Hi, nice to meet you... question for you: should I take you seriously? I see you missed something entirely and are only focusing on your very narrow tunneled vision. Why don't you go seek help and have that vision fix, OK?
Huh. So I wonder if I ever do make it in the entertainment world and sell my first book, I should take PSY's style and be lax on my infringement enforcement and let people do whatever they want. Then again, I was considering the idea ever since of learning of this site and the different viewpoints of copyright, and with me being a fan-fiction writer that wants to be noticed.
And this is coming from someone who never heard or seen this person's hit video (until I saw a review of it). God I hate being sheltered sometimes...
Look, I like you don't ever experience a problem with DRM... however, I never dealt with it because I never thought about ripping anything! And I don't complain about it because I am satisfy with what I got!
OK, if any other post isn't enough to solidify your stupidity, this is it. Now I know people aren't going to take you seriously.
Really, maybe this is probably an only time where it's all right when you have businesses suing children and older folks for simply enjoying a song or movie online. If you can't take that seriously, then why should we take you seriously?
Who or what said that we're bound by these laws? There's such a thing call COMMON SENSE that's around! You think that maybe people aren't that stupid to think for themselves and realized that their government is not the ones ordering how they operate their lives?
And here's a thing: we can make our dreams reality. We can take what we see in the future and try to make them appear in the present. People will do anything to get to that point in the future where we'll have our hoverboards and jetpacks, and maybe a government that's fair and balance. And you're saying that we're stuck with what we have and should accept it for now? That's freaking stupid! How can't we have our future if we can't change what is already here in the present? If we want that future to appear, we must change the present for it to change!
How are we supposed to take you seriously again? I'm going to keep on asking this until I get an answer.
And during that 100 years, how many pieces of that culture is in the public domain? Hm?
And I have a very creative mind and am very much interested in learning new things. If what you're saying is true, then I don't need anybody, including the government, to make it on my own and strike a deal.
You're just a whining idiot of a troll. Again, are we supposed to take you seriously?
Re: Mike makes so much wrong I can't refute it all in one post.
You know, you can make your own post if you want to... but I don't think anyone will take you seriously once they see who wrote the article. Then again, why don't you have your own blog to rant on? At least that way you aren't mucking up the comments with your insanity and attacks on Mike!
2) Can you can it with the ad-homs and attacks on him? No, wait, you'll be outta a job if you do so...
But on a serious note from me: OK, I might like the idea of having companies being open about their policies, but forcing them by any form of governmental body, or even by anyone? Like the AC above me, that's not exactly a good idea.
And since when is Mike pro-corporate? He has said he'll support the MPAA and wish them success, but not when they're acting like a bunch of idiots trying to take away our fun.