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#18 - She found out later about what happened and dumped him, so not really  [+] (1 new reply) 09/17/2014 on FJ gets a guy laid +5
#75 - echobeast (09/18/2014) [-]
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#122 - Yeah, it's really unfortunate when people download games they … 09/09/2014 on yes +1
#111 - If it's a game you dont enjoy in the first place, then why wou…  [+] (2 new replies) 09/09/2014 on yes +2
User avatar #120 - mtndewisgreat (09/09/2014) [-]
And that's what I mean about advertising, I'm sure there are people who just download every game and play it whether or not they know anything about it, and there are people who specifically watched and waited for one game to download and play it. You are correct, but the numbers still show that there's a reason to create demand. To keep people from stealing games. Some people don't steal, they just test and buy. Some don't. Like I said, it's a numbers game, money you know. Pirating is still a loss of money in the long run for companies. Not saying some companies deserve it, or that I wouldn't buy a game I ended up liking anyways. I'm just talking about the facts.
User avatar #122 - wisdomtooth (09/09/2014) [-]
Yeah, it's really unfortunate when people download games they get the full entertainment out of and still dont pay for it, just to be stingy. It's basically the same as sneaking into a movie theater to watch a movie. Piracy is a touchy topic, because there's good that it brings and there's also a lot of bad that it brings. Especially in the music industry with how easy it is to just download an artist's whole discography for free
#105 - "When there is a monitor at my work (Office Max) that is …  [+] (4 new replies) 09/09/2014 on yes +1
User avatar #106 - mtndewisgreat (09/09/2014) [-]
Piracy creates lower demand, if you already have the game for free, how can they get you to buy it? The flip side of this is advertisement. If you show the game to your friends and let them play it, the company might make more sales. Usually though, it's a net loss in money.
User avatar #111 - wisdomtooth (09/09/2014) [-]
If it's a game you dont enjoy in the first place, then why would you buy it anyways? I treat pirating as my own personal demo system. If I like the game, then I'll buy it! There's no reason not to if you're getting your moneys worth of entertainment and enjoyment from it. If I dont like it, then I uninstall it. It's a hell of a lot better than spending 60 dollars on a high end game, it turning out to be shit, and then having your money be completely wasted. There are barely any people out there other than teenagers or college students with lack of money who would never be able to buy the game in the first place as well, so the demand virtually doesn't exist from those groups in the first place
User avatar #120 - mtndewisgreat (09/09/2014) [-]
And that's what I mean about advertising, I'm sure there are people who just download every game and play it whether or not they know anything about it, and there are people who specifically watched and waited for one game to download and play it. You are correct, but the numbers still show that there's a reason to create demand. To keep people from stealing games. Some people don't steal, they just test and buy. Some don't. Like I said, it's a numbers game, money you know. Pirating is still a loss of money in the long run for companies. Not saying some companies deserve it, or that I wouldn't buy a game I ended up liking anyways. I'm just talking about the facts.
User avatar #122 - wisdomtooth (09/09/2014) [-]
Yeah, it's really unfortunate when people download games they get the full entertainment out of and still dont pay for it, just to be stingy. It's basically the same as sneaking into a movie theater to watch a movie. Piracy is a touchy topic, because there's good that it brings and there's also a lot of bad that it brings. Especially in the music industry with how easy it is to just download an artist's whole discography for free
#101 - But what about the example that you gave with the computer mon…  [+] (6 new replies) 09/09/2014 on yes +2
User avatar #103 - mtndewisgreat (09/09/2014) [-]
I'm not sure what you mean,
User avatar #105 - wisdomtooth (09/09/2014) [-]
"When there is a monitor at my work (Office Max) that is outdated, you know what we have to do? Smash it. That way instead of lessening the demand for a monitor by giving it away, we keep the demand and have a newer one to sell"

You smash the monitor instead of giving it away to prevent a loss in the demand for the product, I understand that, but how does that relate to piracy?
User avatar #106 - mtndewisgreat (09/09/2014) [-]
Piracy creates lower demand, if you already have the game for free, how can they get you to buy it? The flip side of this is advertisement. If you show the game to your friends and let them play it, the company might make more sales. Usually though, it's a net loss in money.
User avatar #111 - wisdomtooth (09/09/2014) [-]
If it's a game you dont enjoy in the first place, then why would you buy it anyways? I treat pirating as my own personal demo system. If I like the game, then I'll buy it! There's no reason not to if you're getting your moneys worth of entertainment and enjoyment from it. If I dont like it, then I uninstall it. It's a hell of a lot better than spending 60 dollars on a high end game, it turning out to be shit, and then having your money be completely wasted. There are barely any people out there other than teenagers or college students with lack of money who would never be able to buy the game in the first place as well, so the demand virtually doesn't exist from those groups in the first place
User avatar #120 - mtndewisgreat (09/09/2014) [-]
And that's what I mean about advertising, I'm sure there are people who just download every game and play it whether or not they know anything about it, and there are people who specifically watched and waited for one game to download and play it. You are correct, but the numbers still show that there's a reason to create demand. To keep people from stealing games. Some people don't steal, they just test and buy. Some don't. Like I said, it's a numbers game, money you know. Pirating is still a loss of money in the long run for companies. Not saying some companies deserve it, or that I wouldn't buy a game I ended up liking anyways. I'm just talking about the facts.
User avatar #122 - wisdomtooth (09/09/2014) [-]
Yeah, it's really unfortunate when people download games they get the full entertainment out of and still dont pay for it, just to be stingy. It's basically the same as sneaking into a movie theater to watch a movie. Piracy is a touchy topic, because there's good that it brings and there's also a lot of bad that it brings. Especially in the music industry with how easy it is to just download an artist's whole discography for free
#99 - How does that work exactly? You dont pirate something and just…  [+] (8 new replies) 09/09/2014 on yes +1
User avatar #100 - mtndewisgreat (09/09/2014) [-]
Because there's no potential for it anymore, you already have it. Before downloading it, there's still a chance. Nobody knows what they may change their mind on later.
User avatar #101 - wisdomtooth (09/09/2014) [-]
But what about the example that you gave with the computer monitor? I can understand how giving away an outdated piece of equipment away might reduce demand in the market, but how does that relate to taking something for yourself in the case of pirating? I can understand how pirating something would take away the potential for it to be bought, but in most cases if someone really wants something, he or she will purchase it anyways
User avatar #103 - mtndewisgreat (09/09/2014) [-]
I'm not sure what you mean,
User avatar #105 - wisdomtooth (09/09/2014) [-]
"When there is a monitor at my work (Office Max) that is outdated, you know what we have to do? Smash it. That way instead of lessening the demand for a monitor by giving it away, we keep the demand and have a newer one to sell"

You smash the monitor instead of giving it away to prevent a loss in the demand for the product, I understand that, but how does that relate to piracy?
User avatar #106 - mtndewisgreat (09/09/2014) [-]
Piracy creates lower demand, if you already have the game for free, how can they get you to buy it? The flip side of this is advertisement. If you show the game to your friends and let them play it, the company might make more sales. Usually though, it's a net loss in money.
User avatar #111 - wisdomtooth (09/09/2014) [-]
If it's a game you dont enjoy in the first place, then why would you buy it anyways? I treat pirating as my own personal demo system. If I like the game, then I'll buy it! There's no reason not to if you're getting your moneys worth of entertainment and enjoyment from it. If I dont like it, then I uninstall it. It's a hell of a lot better than spending 60 dollars on a high end game, it turning out to be shit, and then having your money be completely wasted. There are barely any people out there other than teenagers or college students with lack of money who would never be able to buy the game in the first place as well, so the demand virtually doesn't exist from those groups in the first place
User avatar #120 - mtndewisgreat (09/09/2014) [-]
And that's what I mean about advertising, I'm sure there are people who just download every game and play it whether or not they know anything about it, and there are people who specifically watched and waited for one game to download and play it. You are correct, but the numbers still show that there's a reason to create demand. To keep people from stealing games. Some people don't steal, they just test and buy. Some don't. Like I said, it's a numbers game, money you know. Pirating is still a loss of money in the long run for companies. Not saying some companies deserve it, or that I wouldn't buy a game I ended up liking anyways. I'm just talking about the facts.
User avatar #122 - wisdomtooth (09/09/2014) [-]
Yeah, it's really unfortunate when people download games they get the full entertainment out of and still dont pay for it, just to be stingy. It's basically the same as sneaking into a movie theater to watch a movie. Piracy is a touchy topic, because there's good that it brings and there's also a lot of bad that it brings. Especially in the music industry with how easy it is to just download an artist's whole discography for free
#10 - Just man up and tear it off! The most you have to worry about … 09/08/2014 on aw yiss +1
#8 - It looks like a cardboard toilet paper tube, so I guess it wou…  [+] (3 new replies) 09/08/2014 on aw yiss +4
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#11 - 4chan refugee (09/08/2014) [-]
you know it is a pet just like dogs and such right?.... you have to walk with them n shit...
User avatar #10 - wisdomtooth (09/08/2014) [-]
Just man up and tear it off! The most you have to worry about is a few scratches or nibbles. Plus ferrets are squirmy little things, Im sure it could work itself out of it given time

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