift Guide

I don't understand the hate for this guy.

The above post seems like just a long but reasonable commentary on some recent products. So what?

Is Bennet Haselton hate the new hipster-hate? Are people jumping on the Haselton-hate bandwagon because it's the latest trendy thing to do on ./? I'm not really sure, but it is pretty stupid.

Comment: Re:Unlicensed taxi broker (Score 0, Troll) 280

by xevioso (#48556841) Attached to: Court Orders Uber To Shut Down In Spain

Im an American, and I say a hearty FUCK YOU to you as well.

Guns are HORRIBLE. They result in the deaths of more than 30,000 Americans every year. They directly harm people on a regular basis. Other countries with strict gun laws have very low crime rates, so there's no need to own a gun for self-defense.

And before you say, "Why don't you move there, then, libtard," I would say that because I love my country and am a proud American and am sick and tired of conservative nutjobs like you wanting to make this country even more violent than it already is, I would rather bring the peace in Western Europe here! The second Amendment needs to be changed! YOU DON'T NEED A GUN. dumbass.

Comment: Re:no it is not (Score 1) 280

by xevioso (#48556781) Attached to: Court Orders Uber To Shut Down In Spain

How can they catch you at the payment point? If I make a request for uber, unless the government is monitoring the app, which now may be encrypted, the uber or lyft car arrives, and money goes from my previously set up account into Uber's coffers. In what way can the government stop this?

All they can do is sue the owners, but with what evidence?

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