One of the first things I learned in law school was never to trust second-hand reports to tell you what a law says. Section 1864.3 just says cash transactions must be reported, it doesn't "prohibit cash" or anything of the sort,
It's bad when Jenny McCarthy and Oprah use "success" from the placebo effect to cast doubt on science-based medicine. This doubt helps other scam artists sell expensive water to a patient who could be cured by real medicine.
If you control your DNS, you can also blackhole Tynt's servers
Do you really want a bunch of inexperienced divers with no bouyancy control
slamming into natural reefs & kicking up silt?
Aside from being something different to see, wrecks make good training sites for all
sorts of skills.
As an added bonus they have a commercial/tourist value that helps
make providing and improving marine habitat more affordable.
The thing is 100 feet tall, so the top of the structure will start at 40ft. There will be plenty to see without deco stops and tri-mix.
The ethics rules/courts tend to weigh heavily on the side of protecting the "client"
It's probably not reasonable, in most cases, to expect a forum
poster is your attorney, but there is no reason why you can't
create an attorney-client relationship on an online forum.
If someone makes a claim, the "reasonableness" test is a point that will end up in litigation. By clearly stating that you are not their lawyer, you are hoping to make it so unlikely the plaintiff will will, they won't bother to file in the first place. (Or, if they do, you can easily get the claim dismissed.)
Your example is an obvious extreme, no one has any reason to
assume you are a lawyer and the "advice" is very general. That does not mean you can't craft a post that would truly be problematic.
Oh yea... IAAL BNYL
In similar events, A University of Southern Mississippi student remains jailed on a one-million dollar bail since April 18th for posting threating remarks to his myspace blog and bulletins. Athorities have been very quiet, and in an update from last week claim to still be collecting evidence."
— WWDC07 will be held from June 11-15
— On this conference Apple will most likely introduce a new Dual Quadcore Mac Pro
— and a new line of ultraportable notebooks (tablets?)
— and Leopard
— and the iPhone will start shipping
— Windows Vista is overhyped at the moment and soon everyone will realize that OSX performs better for daily computer use.
— Windows Vista is overpriced
— Zune, anyone? The new Zune has been a disaster
— Apple has the best ads ever: People go to apple.com site to see the ads in their spare time!
— Microsoft ads? Can't remember one... (well, maybe those running on a Macbook).
— The iPhone, yeah, it's cool, but does anyone want to pay $499 + a two year contract for a first gen Apple phone?
— The Dual Quad Core will be out of reach for 90% of the people on this earth.
— People that bought won' switch to OSX in the next few years and most people that didn't/won't upgrade are to scared to switch to OSX.
— Ultra Portable's? That sounds expensive and slow...."