Me not selling something today doesn't mean I won't want to sell it tomorrow. The issue with out of print books should be addressed by having reasonable copyright term limits.
Allowed to do what?
"I wish things were cheaper."
Basically the gist of all those words. Yes, and?
> Even if it cost money I don't know many working people who wouldn't fork over another $20 just to make everyone else have to get up in the morning too.
Running an economy on emotions is a stupid thing to do.
> the system needs to be entirely gutted
I don't know what that means, both in general, and in implementation. But it sure makes you sound tough on something. I'm not convinced you have any idea what it means either. Most people just seem to stop talking after their suggestion is to tear something down.
Congrats, you win the dumbest comment of the day award.
It's not complicated. Zero tolerance just means any infraction. You're trying to be clever by conflating tolerance with blood alcohol level or somesuch. One tolerance would be that one conviction is allowed. It's not complicated.
Also, coffee isn't a drug for the purposes of the law in so far as driving is concerned. Honestly, I don't know what you think you're illuminating here. We probably agree Uber is money pit. But none of the other stuff you said makes any sense.
Amazing that people can't spot themselves about to be played from a mile away.
Wait, it's 2017 and you've never heard of Linux or the GPL?
The thing about people who get played is that it looks even worse if they start their reply with the very thing that should've made it obvious that they're getting played.
You pay royalties on patents you're using to build and sell stuff. Is building and selling stuff using technoligy you're licensing patent trolling? The mental gymnastics required
Dynamic content - often the page doesn't know the size of the content until it's been served.
FB Messenger is hardly a monopoly.
if I ask google for music, it just plays the music from google music (granted you need to have a subscription)
"Open the pod bay doors, HAL." -- Dave Bowman, 2001