Wow! Troll much?
Wow! Troll much?
Whenever I hear anybody talk about fair share or fair price or even common sense laws/pricing I know it's time to run for the hills because I'm going to be screwed.
The entire concept is a straw man argument. The assumption is that some mythical entity can afford to pay or not pay some price and that the company making the offer can somehow recoup their costs because they are overcharging some other mythical entity. No proof is given to justify the equation except, perhaps, anecdotal evidence that there are entities that can't/won't pay the asking price.
It's SOP that this scheme is only applied to intangible items because nobody would buy such an idea for something tangible like a car or a house or even a bag of groceries. Art, education, entertainment and computer software and always included in this scheme.
Fair == bullshit scammer
So this wasn't expected? I think it surely was.
"Floridaâ(TM)s Governor Rejects High-Speed Rail Line, Fearing Cost to Taxpayers...Mr. Scott said at a news conference in Tallahassee on Wednesday that cost overruns related to the Tampa-to-Orlando line could leave Florida taxpayers stuck with a $3 billion tab."
Seems like familiar tactics from the bully pulpit.
Who can forget that classic piece of fake new from 1948?
The arrogance is very thick. A/B testing has always been a waste of time, just do the right thing right from the start. I know what the right thing is so shut up. If it doesn't work it YOUR FAULT!
TLDR: "The lady doth protest too much, methinks" is a quotation from the c.â1600 play Hamlet by William Shakespeare. It has been used as a figure of speech, in various phrasings, to describe someone's overly frequent and vehement attempts to convince others of some matter of which the opposite is true, thereby making themselves appear defensive and insincere.[not verified in body] In rhetorical terms, the phrase can be thought of as indicating an unintentional apophasisâ"where the speaker who "protests too much" in favor of some assertion puts into others' minds the idea that the assertion is false, something that they may not have considered before."
Jeez, do you really think you'll empress anybody by having read the series, or claiming to have read the series? I get laughed at when I suggest memcached because all the cool young programmers "know" that redis is where it's at. You think anything written by anybody 77 years old is relevant?
They reached the wrong conclusion but then they are biased. My Occam's razor says the non-electronic ballots were manipulated by the Democrats. They would have far more experience in stuff the ballot box than manipulating the electronics. The electronics are correct, it's the paper ballots that are wrong!
You would think the ACLU would be all over getting rid of a federal communication commission. Sounds like a joke, something from the old Soviet Union. If they want to regulate the use of the electromagnetic spectrum and not things protected in the 1st amendment then they need a new name and a new mission.
Life in the state of nature is solitary, poor, nasty, brutish, and short. - Thomas Hobbes, Leviathan