Hook it up.
Hook it up.
those feinbergs are the shit. I wish I was a size 7.
- Eben Moglen
DO YOU UNDERSTAND? Those who can pay do so as an act of gratitude not an act of coercion. Those who can not pay are still "reaping all the human value of every increase of knowledge". There is a big difference between intellectual property and property (some would even argue that all property is theft). I understand that this would require a great shift (for the better) in the collective consciousness of society . . . so what are you waiting for?
Last edited by IROLLDOLO; 20.02.2011 at 18:58.
I still don't think you understand what I am trying to say. No sales would be lost if all who could pay (would have paid) did so. Those who can not pay would never have paid in the first place. The moral responsibility lies with the individual to be honest to themselves about paying. It's not a "wonderland", it's merely a piece in the puzzle of changing the world from a place of authoritarian domination to a place of harmony.
"You must pay!"
"Pay if you can, but I would still like you to enjoy my work if you can not."
Do you see? If people never envisioned a better world, how would the world get better?
And, saying that "rollerblading is a struggling industry" is nothing but a cop-out. Rollerblading is one of the most progressive subcultures there is (whether rollerbladers are conscious of it or not). The ideology should reflect the act.
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Hahaha, I got Short Cheap Flick sitting on my computer READY to be uploaded. Give me an excuse . . .
i'm not saying that purchasing your rollerblading videos instead of downloading them will fix everything. i for one, would be very pleased to hear that rollerbladers are banking 5G's off of a section like ranier in fruitbooter. instead, everyone expects tip-top performances from rollerbladers showcased in these videos...while whoever is producing the video is barely breaking even in distribution costs.