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Comment Re:What comes to mind? (Score 1) 212

You can look it up in a book, perhaps even online. Then you'll know what the word means.

Words in English can have multiple & nuanced meanings. Look up the word "unlimited" and then check out the example usages. In the examples at Dictionary.com, "unlimited" really meant "vast" or "undefined" e.g. "the unlimited skies".

Comment Re:What the hell are you on about? (Score 1) 255

Because no one doing the blaming actually has children, or remembers what its like to have small children, or has ever actually had to chase a toddler around. ...though some of them will likely claim to have said experiences, and think that anyone who doesn't keep their child on a dog leash is a horrible parent...

Ah, playing the old "I have kids so I'm special" card.

Look it's simple, if you can't control your kids, they shouldn't be out in public. Do you really think that a toddler that has to chased arround belongs in a public setting with lots of potential dangers? /p?

Comment Re:Using your advertised space != Abuse (Score 1) 330

EU countries tend to have an official regulator (either an industry group or the government). The regulator can handle complaints made to them, or perhaps act without a complaint.

So does the US, so it's not clear what your point is. For example, false advertisements are handled by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC). A complaint is not required.

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