A one-time school project gone terribly, terribly wrong.

31 October 2006

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Part text of a comment I posted a couple of days ago at Raincoaster, whose kinda-cute-in-a-pointy-sorta-way head no longer fits most of her hats since she became dot com (though that's not to say that she's allowed herself to become spoiled).
If these pricks can keep suing to keep people from viewing content that it’s perfectly legal to record on a VCR, and which has already been broadcast into the public sphere, then I shall set up a newspaper and sue Reuters, AP, and internet service providers for infringement of copyright on weather reports.

I will also lobby for a “blank media levy” on foolscap paper, newsprint, and cocktail napkins.

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