Pirating (Useless. Was: [RC5] Win32: feature cree
Matthew L Bennett
lord_buttmonkey at juno.com
Sun Nov 30 11:48:44 EST 1997
>I believe in collecting expensive automobiles. I therefore intend to
>my neighbors of theirs. Of course, I won't use them, so therefore its
>perfectly OK... Silly, isn't it? The fact is, even if you only value
>the possession of them, you still owe the money... You don't have the
>choice that you claim that you do have. It isn't a choice of use it
>pay for it or not. It is more like, possess it and pay for it or
Look, if you copy software from a neighbor, ***he still has it***. IF
you take his car, and since it can't be copied, you are really taking it,
then you are stealing.
>Of course I do not. However, the government of the country you live
>does - at least for the local segment of humanity. Especially in a
>semi-democratic government. If Uncle Sam tells you to shoot your next
>door neighbor - go ahead and ignore him, otherwise I'd be a little
>about what laws you pick and choose.
I think he means that laws should only be obeyed if they serve a purpose.
Ex. Marijuana laws serve no purpose, Solution: Disobey them. This kind
of thing has worked in the past.
>which seems rather appropriate here:
As much right you have to worship as you please (and I will not challenge
that right), I can say only this about the bible:
It is a book ridden with inconsistencies, hipocrisy, disobediance of
one's own principles, and lies.
If anyone doesn't like that attitude, I don't really care.
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