Nope, me too. And i've set the cookie rule to Ask before accepting. Why? Because it's very easy to get cookies from some sites your employer would find as a reason to fire you, especially when the cookies are from ads placed in totally benign (or even work related) sites.
Let's look at my situation: i've spend a lot of time and effort to learn about computers and now i'm working full time in the pc service department of my company. You bought one of our custom machines and you managed to screw it up. I come to you fix it and you pay me.
Now, according to your arguments, you should pay me every time you start the pc since you are using the results of my intellectual efforts, obtained by my investment in education. Do you think that's normal ?
Yes. it's a very good decision. People who don't bother to look where they're going must be protected. Ant this type of measure has always worked: at the begging of the 20th century it was mandatory to have a person with a red flag walking in front of every car to make sure everybody, and especially horses, would know you're about to come and run them over. Just look what nice flags we have now.
Unfortunately yes. When you are staring at what you can get NOW, usually you totally miss what you can get tommorow. And since the Reagan debacle i don't know many that are capable of looking beyond what is just in front of their eyes.
Oh, but it's definitely not an idiot. He's just another greedy, shrewd jew, ready to milk every moron he can get in his greedy paws by every means possible. If it implies making shitty music instead of working hard, better.