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I swear it was posted here once, but i may be projecting that tale on some combo of an andrei/286/znate post.
Im ready for aa 5th of vodica to end my feels.
Asked for a water cup, and got... Water!
Does not compute
You must be Mother Teresa!!!
I got the shotgun. You got the briefcase. It's all in the game though, right?
I actually went today too and got a water cup with water. You guys are rubbing off on me
So, you stole it from somebody.
“Route 1, where everybody meets.” ~Nick Faust #5
A Minnesota woman at the center of a long-running court fight over the unauthorized downloading of copyrighted music said there's still no way she can pay record companies the $222,000 judgment she owes after the U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear her appeal Monday.
The Recording Industry Association of America offered to settle for $5,000 when it first sued, and offered to settle for a $25,000 donation to a charity for music industry people in need after her second trial. She refused both times.
Thomas-Rasset, 35, who works for the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe tribal government, maintained - as she has all along - that she can't afford to pay.
"There's no way that they can collect," she said. "Right now, I get energy assistance because I have four kids. It's just the one income. My husband isn't working. It's not possible for them to collect even if they wanted to. I have no assets."
Thomas-Rasset added that she became a grandmother in June.
Do these restrictions apply to legit torrents or just copyrighted ones?
Just copyrighted ones.
Need a ruling. Let's say some guy on the sports board asks how to download youtube videos. Would it be ethical for me to post the link below? My thinking is that it's a little like using a water cup for soda so I won't do it.
We love YouTube downloaders because they make it so easy to grab and save video from YouTube's inexhaustible, ever-expanding supply.
Holy crap, that's the most 'minefieldy' download I've ever seen. You definitely have to pay attention if you don't want to end up with new toolbars, search engines, etc...
Weren't the twins down in Florida last week?
I literally only stole my sodas from subway and Wendy's all week so it wasn't me
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