Not pirating games is COSTING YOU MONEY. Pirated games usually do work. You don't fund terrorism by downloading games yourself through, say, Bittorrent, via, say, Torrentspy.com, then burning them to DVD with, say, DVD Decrypter set in, say, Write Mode. At worst piracy only funds the bloke you bought it off, who will spend the money on a new graphics card or more blank DVDs. If pirated games are rubbish, it doesn't really matter! The reason non-pirated games are so expensive is because everyone's a GREEDY CAPITALIST PIG who wants a better car - and YOU'RE PAYING FOR IT. Widespread piracy among the poor means they have more money to spend on alcohol and cigarettes, shaving up to 10 years from their life expectancy -- saving the taxpayer money in the long run. Buying pirate games from market stalls helps keep Britain's dying markets alive, helping us hold on to our national identity in these ever changing times. If piracy is so bad, how come companies are allowed to make DVD writers and sell blank DVDs? Making the 50 Cent game available for free will greatly affect its profitability, thus making the prospect of a sequel less likely. Downloading games yourself funds things like paying your Council Tax, which is a good thing! The only victims of piracy are shops that think it's OK to charge 50 quid for a new game (Tesco, Call of Duty 2 on Xbox 360).
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When men used to till the pages by hand.
12 years of wheat and chaff in one vast and impenetrable mass.
Some updates weren't universally hated by the entire world within seconds of being uploaded.
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Some people we might've MET. Or at least seen in a room and been near.
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Having one is compulsory, apparently. Ours is here. It is not meant to be funny.
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It came with the template. Maybe in 2014 we'll jump on board the Twitter train and put that in here. Or a radio. That'd be nice.