The amount of corrupt stuff they have done over the years is shocking. That includes [...] suing INDIES FOR RELEASING THEIR OWN STUFF FOR FREE.
Perhaps the indies being sued are producing work that's derivative of or otherwise substantially similar to one or more works whose copyright is owned by a major incumbent publisher. This is especially likely in music, where it can be proven that there are only about 105 million possible distinct musical hooks. (Want me to clarify?)
If MPAA is a problem, then stop buying MPAA movies.
But is there a viable alternative? I thought U.S. theater chains had a policy of showing only movies rated by MPAA. And I thought all free-to-air television that isn't PBS was MPAA. (NBC shares a corporate parent with Universal, ABC with Disney, CBS with Paramount, and Fox with, well, Last Century Fox.)
Or rather, you should cough up the cash to purchase current legal offerings that are similar
Until the copyright owner of the original successfully sues anyone else who produces something similar.
The rest produced a bunch of bootleg organic results and no ads:
- song of the south torrent
- spartakus and the sun beneath the sea download
- spartakus and the sun beneath the sea torrent
- pinocchio and the emperor of the night download
- pinocchio and the emperor of the night torrent
She and her cronies are fucking pirates
With which mass copyright infringers is she having sexual contact?
Of course Apple switched to Intel and picked ARM for the iPhone and other iDevices, and then... well... where is PowerPC now?
Apple has been using ARM in handheld devices since the freaking Newton. It was in fact one of the first adopters of ARM.
Then the gnome3/unity crap started
I used GNOME 2 during 11.04 when this Unity crap started getting included. Once GNOME 2 became "fallback" in 11.10, I put up with Unity for a month, but after that I did sudo apt-get install xubuntu-desktop and never looked back. The only drawback is that I can't think of what the f in Xfce is supposed to stand for after the decade-old migration from XForms to GTK+.
Glucose should just be outlawed
So should oxidane.
But when you outlaw life, only outlaws will live.
There's a difference: HFCs means "hydrofluorocarbons", while "HFCS" means "high-fructose corn syrup".
Perhaps it might have something to do with the fact that juice from concentrate counts as 100% juice. Might they have been reconstituting it with HFCS water instead of plain water? I looked on Skeptics Stack Exchange but they couldn't turn up the lawsuit either.