Anymore the online PC games I play are MMO's..My husband was going to buy BF3 and he was very very excited about it, but their DRM stopped him in his tracks and he refuses to buy it. DRM has made PC game companies lose at least 2 customers right here.
My husband drives me nuts because even when I tell him what website to go to.. say worldofwarcraft.com instead of typing it in the address bar he always and I mean always types it into google and just visits the website that way. I know I'm weird for it bothering me but it's like ummm why couldn't you save yourself the click and just typed it in the address bar?!?!?....Anyway my point is I'm absolutly positive that he's not the only person out of the tons of people on the internet who uses google in this manner...so yeah most people already know what they are looking for I think.
The old school D&D might have been light gang activity compared to the new breed of RP players out there..this gang of MMORPG players is a few million strong and if you can't do your role in killing whom they choose your gonna be taken out. They have uniform requirements in which each piece of clothing you wear is giving a rating and if your rating isn't high enough then you are relegated to the level dog until it does.
Over and over again the sub-leaders of this massive organization gather together hovering over their computers using long distance communication to bark out orders and requirements which must be complied with or die. When will it end? Who will stop this horrible phenomenon of gang activity?
I'm a 35 year old housewife, who never even finished high school. But over a year ago I realized we were paying way to much for nothing with cable t.v. We cut it off, I hooked a computer to the t.v. and we've been just fine with hulu, netflix, and the occasional Itunes and Amazon purchase ever since. It has saved us a ton of cash and we find we spend less time watching t.v. now and more time in other activities.
No it's not the name brand that's important it's the cost of those particular brands I was alluding too. Which let's face it are more expensive than generic smokes and a bic lighter. The fact is somebody found them and didn't think "Oh well she can obviously afford more" and decide to keep it. They were kind enough to send them back regardless.
I once accidentally left my cigarette case at a bus stop down town. There was a a full pack of Marlboro's in it along with my $20.00 zippo and my identification card and $30.00 in it. 2-3 weeks later I received it in the mail, everything was inside it and there was no return address.
I know it's not the same as having something stolen, but this story reminded me of that.
This indeed seems to be a manipulation of the law. It sounds like the guy was upset his footage & song were used without permission, not that he was trying to silence Moore, whom I'm generally a fan of.