Yes It Should While I am not a big fan of governemnt intrusion into things like hunting, I think that hunting for sport is a somewhat cruel and also very wasteful form of entertainment. I have no problems with hunting should the purpose be to acquire food or fur, something along those lines, as then such an activity serves an adequate purpose.
I vote no. I have seen no evidence that gives me reason to believe he is a spy. A norweigian perhaps, but certainly not a spy. But I am not an expert so I don't really know for certain. This would most certainly be an interesting topic for a debate, though. I would participate in it, after I had the time to do some research.
No they are not technically illegal. It is not technically illegal to torrent in the U.S. The reason is because you are simply sharing copyrighted material, not selling it. If you sold the copyrighted files, then yes, that would be illegal. But sharing is not. People share music, movies, games, and many other things through torrents because it is an excellent way to save money.
That being said, while it is not illegal, it can be dangerous if not done properly. First off, the downloaded files can be corrupted with viruses and malware. If you have ample security programs, this should not be a problem.
Secondly, and more importantly, the holders of the copyright for what you are downloading often take part in torrenting themselves. Why? Because by doing so, they have the ability to see the IP addresses of the seeders and leeches. Then it is a simple matter to call up the ISP of those people and make trouble. True, even though they probably wouldn't win a lawsuit should it come down to that, the threat of legal expenses, such as that of an attorney, are persuasive negotiation tactics in getting the ISP to act. That is why torrenters should use a reliable VPN, so that they avoid conflict.
I vote no. Apple is a leader in its field with inventions and many other things. The company also has better customer service and is more profitable to own too. Thus, I must conclude without a doubt that Apple is indeed a better company than Verizon now, and probably also in the future.
No I don't I don't avoid anyone in public. I attempt to be friendly and courteous to everyone I meet, regardless of skin differences. And since I live in one of the most racially diverse areas of the country (southeastern United States) racism isn't much of a problem either. Most people here treat everyone else like real people which they are, not a less involved species. True, there is the occasional racist here and there, but they are struggling with their own problems, and are hateful for that reason (or they are perhaps somewhat ignorant).