Loc: In Your Servers
<br>Ok I have a number of cdís purchased by my hard earned money blood sweat and tears.<br>In most cases it cost me wear and tear on my vehicle gas oil and my own time to go buy these cdís.I paid for them and was taxed on them.<br>But are they mine ?<br>I can bend them break them throw them like a frisbee,I can give them as a gift or loan one to you if you break into my house and steal them I can have you prosecuted.<br>Now to play these cdís I had to buy equipment play them more gas more oil more time on my part plus money for the equipment.<br>Now I have the cdís and the equipment I need electricity to operate the d@mn thing also a cd rack to store them.<br>Great Im ready to go got all of it together and Im listing to my cd on my equipment that has cost me gas,tires,oil my time not to mention the wear and tear on my shoes.<br>But the cdís are not mine because.<br>I can play them loan them give them away I can trade them beat them with a hammer but I canít share them.<br>So what do I own the jewell case ?<br><br>Don't eat my french fries they are copyrighted<br>not for public consumption
You know... that would be really funny to actually send the record companies a bill for that - just to see what kind of response it gets you!!! <br><br>[color:red] Kiss My Banana!</font color=red><br>Visit me here!
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Loc: Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Swatty, you bought the license to use, you never bought the actual product... Even the license to use has its restictions..<br><br>So, stop drinking and pull your act together.. MacBabes are watching..<br><br>
Loc: In Your Servers
Number1 I dont drink <br>Number 2 I bought Music cd's,if music cd's are software why don't the upgrade my older versions like Alvin and the Chipmunk's to a revised edition like Alvin and the Chipmunks version 1.1?<br>Number 3 Don't try to get me in trouble with the MacBabes <br>So all in all I own the jewell cases<br><br>Don't eat my french fries they are copyrighted<br>not for public consumption
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