Who's going to pay any attention to a duffel bag with a spy camera hidden in it? There are far cheaper and easier ways to do the exact same things you are talking about. Why go to all the trouble?
Threatening to punch anyone they see wearing them in the face isn't bullying; is that what you are trying to say?
Then will fade away as people realize they don't want to wear dorky glasses with cameras on them.
Plenty of people wanted Google Glass, but they were threatened and bullied by the Luddites, so they stayed silent.
"This backlash is nonsense," said James Green, co-founder of VR developer Carbon Games. "I absolutely support him doing whatever he wants politically if it's legal. To take any other position is against American values."
I think you meant to say you absolutely support other people doing what they want politically if it's legal, such as disagreeing with Luckey, or boycotting his product, or raising money for Clinton in response. Because taking any other position would be against American values _and_ hypocritical, right?
And yes, he's perfectly within his rights to say what he said, and i'm within my rights to point out the contradiction, and other people are within their rights to respond to me with disagreements, and etc. Saying that one person gets to have their say and everyone else needs to shut up about it after that is not how political discourse works.
Money enough to buy an open platform phone, like Android.
The problem is weather or not we NEED unlimited data. The problem is that we don't want to pay out the ass, at extortionate rates, if we happen to go over our allowance. I don't want to worry about a surprise $100 on my bill because my phone decided to download the latest OS update.
That's not what he's talking about, and you know it.
So a single story from one user who doesn't seem particularly computer savvy is now definitive proof? I know you all hate Microsoft, but come on guys, be reasonable.
Trump may be slime, but at the moment I don't think there is any sort of definitive proof he's broken the law
And oh look, while trying to find details of that i found a whole list of other illegal things he's done/proposed doing:
If there were it almost certainly would have come out by now and be front page headlines for every news organization in the US
These things do float to the top of the headlines every so often, but generally they're quickly forgotten about. I'm not sure why that is exactly. Because Trump's supporters don't care when he does something illegal or immoral? Because he does so many of them that nobody can stay focused on just one long enough for it to become a real issue? I have no idea.
No you see, it is easy. Either it is or it isn't; so it's 50/50.
I've got the same combination on my luggage!
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