drieuxster (drieuxster) wrote,
drieuxster
drieuxster

MoJoWire aligns with Satanist in hatred against the free market.

The whiners whine:
... the RIAA fires up the Nixon Skull Bong and decides that recording your CDs that you bought from the record store on to your own computer for your own personal use is a a copyright violation.

Now if only they could figure out a way to make the CDs temporary, so that after one or two listens it crashes the data and you have to buy a new one.

This is clearly an American business model.

[ cf van.mojo: Hate to Say He Told Us So... ]
HELLO!!!!
MEMORY IS TERRORISM!!!
is not just for breakfast anymore!!!

The really great Marketting Model will be the legally mandated national security directive to purge anyone's mind of products that they are not licensed to be aware that they knew. This way the song will always be fresh and exciting and as virginal as the first time that people bought it, EACH AND EVERY TIME!!!!

Why wait for a change in formating!

It's about stopping the TERRORISTS!!!!

It's About Making America AMERICAN again!!!!

Now more than ever all true Patriotically corrector than thou will be voting BushCheney2008 each and every time that they can recall.
Tags: bushcheney2008, economics
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