Useless trivia, the Dalek stories were mostly skipped over when a repeat screening of old "Doctor Who" occurred in Australia in 2003-2005 because there was a copyright and royalties dispute between the BBC and the Estate of Terry Nation. Even "The War Games" was skipped (a whopping 10 episodes) because a Dalek appeared in ONE SCENE! (source: Wikipedia)(and I was watching, too)
Shareholders can take some earnings from the company they hold shares in. Fair enough, that's the good part of the share market. The stupid part is when you buy shares with the sole intention of selling them later in the hopes of making a profit. That's how you can loose lots of money. In fact, you need lots of money in the first place. If you hold on to the shares and collect the dividends, then you won't loose any money. In fact, you will make money. Slowly, yes, but steadily, especially in a company that is very stable. Whereas, if you buy and sell constantly, thus "playing" the share market, you're essentially gambling with your money. So, to me, the price of the share doesn't matter. It's how much it pays off in dividends that matters. So if you've got money and you're looking to the stock market to make more money, either invest long term or you might as well take a holiday in Vegas.
Here in Australia, we've had the option to use recycled paper toilet paper for at least the last 20 years. Personally I use a brand called "Safe". It's cheap and soft and, yes, off-white If you're in Australia, give it a try.
You raise a good point. I would like to see some push back on people/companies who abuse the DMCA.
It just seems strange to me that this is the story that might actually cause the push back. In my opinion, both bloggers mentioned in the article are idiots (but I do agree they have the right to be idiots!) especially the one who issued the take down notice.