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The definition you seek in which you want to define the internet is in the user agreement and you should read it in its entirety.The last part of this is what set me off. You and I can disagree on the first part, but -- c'mon -- I'm not the lazy, uninformed person you lumped me in with.
fiberguyMy views are my own.Premium
I also often use the word "you" as in "some may" etc.
However, when I made that comment, I was referring to the difference between people who use an advertisement as their TOS agreement.
From accounts I read here all the time, I think people are smarter than they play on this site. Rather, they chose to play ignorant at times in order to attempt to establish a point.
Do I think you're stupid? By all means, no. I read and follow your posts much more than many others. We may not always agree on everything; believe it or not, I agree with you more times than not, however, I just do believe that some people's 'wants' here skew the reality of what's behind getting to them.
As I was basically saying is that we all know that an ad is just an ad. (Yes, there is a line that can be crossed) however, people still hold on to the "unlimited access" term which went away years ago.. and people are picking at the "up-to" term a lot, too. (which is explained in the TOS, and as I said, SOME (excuse me) people chose not to read, and even admit it)