They stood by and watched their CEO get ousted because of a donation to a cause that the majority supported.
It is weird how so many anti-freedom people like yourself are so quick to claim majority support for what Eich did. Sure, a slim majority were anti-gay marriage back when he tried to enshrine his religious dogma into law. But the overwhelming majority did not support "the cause" enough to spend money on it. By his own actions he revealed himself to be an extremist.
Furthermore, the whole idea that being part of a majority somehow excuses a person from judgment and consequences of their actions is itself morally bankrupt. The civil rights movement was a struggle against majority opinion too.
BTW, the freedom to restrict another person's freedom is freedom in name alone.
> I'm not sure what the exact charges are.
So, you don't want the pilots to see any green from their instrumentation?
What part of "reflective cockpit windows" do you fail to understand?
> For which wavelength?
99.9% of these cases involve the cheapo frequency doubled greenies. All the other colors are significantly more expensive for the power levels that are dangerous to pilots and are thus both exponentially more rare and much more likely to be owned by people who know better than to do stupid shit with them.
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