If someone comes into my store and wants to change a 20$ bill for rolls of quarters and tells me they are going to use them to buy something illegal... do I have some kind of obligation not to make the transaction? It seems like a really shaky and bizarre way to entrap someone.
Actually Atlantic City was the only place to go for gambling on the east coast. Eventually the surrounding states wanted in on the action and opened their own casinos. That's pretty much why there has been so many failures there.
I agree that Musk is very smart, but what motivates him? I've heard a lot of Tesla apologists claim that he doesn't care about money, but that is a bad thing for investors in my book. What if he gets tired of cars and decided to step away from Tesla to do something else?
Comcast tried to get me to upgrade about 6th months ago for 'enhanced performance'. Since I own my router and only have a 3.5mb account of course I opted out- but the upgrade was voluntary. I really am curious behind the push for these new routers.