"Could LA require that all drivers mount GPS tracking units on their cars"
My understanding is yes, as the law stands such a requirement can be made since driving is a privilege granted by the state. Whether or not it would survive a constitutional argument in court is an unknown.
I disagree with that point. Prostitution being illegal is what makes it so easy to victimize prostitutes,so the law has direct bearing on that. If it were legal, it would be regulated the same as any other business and the workers would have the same protection from abuse as everyone else.
"General Custer pretty much rapes an Indian woman."
Not "pretty much", the raping is the point of the game.
What I find interesting about Custer's Revenge (beyond the fact that people still talk about an ancient, low budget, objectively terrible game) is that all of the public denouncing of the game in the day resulted in sales of the game being about double that of the other similar titles in the company's catalog. (CR sold about 80,000 copies. Their next best selling title was about 40,000).
"So don't be surprised when services and businesses that depended on that model start to stop offering those free services."
I don't have a problem with that. I remember back when ads were very rare and most Internet services were free and better than most are now. In many ways, a return to those days would be a great improvement.
I disagree. Those were the reasons for public consumption, but not the actual reasons. If they were the actual reasons, then convictions would be required to keep the cash, and the money would not go directly to the cops.
Lots of people have no option but Comcast if they want broadband internet. Those people are trapped, not stupid.
I've been one of those people for five years now, but I am finally able to move to a city where I can ditch Comcast completely. This is a fantastic start. I can't wait to finally be rid of those assholes, and I'll do my very best to never have to give them a dime again.