No it's not enough. EA sells this shit and their stock goes up. Unreal.
This may not be precisely up TD's alley, but there's a real problem of customers not understanding that EA's business model of shit = profit is working wonderfully. Disposable consumers and, um, "liquidating" title loyalty.
I got a SimCity 4 from a pirate named Joe. It crashed constantly, but my test drive pleased me. Thinking the pirate were distributing nastyware, I went and bought SimCity 4 + Rush Hour. It crashed constantly. I realized the pirates were perfect, and EA was the nasty.
They appeared content to let the modders fix the problems they knew about, e.g., opera house & traffic routing.
That was it; SimCity 4 is actually the epitome of crapware to me. Haven't paid EA since.
I think it's quite clear that EA still doesn't accept there is any great problem. If there was, they would have stop sales. Instead, EA says "this is how we make our money. We bring you Hell, we bring you high water, you only need to click 'buy now'."
Regarding your defense for lawyers, I'd have to say that your summary also explains why people hate lawyers. You may want to reconsider before using this argument again.
I interpret your summary to be that a lawyer has to take bad cases because it's their job. If I understand that, allow to me to reword to express the lack of morality:
Lawyers lack the heart to turn down a paycheck and refuse a bad case.
That's how I read it, and it suits the "money-grubbing" stereotype.
All admit that I have not addressed the portion where you claim they are nobel because they didn't let the client file on their own. I don't have the expertise to know whether or not that's the obvious b.s. it sounds like.