In my experience, those who speak in such a "politically correct" way are the ones who have the most to hide, usually about the subject they are downplaying by being politically correct.
First off: my car is mine, and I can do whatever I want to it.
Second: Every part (including 3rd party mfg replacement) has to adhere to ,or be better than, OEM specs already. If it's not passing any sort of "emissions standards", it's most likely the owner's fault for failing to keep up maintenance.
"Politically Correct" ... simply meaning that it's worded in such a way to be as inoffensive as possible while white-washing it's actual public revulsion.
Basically, if you want to be PC, you go ahead an be one of the "many bloodsuckers" re-writing what is "correct"
What about "NO" is so hard to understand for these people?!
Is it the "N" or the "O" ?!?
if you're looking for "logic" ... it's been shoved in the Fridge.
"Facial Recognition failure"
"Chinese Communist Party"
Ever since the addition of the yellow notice box asking for support, the <next article> link between articles have been missing from random articles (but the missing link is persistent even on refresh/ cache clear).
The previous article (Florida State Police raid) doesn't link to this article. This article does have the the link to that article though (all articles missing the next article link still have previous article links)
Pennywise for the Win!
many concrete steps to improve things sense reports first surfaced
that should be "since"
" Here comes the cow ..."-Crusader, when the trebuchet launches the cow
Not sure, but I think that was the Prenda Group of Misfits and Liars.
[G]iven his abysmal reputation for both criminality and terrorizing women, the Plaintiff is libel-proof.
It's a certain kind of satisfying to see someone declared as libel-proof.
And this is why I'll never install, let alone buy, anything from the Epic(ally horrendous) store.
Even Better: The "Yelling 'Fire' in a crowded theater" was a rhetorical device used to evoke a certain feeling. That "famous" quote is talked about in Make No Law Podcast: Episode 7. A later court decision defined the "strict scrutiny" standard which would be talked about in the next episode. The yelling 'Fire!' in the crowded theater being unlawful would be determined by what the totality of the circumstance. i.e: Was it meant to evoke a panic?, etc...
I just want to say that it was a great video! Whomever was offended by it (especially as it only used Downfall meme as the setting for the angry rant) needs to get their head outta the sand (or wherever it may be) and face reality.
bullet 2 in top 10 by comment volume has broken closing anchor:
The Ellen Show Issues Copyright Takedown On Transformative Video Commenting On Her Friendship With President Bush /a> 376 Comments
... and repeat "There's no place like monopoly. There's nothing like monopoly! There is no monopoly!"
Also, how can you not love a filing in this case with the following paragraph:
Only copyright lawyers not on the level would hate it...
Judges can't just make up laws.2 Words: