My local sports bar also has a Hofbrau. So... for Game 7 of the World Series, my wife and I went there, got a nice dinner and a drink each and then watched the game for less than the cost of one month of cable with E$PN.
And I make no secret of the fact that I cut my cord back in 1992 and haven't looked back except to pull down and trash the slowly rotting cable more than a decade later.
Whatever new TV paradigm Verizon is trying to create here, worthwhile or otherwise, is irrelevant. This is going to come down to contract law, and if the contract specifically states that Verizon cannot offer ESPN in a separate sports tier, Disney will force Verizon to honor the contract -- something Verizon probably does to enough of its wireless customers to deserve that.
So top the options with the current bundles, and offer a la carte as an option for those who are prepared to make the more detailed choices on what they want.
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Patents are often written in a wording to deliberately make them sound like so much more than they really are. It's the old "If you if you can't dazzle them with brilliance, baffle them with bullshit". An A/V switch was either already patented or was just too obvious to even merit one. This is how bad patents get approved. It doesn't matter how it's worded just look at the diagram. IT IS AN A/V SWITCH. I don't care if the description claims it changes water into wine, that's all it is! It gives you 3 inputs: broadcast, cable and satellite. 2 outputs, one specified RF (in other words the old channel 3/4 option) and another unspecified output that given when this patent was issued would have to be RCA connections. The remote is nothing special. I have a 25 year old box with 6 inputs and a wireless remote. That does not mean anything automated. Switching between these inputs will usually put you in the middle of another program. The sites they are suing are doing nothing more than any TV
algorithm that got people to go out and vote for Trump is both simplistic and dangerous" - lol! Oh my gosh this the first I've heard of it. I saw more anti-Trump news on my feed than the opposite, but probably because my "blue" friends were the ones passing it along. My "red" friends were very silent and said nothing about who they were endorsing. I did recognize that many of the mainstream news outlets were endorsing Hillary. I think overall media has been unbalanced. I do feel sad for my "lefties" out in Cali having meltdowns. The day after they were all seriously shocked, but I've lived out there in the Silicon Valley area. I know what's its like. I've also been across the country and grew up in a rural area. I guess what I'm trying to get at is that its a big country. And yes there are different spheres of bubbles. You got to step outside of it to see what's going
I think the issue boils down to one idea: that too many people believe what they see online because it's "in print". For hundreds of years, people would read the newspaper and magazines and assume that every story had been editted and fact-checked to tell the truth. Now comes the Internet with tons of opinion pieces, propaganda, and just plain wrong stories. Yet because people have the idea that "if it's in print, it must be true", they'll believe anything they read.
Just look through your own Facebook newsfeed to see how many people recently shared the old "post this message to stop Facebook from taking your content"... which was never true and which was debunked in 2012! Why do people still believe it? Why can't they spend 10 seconds on Snopes to see that it's completely false?
Then combine this with the media outlets who make money from clicks and advertising, and who don't really care about fact-checking: if it's wrong, they can later add a link to a corrected version of the article. This creates people like Trump who get ahead by shouting the craziest, most offensive things just to get attention.
Then there's the idea that media outlets have to report on every story out of "fairness", though it's usually just to ride the coat-tails of another network to get clicks and ratings:
Fox News: Does this video show Hillary eating puppies? We think it does. (An obvious lie, but it gets attention.)
CNN: Fox News reports that Hillary was caught eating puppies. We talk with experts about what this means for her campaign. (By "analyzing" the obvious false story, they legitimize it while also getting attention.)
Your local news channel: How will Hillary's puppygate scandal affect the nation? Our report at 11:00.
After all this, can anyone *not* believe that Hillary was eating puppies?
"I'm divided but I agree with him, it's better to enable some speech than none"
Um, no. Propagating government propaganda isn't doing anything to enable "some" speech. FB is in it for the money, not to help the people. Anything that helps a government continue to oppress their people should be avoided.
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Because everything seems easy when you aren't the one who has to do it and/or figure out how it's to be done.
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And then there's sting operations which look more and more like entrapment, especially when the FBI fishes for (literal) retards to commit a terror act by purchasing $20 of hardware supplies.
Maybe this is the nadir before we get sick of it and ban stings as an over-abused law-enforcement tool.
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