So his profit was -30,000 x 1000 = the MPAA owes him 30,000,000. I suggest we get the other party in this terrible crime (the US military) make sure it gets paid.
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He needs to be fined, heavily.
I think that 1000x the amount of profit he made from this patently illegal, immoral, and unAmerican operation would be fair.
Yeah, I stole it from the comments over at the article source. Too good not to share.
[spoiler: it's an amusingly-dubbed video of eccentric Canadian hockey announcer Don Cherry, who wears really loud clothes and makes vigorous table thumping gestures]
Should we be concerned that the company is called "Oilent Green"?
Go to the http://ngrams.googlelabs.com/ site and compare word frequency between 'pirates' and 'ninjas'. Please.
unless necrophilia is involved
All science videos are improved by Yakety Sax.
When I was in high school back in the 70's we had this PDP-8 (not sure of the exact model) computer, the one where you when you turn it on first you set a bunch of toggle switches and then feed in the yellow punch tape to load the OS. It had a keyboard and a huge roll of canary yellow paper that it printed on.
So this kid typed in
10 PRINT "MR BOND SUCKS MOOSE"
20 GOTO 10
and sat there panicking when it just spewed out line after line of MR BOND SUCKS MOOSE so my brother told him "That's too bad, we'll just have to wait til it runs out of paper."
after a while we took pity on him and told him about CONTROL-C
I had some good times with that thing. I wrote a program to do MadLibs, and another one to play craps.