You don't realize that the smarter people can snap off in case of emergency. In the same fashion you do realize that at any point a country can elect a new Constituent assembly and shove the former Constitution to the bin?
I am not familiar with guns but we agree that everyone is entitled to the same care from the outside world. Being self sufficient is another debate but I was just amazed that 's4m7' replied so vividly.
Focusing on popularity or fame is really not the right thing to do here.
Killing/assaulting a world famous singer or an elected official is not the same either and I am not rating them as human beings. All lives must be treated equally but anyone who is facing a credible threat must be provided with better security.
I am not saying that the police should pay more attention to celebrities or the richest part of the population. Not doing enough for the general population's safety is not acceptable.
I was just saying that an elected official is not a random citizen.
from the well-of-their-own-employees dept.
tgtanman writes "CNN reports that MySpace has announced that it has laid off 500 employees, 47% of its total staff. From the article: 'MySpace's management kept most of the site's developers but gutted nearly every other job role, according to a staffer who survived the cuts ... "Today's tough but necessary changes were taken in order to provide the company with a clear path for sustained growth and profitability," CEO Mike Jones said in a written statement. "These changes were purely driven by issues related to our legacy business, and in no way reflect the performance of the new product."'"