what sort of monster uses Bittorrent on shared Wifi?!
You seem to be attributing wisdom and empathy to college students. Do you see the problem here?
Anti-SJW people are trolls
Says the AC.
You were doing great until that last paragraph. You clearly have no clue what you're talking about and should probably educate yourself about the people / groups you are disparaging before you embarrass yourself by saying something like that in front of a rational person in real life. Just a friendly suggestion, I won't hold my breath.
They also hardly ever watch the movie till the end
When I fill up my car with gas, I'll either throw in a couple gallons (I'm on fumes and in a huge hurry) or fill it all the way up. Both of these are examples of me taking what I need before leaving the station. Under no circumstances will I attempt to take all the gas the station has or empty my bank account buying fuel. Once I've got my requisite amount of fuel, it's mission accomplished and I'm outta there. If you're into watching pron for the witty banter and special effects more power to you, but once I get what I came for pulling a casper* makes good sense to me.
*YMMV if you try this in real life.
Though you look to be good at trolling...
I gave you your own words and an honest opinion. Are you really crying I'm "trolling" you with your own words or is it the idea of people with a differing opinion that disturbs you so?
...and calling anyone who calls you on it an ad hominem thrower.
The word you used was "idiot". I even gave you the definition of "ad hominem" to be sure you understood what I said. Piss off.
And the root cause of people being scared of guns is guns killing so many people.
"So if guns kill people, pencils misspell words, cars drive drunk and spoons make people fat" - I have no idea who wrote that but I think they have a point.
you and I and 99.9% of the world have zero insight into this.
So let's review what we know of the situation and make our decisions based on the facts available?
BB: It's our responsibility as a responsible company to let TLA's and LEO's in on our customer's data if they have a good reason.
Apple: Was publicly sued to compel cooperation in unlocking a phone.
As far as I can see we can't definitively say who is doing what, but which company would you say has a better chance of giving a shit about keeping customer data secure?
...which prevents us from making reasonable changes.
There is also a segment of the population for which the actions constituting "reasonable changes" can not be honestly applied to the phrase "the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.". There is just not a lot of wiggle room in how that amendment is written.
I am more bored than you could ever possibly be. Go back to work.