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Well, yeah, as clearly explained, it'd help criminals pick what they'd rather do. I'm mostly just wondering what the point of publicizing gun owners addresses is. I don't see how it'd help anything, nor do I really understand how the paper could have gotten the addresses and permission to print them so easily.
It's mostly the overuse that bothers me, though sometimes it is, indeed, just inappropriate. Using it while claiming to be a designer in particular is a sure way to not get a job (at a design firm, at least). There are those who truly hate it.
Personally, I think there are legit uses for it (like with the baby on a ...more
For one, part of Google's algorithm is to observe what you look at and search for and treat it preferentially. Two people searching for the same thing won't necessarily get the same results.
Second, that's pretty specific, and a bit odd. I'd also like to point out that between "carnival" and "New Orleans" (which has...more
I don't call it a bill of rights, I say it's protected by the US Bill of Rights, regardless of how I or anyone else feels about it. Laws are meant to protect the people in some manner from tangible threats to their general well-being (I realize they often fail at this, but still); what TANGIBLE damage is a person who i...more
I'm not sure I follow your logic. It seems like if it was just an optional thing, there'd be a lot more - like, pretty much every person who's had rough times with the opposite sex, which is, I think, just about everyone. On the other hand, there are people simply born favoring particular colors and flavors, and with v...more