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Comment Re:Lacking empathy = mentally ill (Score 3, Insightful) 412

Maybe you don't care but she's entitled to a different opinion.

She certainly does. She's even entitled to a different opinion on whether or not she should sue her parents. That doesn't mean that I'm not allowed to have an opinion.

I can get on board with the notion that suing might be overkill here but there is no objective reason for the parents to persist their behavior.

I don't disagree. Her parents should remove the pictures. But the original question was what should she do. Her father is evidently a jackass; she can't control that. In reality, it would be better for her, her parents, and everyone else if she were to let it go rather than going to the extreme of suing them.

Comment Re:So, what's her other option? (Score 2) 412

OK, let's say she has a mental illness in which those photographs cause her a lot of distress.

If that is the case, then the correct option is still not to sue her parents. The correct option is to help her get the medical help she needs.

Of course, you're not going to agree with this, because you framed your answer in such a way as to imply that mentally ill people have no right to sue to have their rights respected.

There is no right to not be distressed, regardless of whether or not you are mentally ill.

Comment Re:So, what's her other option? (Score 4, Insightful) 412

You're telling me it's "absurd" for her to sue, and she should "Grow The Fuck Up (tm)". But you're not telling me what she should actually do. What choices does she have other than suing?

The obvious answer is to ignore it. Non-mentally-ill adults do not experience "emotional distress" over the fact that people may see some of their baby pictures.

Comment Re:Taxes = theft (Score 5, Insightful) 579

Police wont do shit to stop you getting robbed. Best you can hope for is they turn up not too long after and give you a crime reference number so you can claim on your insurance if you have any. In America they might turn up quicker on the off chance they get to shoot someone.

I suggest you spend some time in a country that doesn't have a strong police presence and then re-think that statement. In a lot of countries around the world, if you have any significant possessions, you have to live inside of a cage to keep from getting robbed. In America that is the exception rather than the rule.

Comment Re:Where?? What is wrong with MORE CHOICE (Score 1) 551

How do you propose hooking this phone to the car audio system now? Has to be wired as no car stereo supports this new format or are they doing both bluetooth and this new format?

It is exceedingly unlikely that they would be removing bluetooth support (and if they were, somebody would have mentioned it by now.) Presumably they will be supporting both.

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