"Questions like "Which of the following addresses have you ever resided at?" and "Have you ever held an account at one of the following banks?" are quite common."
I encountered those trying to get my credit report. Unfortunately, I was unable to correctly answer the "which address did you live at" question. I've live at a lot of addresses in my life, and I have long forgotten most of them.
Outdated PII, in this case, was not only useless, it actively prevented me from getting my credit report. I still haven't been able to get around that.
"You can only win the War on Terror by defeating your opponents, military style"
You can't win the "war on terror". It's logically impossible. The only winnable wars are ones against a well-defined enemy, with well-defined victory conditions. "Terrorists" are not a well-defined enemy, and the "war on terror" has no victory conditions defined at all.
How is that material support, though? "Material" rather implies, I dunno, material support -- that is, giving them stuff. Explaining how to do legal activities A, B, and C, doesn't seem like material support to me (particularly considering that all the information is widely and freely available anyway).
Saying "I think you should do terrible thing Y" sounds like protected speech to me.
I remember reading a study about what sounds cue dogs that the owner's vehicle is approaching. It seems that it's mostly the high-pitched ones beyond human hearing range, and mostly the ones coming from the suspension.