The page they host this video on:
"The Donny the Downloader Experience"
I figured air and water - but not wallpaper - were pretty essential, highly regarded things, even if they were free... but, I guess you only realize how special air - like music - is, once you're gasping for it
that video justifies suing a real single mother for 222,000$
I will now download far more illegal music, in protest. Wow.
hope you guys didn't register any real info, chet here is an undercover insider.
This is an excerpt from an HOUR LONG assembly for middle school students.
I could watch an hour, hell I could watch 5 hours of this stuff. They should have more about dropping out of school and moving to LA when you turn 18. And who is the fat woman talking about wallpaper at the end?
I will now download far more illegal music, in support of their idea that that will cause music to become a hobby that everyone does.
I can't imagine anything better than everyone singing the songs they want, regardless of who wrote them. Sort of like it was, say, 80 years ago.
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Sonya, future short-order cook for truckers.
"It's not good to treat music like it's free... [because] music brings a lot to people."
WTF? Why is it that major corporations are finding it as hard to come up with a convincing argument against stealing as Exxon is having a time coming up with a convincing argument against alternative energy?
I just came back from the store and they told me that Wallpaper isn't free. I tried to show them this video to prove that it was but they still wanted me to pay for it. I've now downloaded the pattern from the internet and printed it out and I'm going to glue the computer paper to the walls. I figure this single action against a multimillion dollar industry will bankrupt the wallpaper producers. That'll teach 'em!
That was way gay. And why did Donny the downloader have to be a wigger?
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