In most Americans' heads, Sriracha sauce is equivalent with Huy Fong Foods brand Sriracha, but just because most people here had never heard of any other type of Sriracha before doesn't mean they didn't exist, and it doesn't make those other brands infringing for using the word Sriracha. Please not I am *not* criticizing Huy Fong Foods or their Sriracha sauce in any way - I admire the fellow and his company, and his sauce is great.
Yes, exactly. The guy makes great sauce and runs a great business, but Sriracha sauce exists in hundreds of varieties, and was around for decades before he came here and founded his business. Trying to trademark Sriracha would be like trying to trademark the word ketchup, soda, cars, or jeans. That said, his is one of my favorite Sriracha sauces.
The peanut-butter-pie comment was funny, but taken logically, it bugs me. An allergy isn't analogous at all to cell phone data caps. I apologize if it seems like I'm trying to pick nits, it's just that it really bugs me in the way that crookedly-hung photos bug some people.
My main takeaway from the comments is that people who don't like wireless mice really, REALLY don't like wireless mice, almost as if they've been personally offended or insulted somehow.
I understand your differing preferences, but the arguments people are using against them went out the window years ago, for the most part.
I have a bluetooth mouse that never needs re-syncing, lasts for months on 2 rechargeable AAA batteries, works over a great distance, has a high degree of accuracy, works well for gaming, and costs under $20. Going wireless also saves me quite a bit of time and hassle, as I never have to plug or unplug it, nor wind or unwind a cable.
My recommendation is that if you're ever willing to give wireless mice another shot, and buy one from a reputable brand such as Lenovo, Microsoft, or Logitech, you'll be pleasantly surprised.
There are still quite a number of important differences between the parties, such as their opinions on gun regulation, reproductive rights, separation of church and state, LGBT rights, taxes on the rich, corporate rights, environmental protections, and clean energy. The Dems haven't had such a great record on some important things lately, but I still wouldn't be so hasty to lump both parties together.