If you have options all you have is the promise of money. It's like the lottery.
If you're not sure what to do with the ball, just pop it in the net and we'll discuss your options afterwards.
It's just about giving kids options.
I can't see another way to address these needs. The state is not giving us any options.
It teaches them there are more options.
I think that works to our advantage, too. We have to work harder, and it helps us stay focused more.
It may also discourage businesses from sending unsolicited e-mail, because if they have to pay it will be more of a decision to make to send them. Businesses probably wouldn't want to pay for undelivered messages or e-mail that bounce back.
To write something, you have to risk making a fool of yourself.