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February 08, 2011, 06:43:19 AM
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Also, the fact is that corporations and rich bastards coerce me all the time. They get to use the state to do it, so when it comes to them, I'm not going to back down.

To defeat copyright, one must create a more interesting stream of materials for people to consume.

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February 10, 2011, 04:47:44 AM
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Also, the fact is that corporations and rich bastards coerce me all the time. They get to use the state to do it, so when it comes to them, I'm not going to back down.

To defeat copyright, one must create a more interesting stream of materials for people to consume.

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