When I was young, a truck full of chocolate bars lost its load a few streets from my house. By the time the police turned up â€“ which was, annoyingly, long before IÂ found out about it â€“ the cargo had gone. People didnâ€™t take the chocolate because they were forced to; they took it because, hey! Free chocolate! The rewards were so attractive and the risk of being caught was so remote that half the town went on a three-day Wispa binge.
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Very well said Gary. I concur. The reality of illegal downloading is obfuscated by several tonnes of bullshit
Yeah. It’s probably too far gone to change now, though. Napster was, what? Twelve years ago?
Dammit, I’ve made myself feel old again.