Is that a difference that makes any difference?
Yes, it does make a difference. Not everyone is so exceptionally partisan that they will search for an excuse to start impeachment at every opportunity they come across. Not everyone is so exceptionally partisan to see Benghazi as having anywhere remotely enough significance to merit consideration of an impeachment hearing.
What would be the point of JSM3 bleating in public if the "I" word wasn't in the back of his mind?
Just because he doesn't feel all the information is out does not mean that he feels it could warrant impeachment. To point out only one example from the previous administration plenty of people felt that the explanation from GWB about 9/11 was not sufficient, though pretty well nobody dared to suggest that his crappy explanation was hiding an impeachable offense.
I mean, you can squeeze a couple more news cycles of budget crisis avoidance out of Benghazi, but that's about the only benefit I can see.
Weren't you making exactly the opposite argument of that not too long ago?
Though we will probably see more of him as a contributor as you cant spend all your life consuming drugs and hookers
I highly doubt he made enough money from the sale of slashdot to afford drugs or hookers - or at least, not decent examples of either. In fact he may want to look into selling some of the former (though hopefully none of the latter) if he wants to make some money while he's still young; I doubt there are many other companies who want to hire someone to constantly write about facebook.
Nothing wrong with you being modded down when your wrong
Actually, there is, because there is no down moderation for "wrong" or "disagree". Some people get moderator points and seem to feel otherwise...
which in turn is degraded into another enzyme
which in turn is degraded by another enzyme
It makes no sense for a product of alcohol degradation to become an enzyme on it's own.
Is it like iTunes for FPS games?
Pretty much, yes. Specifically games that people who are hard core into FPS consider to be "vintage" or "classic" - even though said games are many years younger than Wolfenstein, Doom, or even Quake. People who are big fans of it see it as a great gift to be able to buy Half-Life for $8 even though they bought it for $40 the first time, then bought the first special edition of it the year after for another $40, and the uber-mega-titanium-coated-diamond-edition of it the third year for another $60.
For the most part, it is a way for a company to extract a little more money from a large number of gamers who like to keep buying the same thing repeatedly.
And yes, I know I will be lucky to not be moderated down for this. Bombs away.
The trouble with opportunity is that it always comes disguised as hard work. -- Herbert V. Prochnow