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Comparisons are ultimately futile since there are vast differences in population size, homogeneity and cultural mores.
Yes, simply turning off the comments (but not bothering to remove the "view comments" clickable area) is so indicative of their sloppiness.
I suggested the same spinoff idea previously, however it's really a matter of there is no "monopoly" to begin with. It's upside-down and backwards thinking in Washington which has fostered the notion that government must continually amass power and intervene in all matters, regardless of consequences.
Completely agree. Sick to death of being forced via taxation to support deadbeats.
Interesting. Nilay Patel and Topolsky I believe were in a power struggle at The Verge and post-Topolsky I've read many of their editors have left. I recall several TV and podcast interviews featuring Patel where he was clearly drunk and combative.
"Apple Caught In CapEx Ragnarok"
It's not the responsibility of taxpayers or government to babysit the kids of others.
No way. Apple must provide the competition a free parking spot and free advertising for their services? BALONEY!
That's going to be a tough job. Such a massive population and so many issues to surmount. Even Gandhi had a heck of a time!
To the contrary, shorter terms would limit the deeply entrenched corruptions we currently enjoy. http://www.businessinsider.com/congress-corrupt-list-2012-9?op=1 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_American_federal_politicians_convicted_of_crimes http://www.thewire.com/entertainment/2014/02/daily-show-proves-democrats-are-just-corrupt-republicans/358047/ The same thing happens in companies when employees or unions or managers are allowed to amass too much power and...
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