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Desc:Anti-piracy ad. 'This is your life. This is your life on Bittorrent.'
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Buy the DVD and sit through this very ad on something you payed actual money for!

Bittorrent verifies each piece as it comes in, and pieces are typically under 1 mb. It's actually pretty great.
This ad is a lie, and bittorrent is simple and fast to use.

This has the same air of pitiable desperation as those "Look for the Union Label" ads from the 70s.
They were wrong to think that they could pull this off without MC Double Def.

I watched a pirated copy of X-Men Origins: Wolverine and still thought I got ripped off. They really can't go with "You wouldn't download a purse" stance because piracy in this form isn't theft of anything so they felt like they could make pirates feel left out of the fun.

There was an episode of Yu-Gi-Oh like that. Where this bad guy made May be in the Shadow Realm and put her in some floating hourglass Yu-Gi and crew played in the ocean without her and they were happy. She screamed "NOOOO" but it was too late because she was living her worst fear.
"You wouldn't download a car!"

Also: http://i52.tinypic.com/169gjtt.jpg

I was kinda torn on this issue, but now that it's been explained using Yu-Gi-Oh characters I think I can finally form an opinion. Jeffrey Katzenberg = Exodia

I downloaded a loaf of bread to feed my family.

Caminante Nocturno
There's a character in the latest incarnation of Yu-Gi-Oh that looks like Kallen from Code Geas, and it really throws me off.

When you pay money to watch Die Hard 4, you're not just getting a movie. You're getting a group of friends, who are all clean-cut and attractive. You'll also get a nicer room than the guy who downloaded the movie. Also, your friend will high-five you and you will eat popcorn. But deep down all of it will feel hollow and meaningless, because you will never be able to escape the horrible fact that you paid money to watch Die Hard 4.

What, like you can't leave your computer downloading while you're at work?
aw all those poor millionaires
Aw all those poor hundreds of set builders, costume designers, and camera operators getting screwed over because their bosses are rich so stealing is OK

I have a friend who is a boom mic operator, and he ain't a billionaire.

Jet Bin Fever
you have a friend?

yes, set builders totally get paid based on how much the movies they work on gross. I'm sure they also get merchandising rights too. also fairy dust and angel kisses

Don't waste your time doing things that are fun while you download movies! Go to a painfully mundane job and buy those movies instead!
Innocent Bystander
If that group of people considers Dodgeball to be a great movie to watch, I think I'd pick the lonely dark room too.
My thoughts exactly.

Better solution: neither pay for nor rent movies. Who the fuck over the age of 17 and with hair on their balls watches movies anymore?
This man is Sisyphus; downloading is his boulder.

Jet Bin Fever
Trust me, if you have waited this long to see Dodgeball or Die Hard 4, you can safely wait just a little longer.
And why no token sassy black lady or nonthreatening black guy?
Caminante Nocturno
I almost feel obligated to illegally download those movies now. "Almost" because you couldn't pay me to watch either of them.
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