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Bad news for Tivo and Chromecast owners?

Discussion in 'TiVo Coffee House - TiVo Discussion' started by siratfus, Mar 18, 2014.

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  1. Bigg

    Bigg Active Member

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    We are going around in circles. I stand by my interpretation of what the 2nd Amendment says.

    Maybe. Or other courts. There are all sorts of ways that laws could get challenged, and with the gun manufacturer lobby/NRA lobby so strong, unfortunately, what few common sense laws get put in place probably will get challenged. And even if you can twist the 2nd Amendment to say that an individual who is not part of a militia has a constitutional right to bear arms, then you still have to determine what exactly that right entails, and what limits there are to it. All rights have limits, 1st Amendment, 2nd Amendment, etc.
     
  2. tarheelblue32

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    I'm still not sure if you're just trolling or are simply being willfully ignorant of the Supreme Court's recent rulings on the 2nd Amendment. Either way, I stand by my determination that your interpretation of the 2nd Amendment is inconsistent with the current Supreme Court's interpretation. Whether you want to admit that or not is inconsequential.
     
  3. Bigg

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    I read it, interpreted it, and I stand by that interpretation. I'm not trolling.
     
  4. Diana Collins

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    The Supreme Court also once held that an African-American was equal to 2/3 of a white person. Just because the Supreme Court says something, doesn't make it right or true. It is just the law, until the law is changed or the Supreme Court issues a new decision.

    Of course, what ANY of this has to do with FireTV and the possible enhancement (or lack thereof) of Amazon streaming services on competitive devices is a mystery to me.
     
  5. tarheelblue32

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    Do you understand that your interpretation is completely different than that of the current Supreme Court majority, and that when it comes to the law it's the opinion of the Supreme Court that matters? Because thus far in this discussion you have refused to acknowledge that minor little fact.
     
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