...there must be a lot of productive people here on Slashdot.
I have had it with these motherfucking snakes on this motherfucking island!
spidweb writes "One Indie developer has written a nuanced article on a how software piracy affects him, approaching the issue from the opposite direction. He lists the ways in which the widespread piracy of PC games helps him. From the article: 'You don't get everything you want in this world. You can get piles of cool stuff for free. Or you can be an honorable, ethical being. You don't get both. Most of the time. Because, when I'm being honest with myself, which happens sometimes, I have to admit that piracy is not an absolute evil. That I do get things out of it, even when I'm the one being ripped off.' The article also tries to find a middle ground between the Piracy-Is-Always-Bad and Piracy-Is-Just-Fine sides of the argument that might enable single-player PC games to continue to exist."
...I don't use the term "hella", but a ton of my northern CA friends do. (They claim the term was born in the bay area.) I hope I'm not forced to use the term by naming this number "hella".
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I'd like to see Google IM.