3: require all men to own and carry a firearm in public.
4: require all women to own and carry a firearm in public (this will also reduce the rate of sexual assault).
But hey, I am just one of those dirty freedom loving liberals.
Except for the freedom not to carry a firearm, I guess.
Reminds me of that Apocalypse Now quote...
How much software had I already pirated? There was those six that I know about for sure. Close enough to find their CD keys on Pirate Bay. But this time it was an American and a corporation. That wasn't supposed to make any difference to me, but it did. Shit charging a man with copyright violations in this place was like handing out speeding tickets at the Indy 500.
You'd get more than bitchy people. You'd have the Fox News generation in arms, Glenn Beck screaming on the television, an A/O rating from the ESA, and, even if it managed to eek out an M rating, you'd have a de facto ban from retailers afraid of enraging a bunch of teabaggers.
In reality, it'd be the same effect. I highly doubt that the game would see the light of day. Sure, you could pirate it or order it from specialty online stores, but that's probably the same thing happening in Russia. It's better than an "official" government ban, but censorship by the masses is very alive and very well here in these United States.
Is Crysis considered the be-all-and-end-all test of graphics cards because of super high quality graphics or super inefficient graphics programming?
Not trying to troll, I'm really curious.
You can try. But remember that Disney is very, very, very big. The silly parks and cheesy cartoons make up a tiny fraction of their overall empire.
See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_assets_owned_by_Disney as a reference. Big.
Correlation is not causation? People who are likely to commit domestic violence, rape, and with childhood traumas may be more drawn to the endorphin rush of pornography. That doesn't mean the porn actually causes those behaviors.
To communicate is the beginning of understanding. -- AT&T