They completely killed the personal aviation industry with liability lawsuits. The precedents set are like, "the manufacturer is liable even if there was no way they could have known such an issue could exist when the flying machine was manufactured."
So the relatives first guy to die in this will become millionaires. The sugar daddy vulture capitalists will flee.
Discount small children, very old people with failing eye sight and arthritic fingers, this is probably as large as it gets. In USA voter turn out struggles to reach 67% and cracks 60% only in presidential elections.
Then these fan subtitlers came in. Every Tom Dick and Harry had a Downfall spoof on the net. Half the hits for "Hitler" in the net are for Downfall spoof. From the most hated man in history to most laughed at man in History in mere six years!
Let this be a warning to you all. All your great work and achievements will be nullified and sullied by these sub titlers. Now Hitler can rest easy. His place in history is made secure once more.
It is quite easy to steal small amounts of money from a large number of people. Most people will not pursue any serious legal action.
This is a limited liability company. All profits and assets will flow one way to the owners, all liability will stop with the entity that goes bankrupt. But corporations are people my friend. And the courts are ruling corporations have free speech rights, and have ruled spending money is speech, they also have free will, conscience and religious liberty, according to our courts.
It takes two real people and nine months to make a fresh citizen, and just a filing fee to create a corporate citizen. Real citizens can not dodge criminal liabilities of their actions, corporate citizens can. They are only assessed civil damages at best.
These corporations play one party against another and are going scot free. (scot was a kind of tax in old England).
Corporations are a great threat to our liberties. People who rail about and aware of the threat government power poses to our liberties are silent about the threat posed by corporate power.
Optimism is the content of small men in high places. -- F. Scott Fitzgerald, "The Crack Up"