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#52 - Vegans know that, they avoid it as much as they can and hate i…  [+] (1 reply) 12/02/2016 on Pound of Flesh +1
#65 - anon (12/02/2016) [-]
Reading isnt your strong suit is iey
#37 - By that logic, it's wrong to kill cancer because it's human. …  [+] (2 replies) 11/29/2016 on ABORT IT +1
#39 - turbontine (11/29/2016) [-]
Cancer threatens your life, that's the difference. Read the end of my comment, that's the takeaway. I'm done with this argument, it's late & I don't wanna discuss the justification of murder anymore.
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#42 - ninjaroo (11/29/2016) [-]
I mean, sure. I think literally everything you've said so far is so far off the mark that if this were archery you'd have shot the crowd, but sure.
#97 - The burglaries weren't prosecuted because his parents didn't p…  [+] (1 reply) 11/24/2016 on Gruesome Murder +1
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#99 - fuunnokami (11/24/2016) [-]
Eh, guess he was just a psycho then. Hate it when posts like these are just like, guy murdered someone. Guy bad!

And everyone just accepts it as fact
#95 - Wikipedia page says that he was probably a sociopath or psycho…  [+] (3 replies) 11/24/2016 on Gruesome Murder 0
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#96 - fuunnokami (11/24/2016) [-]
Any felonies or anything actually prosecutable?
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#97 - ninjaroo (11/24/2016) [-]
The burglaries weren't prosecuted because his parents didn't press charges, and the forgeries were brought up during the murder trial but the judge dismissed them as irrelevant to the murder. They could have brought him to trial for the forgeries, they had the evidence, but it was sort of a moot point given he was sentenced 50 years to life imprisonment.

Short version: Felonies no, prosecutable yes.
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#99 - fuunnokami (11/24/2016) [-]
Eh, guess he was just a psycho then. Hate it when posts like these are just like, guy murdered someone. Guy bad!

And everyone just accepts it as fact
#159 - It costs them money to release it in places. Yes, including on…  [+] (1 reply) 11/21/2016 on Get this through your head,... 0
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#160 - choobe (11/21/2016) [-]
A big company can definitely afford releasing on Steam though, or worldwide in some other way. I'd have more sympathy with a little company that did this, but as I said, it's never them.

And c'mon man, we went over this in the book analogy. I specifically said that if they wanted people to read it outside a close friend circle or anything like that, aka selling to strangers with no connection to them . If someone wants to keep a project to themselves and their closest ones, that's fine.
#148 - Companies shouldn't have to reveal internal difficulties at t…  [+] (3 replies) 11/20/2016 on Get this through your head,... 0
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#149 - choobe (11/20/2016) [-]
Can we agree that if a company doesn't release a game in a region because of wanting to make it exclusive or just feel that one region should get it before the others without translating or licensing problems or anything, they just feel like it , then you are justified in pirating it? Because if we can't, then this is a pointless discussion.

After that it just comes down to whether or not you give the company the benefit of the doubt. And I don't. You never see small companies doing this, it's just the big ones. Who is it that doesn't let them licence games in a country? Can't they release it worldwide on Steam?
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#159 - ninjaroo (11/21/2016) [-]
It costs them money to release it in places. Yes, including on Steam. Little companies don't do it because they aren't big enough for publishers to fight over. It's never not released just because they don't feel like it.

Even if it was just because they didn't feel like it, I'd reject that you have the right to pirate it. If I made a game and didn't publish it to anyone simply because I didn't feel like it, does that give everyone the right to copy it off my computer? I'd be pissed if someone did that to me.
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#160 - choobe (11/21/2016) [-]
A big company can definitely afford releasing on Steam though, or worldwide in some other way. I'd have more sympathy with a little company that did this, but as I said, it's never them.

And c'mon man, we went over this in the book analogy. I specifically said that if they wanted people to read it outside a close friend circle or anything like that, aka selling to strangers with no connection to them . If someone wants to keep a project to themselves and their closest ones, that's fine.
#146 - There's also that not all companies work on a wage, some work …  [+] (1 reply) 11/20/2016 on The truth about gaming in... 0
#147 - skebaba (11/20/2016) [-]
That's different tho. That's not a wage; it's a commission. We are talking a minimum wage.