Also, a quick check of their website shows that it's very reasonably priced coffee as well ($11/lb). While their tagline, "A Taste of Woodward" isn't the most encouraging (mmm, oil, asphalt, and despair), I'll be placing an order today to support them.
Re: President Obama's Insistence That He Cannot Pardon Snowden
No. You're arguing the difference between can and will/may. If my second grade teacher taught me anything, it is that I CAN go to the bathroom at any time, but the times when I MAY go to the bathroom are a subset of the larger CAN set.
Pres. Obama most certainly CAN, but it's obvious that he will/may not. That's a conscious choice, and it's a pretty poor semantic dodge.
When the entire premise of this article is showing that Foer's initial article is almost entirely crap, I think we can safely assume that no, this isn't something that matters in the slightest. A company server sending marketing emails is a breed apart from a personal server housing classified information, so your attempt at establishing equivalence is pretty weak.
By the by, your liberal usage of commas left me reading your comment as a person very seriously out of breath.
You are correct that heroin is horrible, horrible stuff. Knowing that, one would think that a responsible cop would do everything in her/his power to ensure that investigations and arrests go exactly by the book. Wouldn't want those dope pushers to go back to peddling their poison just because they were too lazy, sloppy, or stupid to do their job correctly, would we?
No, sir, we should hit her repeatedly on this one. This isn't a policy choice, which would be trumpeted publicly in press conferences. This is a serial liar, a professional in obfuscation, realizing that the person she would have hanged has domain expertise and recognizing that his expertise should be respected. Saying a junkyard dog is good at guarding the junkyard is a far cry from saying that you want to let him sleep at the foot of your child's bed.
If you expect HRC to say that the rank and file should get to play by the same rules that she does, you will be repeatedly and viciously disappointed.
Salient bit from the earlier article: "The lawsuit also goes after a smaller Getty competitor, Alamy, that is doing the same thing, and some Getty subsidiaries, LCS and Piscount, who, again, are doing the same thing (in fact, the threat letters Highsmith received were from Piscount and LCS). To make matters even more confusing, even though Alamy is a Getty competitor, it uses a Getty subsidiary, LCS, to send out threat letters demanding cash."