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LuckyTrouble said:
TheDarkShape said:
ps3-sales! said:
TheGoldenBoy said:
It's stealing.

I don't believe I need to explain to you why stealing is wrong.

You are the reason why the 1% laughs at people. 

If you want to fork over $15 for that new music album or movie to makes millionaires  more millions, have fun.

Christ, you're a moron.

Hi there.  I'm one of those non-millionaires who works on movies, and I've absolutely lost work because projects were shut down due to lack of money stemming from, you guessed it, piracy.

You're a thief.  Own it.

Tastes salty. You may have been told the project got shutdown due to piracy, but the fact is, if something is worth buying, people will spend money on it. You only have yourself to blame if you turn out a product nobody wants that nobody buys. If it never went up for piracy, that just means there would be almost no audience rather than the small one it got.

If you want to be bitter and blame piracy, you can do it all day everyday, standing on a street corner shouting through a megaphone in your nearest big city's downtown. Recognize that you're wrong though. Piracy is not substantial enough to finanically impact a project, and even then, you make the entirely wrong assumption that every download is a lost sale. Demand for a product and demand for a paid product are two very different things.

Thank you.  Please tell me more about the situation that I went through that you, in fact, did not.

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