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FoTW Re: College students care more about beer than software

Well, well, well...

If it isn't A$$lee beating the old software Piracy drum again???? SOS DD huh, ASSlee???

Your implied attitude that stealing of software by college students is no big deal is nothing new now is it A$$lee. Interestingly the BSA's report sounds an awfully lot like what I have posted in the past about Piracy. You seem to think large corporations like Microsoft who violate anti-trust laws to reap billions in profits, are criminals but college students who are more interested in keg parties aren't thieves or immoral for stealing. Is this another one of your double standards of the World??? You seem to hold the belief that Piracy is no big deal and that these college kids will grow up to be good, honest, law abiding citizens when they go out into the real World. Do you have any evidence of this as reality seems to be much closer to the BAS's beliefs than yours. My observations are that unethical, immoral college students tend to hold those same personal values for most of their lives. Some of them even become journalists and write trash to support unethical and illegal behavior. What irony, huh A$$lee, steal then get paid for writing about it. And to justify the Piracy as no big deal because you are stealing from large corporations seems to be a popular rationale for those living in fantasy land.

With any luck these types will get to practice their logic in a courtroom and prison. Serves them right, don't it ASSlee??? Shit still stinks no matter how you dress it up. Ain't that right A$$lee.

Randy

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