Kim Dotcom wants you to know that he isn’t a Pirate, guys. No, no, no. His new pirating service that is probably used exclusively for pirating is actually about security. To prove what a solid guy he is, Kimmy claims he has sunk $20,000 into iTunes purchases. Which, you know, is pretty much shit for a guy rich out his jiggly ass.
I’m paraphrasing, obviously. However the guts of the sentiment remains the same. Mark Waid is fine with people pirating his comic books — even the ones that cost money.
You can’t keep a good torrent site down. Unless you’re the slew of porn torrent sites that I used to frequent. In that case you can stake them through the heart and leave me devastated. Not Pirate Bay though, nope. No way.
On occasion, the Universe throws knees-buckling curve balls at you. For example. What the fuck can you do when MPAA Czar Chris Dodd comes out and states that piracy shouldn’t be called theft, besides stand there dumb founded?
Good news! Your probably source for the newest Miley Cyrus jam or copy of Adobe Photoshop is back up and running. The Pirate Bay has returned, set to sail the seas of free.
Pretty ridiculous, you know. In a futuro-awesomeness sort of way. The German Pirate Party is actually winning seats.
All you need to know about the Pirate Bay being blocked in the UK can be learned from watching the first “Pirates of the Carribean” movie where a plucky band of pirating assholes lead by Johnny Depp take on the British-People-Guys and their colonizing brigades.
I can’t be wrong about this, can I?
Fucking China. First they’re getting dope speech balloon-shaped comic book museums, now they’ve got Diablo V and its expansion pack while we’re all waiting for the third. Jealousy.
Last week, Fox changed their fancy licensing voodoo legislation prohibiting non-paying Hulu users from watching new episodes of their shows until eight days after the air date. These much aggrieved users, how’d they react? Motherfuckers pirated. Pirated like you wouldn’t believe.