I am glad to see that now when you go to read Yelp reviews of Prestigious Pets that a window comes up that you must dismiss before you read the reviews, and it states
"Consumer Alert: Questionable Legal Threats
This business may be trying to abuse the legal system in an effort to stifle free speech, including issuing questionable legal threats against reviewers. As a reminder, reviewers who share their experiences have a First Amendment right to express their opinions on Yelp."
That's because I have not flown since they were created, and don't plan to as long as they exist. As soon as the airlines and airports lobbied for it (yes, they actually pushed for the federal government to take over airport security), I suspected I would never fly again. I was probably right.
My kid can send and receive over 400 texts in one day. 8400 in a month is the most I have noticed. I probably average about 400 texts in one year, not three, so yeah, way to go with the uber exaggeration, Tim.
So Google put them back in general search results, but will keep them removed from Google News results, which is what they said they wanted, unlike the court ruling. However, I bet 90% of the visits to their websites via google were as a result of the news results, not general search results. Think - how often have you come across a newspaper website as a result of a general google search? So, Fear Not! These dummies will still get their due.
.... This month he was hoping to have a gold-plated shark tank bar installed right next to the pool, but thanks to people downloading music for free, he must now wait a few months before he can afford it.
I can't believe the labels charged gamemakers anything for promoting their music. Do they think people like my 14 year old son would have ever purchased so many tired songs I have heard a thousand times like Carry On My Wayward Son if it had not been for Guitar Hero?
I have two Canon printers that can use generic cartridges. The cartridges cost a little over a dollar each when I buy 20. I paid $200 on ebay for the last printer, an open box and for a lot more than list, when they were discontinued since I love really cheap ink SOOOO much. When one of these breaks, I would not hesitate to pay $300 for a printer that used generic cartridges, or better yet, one with tanks that you could easily fill from big squirt bottles of ink. Since it does not look like this is going to happen with a US company any time soon, perhaps China will step up.