(Read like "Marsha".)
Is this the NASA channel or something? Can we please stop posting stories made by known liars? At least add some content from TheNASAChannel: https://www.youtube.com/user/T...
Excellent debating skills in display there.
Yelling "fire" in a crowded theater will also result in legal consequences. Both these amendments don't say "talk and shoot however you want without consequence."
Owning a weapon isn't threatening anyone. Thus, your comparison of the first and second amendments is a faulty one. I make no claims about what type of matter makes up the space above your neck though.
No, that's not it at all. I've watched on TV, on computer monitor, and on laptop. It's not only Netflix; most existing compression decides to compress black so much that shadows end up all jagged, and the details that were present on the original source material are missing in the compressed version.
You're accurate, though, in assessing that I haven't calibrated using a test pattern and a blue filter. Any of my screens. That's not the issue though. I do blame the compression codec.
the tracking company Rightscorp downloaded more than 150,000 copies of their copyrighted works directly from Cox subscribers.
Here's the biggest offender! BMG should be suing this company, which is blatantly and egregiously violating their copyright!
Luke Skywalker was a whiny little bitch! We just rewatched Ep. 4 a few weeks ago. Horrible!
Then we see Mark Hamill in an episode of "The Flash" and he's at least consistent -- the character is also a whiny little bitch... Haven't seen him in much else, and don't really care to.
If you choose to use statistics to remove rights, you'll eventually remove all the rights.
I'd agree with you, ONLY IF the gun-grabbing politicians give up their security teams with guns. (Why are you supporting them, anyway? Haven't you heard of Mao?)
A police chief (IIRC) in New York recently said "please carry, help us stop these mass murders". So I think your idea is catching on...
"An armed society is a polite society." - Robert Heinlein
To communicate is the beginning of understanding. -- AT&T