If an extremely hot girl caught you under a mistletoe would you let her kiss you? Yea? Hypocrite! You should just get all mad and tell her how much of an anti-merry badass you are. (just kidding, I know how you feel)
All of those 'cons' that are listed as problems with MMORPGs, you know, like questing and gear progression, are actually things that people enjoy, as long as they're designed fairly. See GW2 as an excellent example of this.
While it would certainly be nice if this claim were true (I doubt it is), social engineering is a bigger problem and one that, one would think, we could see more benefit in working to eliminate than the benefit we might see from buying some outrageous claim.
Early criticism of D3 are valid, but those are a thing of the past. D3 will grow and continue to improve and enjoy a much larger, more involved community and trading market than TL2 ever will. And the new changes around the corner in 1.05 are a vast step in the right direction.
It may sound cheesy, but if you are going to get the answer correct 50% of the time then the most important piece becomes knowing which question to ask, and being able to test whether your 50% answer is right. If not, rinse and repeat. Eventually you're going to get something interesting.
Given that most conservatives I know don't even have a smartphone let alone know how to install an App for it, this should work quite well.
(ok I admit this is mostly a troll post but there's some truth to it!)
I wish I could have multiple devices with the same SIM card address and just tell the network which one I am using at the time. Then I'd use this 7" device at home and leave the iPhone on the charger, and vice versa when I'm traveling.
Events like that have been dubbed as Black Swans by author Nassim Taleb... The lesson is essentially as stated: probability theory only works for certain types of scenarios. He calls the realm of these scenarios 'mediocristan' and the realm of scenarios where extreme events can take place 'extremistan'. Examples: Average distribution of human height is relatively predictable, and in mediocristan. But try to predict how much wealth one person has from one to the next and you'll suddenly run into a billionaire and completely destroy your nice little data set from the last thousand people you looked at.