Re: Re: Because sabotaging the past helps present sales
Nice. I think that they think that they might still have a chance at throttling reality. While they're giving it a good go they are, ultimately, so doomed. So very, very doomed. The lockup is just shy of prison riot and the national guardsmen are likely to be otherwise occupied. I guess that's why there are lawyers.
Boy, even that law occupation is going to be a bust soon in the realm of copyright. "You tellin' me I can't talk right now?" Good one.
While I get it I don't think I'm getting it. These large sites offering these services seem to be only interim middlemen anyway. I think what I mean is that technology is not moving backwards and, let's see now, 1972 + 14 + 14 = 2000. This nightmare's just getting going for information control folks. You're not going to need any YouTubes for very much longer (at least in their current manifestation). While I may be dead before I can use it (or not given the last two decades) we're going to be all meshed up here shortly.
Peer-to-peer seems the natural progression then. Sync a torrent folder and share a video... and that's just what's going down now. Who fears that immediately following? Yes, these copyright bleeders are going to get *slammed*. With no insight beyond infiltration. The funny thing is they keep getting all these chances, all this time, all those works and they have, what? Nothing. Exactly nothing. Forceful rape and manipulation of legislation. Awesome. Those that do deserve the end.
For a two shot capacity at&t charges 39.95 a month. Every shot after that is 19.95. They do have the unlimited capacity magazine plan at 129.95 but they throttle your reload mechanism after 32 shots, barely noticeable unless you haven't controlled the situation just yet. The family shot plan is a bit exorbitant at 399.95 a month for up to five lines but grabbing your kid's phone in a pinch could prove a life saver.
Oh, and if you run a cell gun and you haven't purchased a plan they'll add it on for you at no extra charge for the administrative effort.
Hey, jabber jaws, you want vulgar? I likes reading vulgarities. To me add a few tip bites and you'd be much more interesting to read and would give some merit to the time wasted. And it is, alas, a forum. And, if you're going to fuck-all off on everyone here with your accusations of piracy... fuck piracy, it's fucking infringement, bitch and, right now, if you manage more than your own copyrights on what you, yourself, have created then you're probably fucking up the program. You fucking cunts want to turn shit off on a dime and you do what for me again? Make shit? Riight. Fuck. Off.
You want nature? Go fuck a cricket. Add a hum to your homs and maybe I'll let you get away with accusing me of something like strangling the reptilian cat you're hiding in your ass with a guitar string, you know, something with an actual fucking basis in reality.
I should probably close this box and skip submit but, you know, like a moth to a flame, burnt again.
So, post away, bitch. Relevancy is fleeting either way.
(I forget what your other title is). Now would be a very good time to acknowledge your situation, grovel, perhaps, and offer up a reason for why CISPA is required (keep in fact based please) and specific reasons on why you, a congressperson representing many as well as god and country, support this proposed law.
Ideaz. Send an email to each of his constituents, ask them pointedly "Do you think those that oppose CISPA are 14 years old that live in their basement?" and invite them to a group chat so that they can defend their stance. Screw congressmen, let's just, you know, hook up. Congress is doing it wrong, has been doing it wrong for years and who's left with the pieces? Nah, bitches, you don't get to speak for us for very much longer and it's looking like too long at that.
Re: First, Mike: Obama promising veto means the fix is in.
Wait. Are you really Mike's evil twin? Because I'm starting to go there. I've got conspiracy theories on my mind so you're either the evil twin, an omega reptilian cat alien, a mouse or a timed out troll that thinks it's found its bridge.
Ah, right, and the sig - perhaps make it, I don't know, shorter like.. The Loop Tour 99 mother fuckers!