| | Re: Verizon deletes features
Larry <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in
> "J. H. Holliday" <doc@ok> wrote in
>>> No.. It's like "Let's buy a car that doesn't advertise it comes with
>>> power windows and power door locks, but get pissed off that it
>> I think it would be more like getting that new car home only to find
>> that some of the standard features which the particular model comes
>> with have been removed by the dealer...
> That's better....and more to the truth.
> If everybody else's Honda Mega came with power windows and yours did,
> but were disabled by the dealer....that'd be about right....(c;
> How stupid....
No- the proper analogy would be to buy a car in California only to *****
about the poorer gas mileage than one sold in North Carolina due to the
additional emission controls. Same model, same make, different
performance. And just like cell phones, the performance issue is one of
public record, meaning that those that whine about it didn't do thier
It's just further proof that American society has devolved into a bunch of
helpless children that need somebody to run around behind them wiping their