March 06, 2005

Go Aymon for finding this

     So, Aymon's blog is quite a tad bit more.... how shall I say.. risque then mine. He has a tendancy to talk about things that... lets just say "push the legal envelope." But what really impressed me was a great disclaimer he has. I'm assuming he found it on some web page offering viruses or telling you how to eat fire or something ridiculas like that, but the point is that it is a very good warning to put on any page where you offer certain information that you advertise as fact. The reason I'm putting this up is to cover my ass about the P2P article, because you never know if someone might get arrested for the information I provided there, and therefore I find myself in need...


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Posted by Kickmyassman at March 6, 2005 09:39 PM

You, know, an easier way to steal cd's would be to take them out of the packaging.

Posted by: Louie at March 7, 2005 10:13 PM

I think it'd look more suspicious if you were opening packadges in the store then just pocketing them.

Posted by: kit at March 7, 2005 11:17 PM
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