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Comment Re:Corrections and more (Score 3, Interesting) 822

1. They did not say that they are reopening the investigation. The memo itself makes that clear.

I'm not sure how you can make such a claim, since the memo you linked states "...and I agreed that the FBI should take appropriate investigative steps designed to allow investigators to review these emails to determine whether they contain classified information, as well as to assess their importance to our investigation."

Furthermore, nothing else in that memo makes the point you pretend it does.

Comment Re:Probably actually illegal (Score 2) 250

A warranty cannot be voided if you replace a part that has a limited life due to being used up, for example ink-cartridges, paper in a printer, brake-pads on a car etc etc..

If someone claims otherwise they are wrong. Just check the Magnusson-Moss Warranty act regarding "Tie-in sales".

The only time you can void your warranty in this kind of instance is if you use 3rd party replacements parts even though the original manufacturer supplies the replacement for free OR if your 3rd party replacement breaks the equipment.

Comment Re:So what? (Score 1) 416

The flaw in your reasoning is obvious. What you want to say is that there is not an LD50 dose for SMOKING marijuana, which is what the monkeys were forced to do. In concentrated doses, say from injecting THC directly into the bloodstream, a person can and has died. If you are going to respond by saying that's not PRACTICAL, then please don't, unless you are completely oblivious to the last 50 years of assholes doing absolutely ingenious things in order to get a better high.

Comment Re:Apples-Oranges (Score 5, Insightful) 760

The biggest problem with being poor that people often overlook is that it's very expensive being poor. Almost all their earnings goes to their subsistence which means having the money to get a higher education is almost impossible.

Do you really believe that poor people doesn't want better education and jobs? Your comment makes it sound like poor people are lazy slobs waiting for government handouts.

It's the same reasoning the super-rich uses when talking about "ordinary people" (ie. wage slaves), "ordinary people" are lazy slobs trying to get as much money as possible from them.

Comment Asshattery deluxe... (Score 5, Insightful) 110

All the shit Microsoft have pulled the last year only mean that a lot of people gets pissed off.

Microsoft has become that guy in the office nobody can stand because he is a total asshole but they have to deal with him on a daily basis anyway - which means when they get the chance to get rid of him they will.

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