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If the IOC had been smart, they would have also trademarked the factorization (2 * 19 * 53) to ensure than any year derived from any of those was also kept in check. Heck, just trademark the number "1"
I'd be interested to view the same statistics framed in a per-capita context to see whether it's just because population is rising (and thus there's a corresponding rise in output). I suspect that, even looking at the per-capita stats, one would still see a rise, but it would be helpful to have that included.
The filing runs only two pages but is loaded with adjectives.
The two-page, bare-bones Summons With Notice accuses the newspaper of "falsely, maliciously, recklessly, slanderously, libelously and irresponsibly publicly stating in the interactive website www.lohud.com that plaintiff First Impression LLC is a licensed handgun owner."
I presume you're talking about the surfeit of adverbs?
My first thought was to use the star+digits (e.g. *57 or whatever) for reporting after the call. Thich is both easy and reasonable for the telcos to implement. Issues I saw:
- marketing that the feature is available. This can be addressed with money which the telcos certainly seem to rake in hand-over-fist. I still remember *69 from the telco advertising back in the 80s.
- pranksters that report people. This could be mitigated by the telcos maintaining a "this phonenumber/source has received more than N complaints from more than M recipients" tally, and only take action against those that exceed a certain threshold.