This relates too me saying that the person who makes a false firearm should have bigger fine that the one who commmited arson? How?Originally posted by: Spyro
You're welcome.Originally posted by: Tabb
I said I was in favor of a higher penatly? Where? Link, Quote thx....Originally posted by: JellyBaby
Consider someone who shouts "fire!" in a crowed theatre when there is no fire vs. someone who starts a real fire. I suppose you're in favor of a higher penalty for the shouter because it's MUCH easier to shout?Because its MUCH more easy to copy
Originally posted by: Tabb
Because its MUCH more easy to copyOriginally posted by: kaizersose
what's the max fine for shoplifting? $1000 + cost of merchandise? i dont see the difference between stealing physical property and digitial property. why is the fine for stealing digital property so much higher?
I saw this on /., concerning the lawsuit and settlement (holier-than-thou RIAA trolls who think that if you hate the RIAA, you must be a theif who only cares about "stealing" music will definitely not want to waste time reading the following):
It certainly can't be confirmed with 100% certainty, but it does shed an interesting light on the situation.My source in Manhattan says the kid is a fake. A child actress hired by the RIAA in order to spook other people into fast settlements.
We're talking about an industry that pays people to call TRL. An industry that hires kids to stand outside the windows of MTV to wave signs about how they are devoted to an unknown act. They are not above faking an out of court settlement in order to make the kids think that this is the easiest thing for them to do.
Lol, I'll have to plead the 5th on that one (*amok shifts his chair around a little bit and repositions his lead foot*) .
Actually, if speed limits are set properly, most people would drive at about the same speed they do already. Where speed limits are set according to political decree, e.g., the 55 mph limit, you would find speeds increasing.
The speed limits (in LA at least) are a joke. No one pays much attention to them regardless of how many tickets are issued. Driving 55 around here is a hazard because the flow of traffic is going 70+