Ghirardelli still makes chocolate in San Leandro but they're owned by Lindt now, so I can't say if their quality has changed. Possibly, possibly not; it all depends on what the quality was in the first place since Lindt know what quality is when it comes to food (in the UK, at least). I just wish that knowledge extended to 501s so they quit donating to one that recommends warehousing Autistic people in a place where shock collars are used as 'treatment'.
[...] as a representative from eBay told the court, the sellers don't actually get to see those ratings [...] That's both true and untrue. I'm sure sellers are able to see the separate ratings if they're signed out. Even if they told the truth on anything, however, any sensible judge would have tossed this suit out as malicious so the right result was still reached.
What an amazingly well thought out and presented comment. Really, your various points, all exhaustively cited and backed up by other sources, and your downright eloquently written arguments certainly convinced me of the rightness of your point, bravo. Quoted for truth, keeping the sarcastic tone intact.
You have an excellent point. :D Of course, it would be better if there was a law to make each rights holder used automated systems directly if they feel the need to use them and to have a team of humans to examine each flag before submitting the related complaint.
Crunch is Crunch, not cookies and cream, doesn't have white filling, is not 1/2 inch thick and narrow, and is usually broken in the package already for slightly greater convenience during consumption. FTFY, Anonmylous. :p
I have to agree with you. In the 00s, I was able to try various types of candy thanks to a small shop in Shipley. Whilst you guys have something going on with Lifesavers and Hot Tamales, when it comes to chocolate, either we Brits are really spoilt or you Americans have no taste buds. Peanut Butter Cups would actually be edible if they were made with more cocoa solids and less cocoa fat. :)
"We are looking for manufacturers of routers to take more responsibility to ensure that the devices cannot be easily modified." That's the FCC basically saying they won't be banning users from doing what they want with the equipment they bought. If you'd underlined that as well, it would help to calm the panic.
In addition, Opera Mini (possibly other versions): server:source in the address bar. Folks - no flaming pls - it's fair use! Correct, and the Copyright Act 1976 stipulates that fair use isn't infringement of copyright.
The Islamists started attacking people with no valid reason in the 620's, 1200 years before the US even existed. So the US didn't exist until the 1820's? Does that mean those thirteen former North American colonies of the UK were mistaken when they declared themselves the independent United States of America upon beginning the War of Independence in 1775?
"But she agreed with the Justice Department that the requested documents shouldn't be disclosed yet because the 14 applications, dating from 2010 to 2013, all relate to continuing cases." Oh, don't worry. I'm sure these fourteen continuing cases will be concluded after forever less one day. ;(
People with a condition called aphakia can see in the ultraviolet region of light -- normally invisible to most humans. Pfft, that's nothing! I can see x-rays without an absence of the lenses of my eyes. :p
Facebook notes that its videos are already run through Audible Magic and that has basically done nothing. So they're "working with Audible Magic to enhance the way the system works." Okay, which fool decided to go with Audible 'Magic' instead of simply licensing ContentID? (-_Q)
"Treat CLOACA Scholars as Unlawful Combatants CLOACA scholarship and advocacy that attenuates U.S. arms and undermines American will are PSYOPs, which are combatant acts." If you ask me, this dude's talking out of his cloaca! ;)
"True, but you can't use those files on an Android, which is why I look for second hand DVDs instead." = "Watches DVDs." "True, but you can't use those files on an Android, which is why I look for second hand DVDs instead." =/= "Watches DVDs on phone." Assumption much?