Thoughts? If you're enjoying a consumer or educational experience in a software or media, free/pirating is acceptable. If you're making money off something, however, you should be using a legitimately acquired piece of software. Don't complain people don't believe something you sell is worth the money when that amount of people don't buy it. Just like how Adobe thinks $700 for consumer personal use of their software is anywhere near a good deal.
The "typical pirate", i.e. that 18-34 guy living in China most likely either doesn't have money to pay for software or can't legally purchase the software in the first place. I wonder, did they include questions about income of those surveyed?
Where can I get DVD Blanks like that?
Dogs are great judges of character, and if your dog doesn't like somebody being around, you shouldn't trust them.
only 13 percent of us are real pirates? well isn't that a slap in the face.......
I invoke my fifth amendment rights and decline to properly comment with my opinion, as I think doing so might self incriminate. :P
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hey wait a sec didn't some one just post something like this :
Cop suspended after illegally downloading movie to his squad car computer
in the Unusually Interesting & Startling News Thread
Edit :After all it was an Owen Wilson movie 'Hall Pass' and maybe should be included in the doughnut-pie chart for the results too.!
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