boogityboogityboov2 says: "The killer of free market innovation is regulation." I think you really need to remove this statement or revise it to "Regulation can be a killer of free market innovation; regulation can also uproot stagnant refusal of innovation."
» SFB says: Nah, we’ll keep it. The thing is 1) opinions are like such-and-suches, everyone has one and no two will be the same, and let’s face it, you will find a lot of opinions on free market regulation on the internet, and there will be someone who will send me a message complaining that I bothered to change it; and 2) I didn’t say that free market innovation was always a good thing, just that regulations can kill it. Innovation comes with nasty side effects. It sometimes leads to unchecked power, ethical dillemmas, or other negative effects (such as the loss of culture, which the piece touches on). — Ernie @ SFB