I haven't owned a TV for many years now and thank for the suggestion to hike read and volunteer I just mainly stay inside I'm disabled Veteran so I have made the computer into my virtual world but it's nice to know that some do care
people learning that a collective voice can make a difference if it speaks the right message the right way to the right people. It is difficult to live a positive and happy life in the face of so much negativity. From every news cast to the captive audience advertising on television. as I go through the day and things happen I try to look at the positive side first. And that is not as easy as it sounds. But I'm getting better at it. And being happy is a way of life that starts with honesty.
The thread was "do I own this game?" and was meant to be a smart assed remark. stupid me thinking that I did I was complaning about steam updating Borederlands without my consent now when I started the thread I was mad about how they change the game. But that quickly changed as I was ridiculed jumped on called names by alot of people this went on for months the posts to this thread numbering in the thousands I was angry that they had the right and abbility to enter my computer without my permision and change something that I didn't want them to that I had bought now I was told that I didn't write the game so I didn't own it I asked them if they made the car they drive and do they feel they own thier car? I compared what steam did to my game to me buying a Ford car and them picking it up in middle night painting it tity pink and getting mad at me because I didn't like the color. Now I still don't think this is right I think what we pay for and is contained in our computers or phone or what ever should be ours like a renter has rights in the courts and the landlord can't gain entry wthout prior notifacation what up here?
It seems to me that the people who are going to benefit the most from SOPA are big content the same people who prior to the Internet decided who what and when the majority of the public would listen to or watch on television. And since the Internet have watch their power of influence over the public diminish steadily. so isn't the SOPA bill nothing more than their latest attempt to regain that power of influence
I agree with this guy Wikipedia shouldn't be using their site in this manner I mean this is like calling Child protection services on some one because you want to get back at the parents not help the kids
I think that if the problem with the pills was enough to seriously hurt someone then what they did was absolutely wrong and some should go to jail but I can't see the company making such a bad choice under those circumstances
But I agree to simply ignore the data can't be good. Usually when I find data that says something that I believed to be true isn't I try and find another source for the information to validate or disprove the previous data.
I agree as Americans we were born and raised to be consumers the Internet only make the job of the corporate thieves easier to manipulate us out of our money they tell us what we want and how much to pay for it