We like blue buttons, but we hate green buttons? Just how childish can you be? It's a visual cue telling you that the messages are handled differently. If it were rounded corners and square corners, would you have your panties in a twist?
There are real problems in the world. This is a *phone*. Get over it.
"While it's true broadcasters are responsible for the majority of programming increases, ..."
Can you substantiate this allegation with publicly verifiable facts?
Obviously he's not a law professor, or else he might recall that Marbury v Madison (a case taught in L1) established that the Judicial branch (not the Legislative) has the right of review as to constitutinality of laws.
"KlearGear?s underlying claim that John Palmer owed it money was based on an online review that his wife Jennifer wrote in February 2009 criticizing KlearGear?s customer service after John placed an order with KlearGear in December 2008 and KlearGear never delivered it. According to KlearGear, this critical online review constituted a violation of a ?nondisparagement clause? in KlearGear?s online Terms of Sale and Use that forbade anyone who did business with KlearGear from ?taking any action that negatively impacts KlearGear.com, its reputation, products, services, management or employees.?
But KlearGear claimed that the order wasn't paid for and that they cancelled the order. Since they unilaterally cancelled the order, the Palmers never "did business" with KlearGear, and so the Terms don't apply. I hope the Palmers get everything they're asking for.
The title indicates that Public Citizen actually has sued KlearGear. But so far, all that the article says is that Public Citizen has contacted KlearGear and told them that they would file suit *if* their demands are not met. So I'm thinking there has not yet been a suit filed.
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