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The law ultimately affects the real world, justice is just a vague concept that isn't even the same for everyone (neither is the law, I suppose). But breaking the law is not by itself immoral, only the underlying act may or may not be, while injustice is almost always immoral (by definition, for some definitions of justice).
Justice is the enforcement of the law, which is a replacement for people figuring out on their own what is right and wrong, and as such, both point to essentially the non-existence (it never has existed, actually) of intelligent life on this planet.
That's the reason for children, they make good remotes.
There are so many ways I disagree with you I find my fingers "tongue-tied."
I recall a 3 year old discovering the window buttons. When I hit the "parent lock" on the window, I discovered the 3 year old's maximum decibel level. Perhaps you were talking about older children? But then you invariably have to listen to their music, which defies all recognition of anything musical in the content. Not to mention the inane amount of channel surfing.
The upshot is, the buttons are on the steering wheel for a reason!
I've used a Dension[^] for my car and it worked great while it worked. Bluetooth streaming and in-car call handling was OK (though sound quality not great on Bluetooth) but it did allow me to plug my iPhone in and stream / charge which was great.
It lasted about 9 months and then the bluetooth module gave up the ghost, but it still works when the phone's physically plugged into it.
Another indication that Toyotas are better than Mercedes.
My 2013 Corolla has that standard, linked my Droid with hardly any effort (the sales guy did it). But I usually listen to music off a USB flash drive rather than the phone. If (and only if) I have the system set to play music from the phone, then navigation instructions are played through the car as well.
The biggest issue is that the Toyota system is crap at randomizing tracks.
That's the setup I had, until I moved my primary workstation to a Surface Pro...I have it hooked up to an external USB3 dock (Plugable UD-3000), and it's now running those 3 monitors. With the tablet itself, that's 4 display devices, and frankly, I hardly ever use the 4th one.
That's not to say I hadn't tried it until then--but I had come to the same conclusion; I don't use the 4th one.
All three monitors are 24" 1920x1200; two in portrait mode, the third in landscape. Works well enough for VS and tons of floating windows.