That sucks, it is really making me think twice about downloading some stuff. But hwo can afford $1 per song and software prices are going up,and then we got gas prices almost hitting $4.00 per gallon. What can a person do.
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Super Dave:Looking at that photo...isn't that Kamrooz?!!!
lmao that's exactly what I thought too when I saw the picture.
Another one bites the dust hey hey Another one bites the dust and another one down an...............................................................................
It could happen to anyone! I really believe someone out there with a lot of money needs to make a system where they don't profit and we are buying songs at a kind of wholesale price. After all I refuse to buy actual Cd's or DVD's just because the technology to download is there and it will save wacting valuable elements such as trees! If only more people had the same opinion!
Thats some funny sh_t that what I was thinking! I dont think he,ll be coming back!! LOL
Dam_ someone go get the BEAST before the FEDS get it!
If somehow the software and digital media industry managed to stop piracy, The open software movement would really take off.
It's impossible to stop piracy. There will always be free ways to get music on the interweb because it's such a basic thing (merely a small several MB file).
Lol, this is probably the funniest joke I heard today. You made my day Super Dave! That's what I was thinking too. But yeah, whenever you do something illegal, you never know when you get cought. It might not be right aways, just like in 10 years. It's creepy!
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