But see, if he leaves Russia that's proof he's a Russian spy! It's an obvious ploy to throw us off his tracks, so I can clearly not choose the wine in front of me. But if he stays in Russia that's proof he's a Russian spy, too. Why else would he stay there? So I can clearly not choose the wine in front of you.
...Torch found that two-thirds of babies who had died from SIDS had been vaccinated against DPT (diphtheria–pertussis–tetanus toxoid) prior to death...
...No adjustment was made for national vaccine coverage rates—a percentage of the target population that received the recommended vaccines. However, most of the nations in this study had coverage rates in the 90%–99% range for the most commonly recommended vaccines...
So ~66% of the ones that died had been vaccinated, whereas ~90% overall had been vaccinated. That's not exactly convincing evidence that vaccinations are causing said deaths, it's more likely to make me think they decrease the risk of infant mortality. Then there's also this:
...Although most of the nations in this study had 90%–99% of their infants fully vaccinated, without additional data we do not know whether it is the vaccinated or unvaccinated infants who are dying in infancy at higher rates. However, respiratory disturbances have been documented in close proximity to infant vaccinations, and lethal changes in the brainstem of a recently vaccinated baby have been observed...
In other words, we don't actually have much data to support our hypothesis. We just have some data and a plausible sounding explanation for it, and we have some assumptions that because a thing has happened before, it is likely to happen.
Awesome, I'm in the clear! My TV gets one channel very spottily. I only know this because it insisted on searching for channels when I first turned it on. And I can honestly tell you that I've bought every product that I've seen in a commercial on Netflix.
Are you paying $65 for 60 Mbit internet, 100 channels of cable, landline and cellular service together? If so, you're getting a hell of a deal compared to most people in the US. With no cable or landline, I'm paying $75 total ($45 and $30, respectively) for 15 Mbit internet and cellular service.
You're not getting ripped off because you're paying 2-3x as much, you're getting ripped off because you're paying 2-3x as much for 1/4 the service.
I have a small collection of ~40 songs that I keep on my phone just in case I want to listen to them. The kicker is that all of those songs have already been paid for. I bought them, be it from Amazon, Microsoft's Zune marketplace, or on a physical CD. I also have four or five books; again, every one has already been paid for.
Not only does the creative content on my phone represent a stunningly small portion of the time I spend using it, but I also have already given them money for that small portion.
I also tend to gravitate toward female artists, though it's typically more in the Nightwish, Epica, Within Temptation, Evanescence, Lacuna Coil, Delain, We Are The Fallen, After Forever, Edenbridge, etc. direction.
A toy company used a backing track for a song onto which it superimposed its own words. The song was a parody using similar rhythms and phrasing of a famous song performed by The Beastie Boys for one of their albums. Important factors: The toy company's use was transformative because it imitated the band's style for comic effect or ridicule.
The picture of Leslie Nielsen was an ad for Naked Gun 33 1/3. It wasn't claimed to be some sort of art done solely for comment or ridicule, it was a movie poster.
If they win, I should start a company whose sole business model is to ask Eli Lilly for money. My expected future profits will be the $100 million that I will ask for from them. By not giving me that money, they are undermining my expected future profits, so I will sue them. When it gets to court, how can I lose when they won with the exact same argument?
Every cyberlocker I've seen has little besides obviously infringed content.
Funny, everything I've seen on cyberlockers has been perfectly legitimate. Guess we find what we're looking for. Video game mods and personally developed games are very frequently distributed through cyberlockers such as Rapidshare, Mediafire, and 4shared.