So your saying that when police use undercover agents to bust kiddie porn rings, dangerous drug production labs, terrorist type groups and other similar things that are bad for society that you would rather they didn't bust them using a method that allows them to potentially find a larger number of members than those they would have caught by doing a single raid on a facility?
And to the point about police safety, I think anything that keeps anyone safe is a good thing. There is no need to point out there are more dangerous jobs. Its like saying that the taxi driver doesn't need a seat belt because the construction worker has a more dangerous job.
You know, if the government burned the constitution, the bill of rights, and all the amendments, our police officers would have much more latitude to identify and arrest both the root cause of these crimes and it's whole support network. The logic you put forth supports this action. Yeah, yeah. I can see your response now: "I didn't mean what you're implying". Maybe, "Now you're just being stupid. No one wants that."
If you honestly think that's a justification for what you said, you're not worth the air you consume. Here's a suggestion: pull your head out of your ass and say what you mean instead of making vague references. If it's too hard to do, stay off the internet, idiot. I hope it's not an issue of motivation. How worthlessly lazy you would be if you couldn't be bothered to think a complete thought before vomiting it onto slashdot.
I bought into Android and instead of lording my decision over everybody I'm just going to remind everyone that the long run has been predicted by many industries. Apple and Blackberry will remain as niche players but it's going to be an Android future.
Given that predicting what path technology will take is like predicting the weather, I'm more inclined to believe that most everyone will follow their near-term optimum which, by your own claims, involves three times more iOS than Android. The moment polls start indicating that devs feel Android has the best near-term payoff is the moment I'll start to believe that it's an Android future.
The world is moving so fast these days that the man who says it can't be done is generally interrupted by someone doing it. -- E. Hubbard