Friday, May 20, 2005

I do not wish to condone piracy or the associated mental and physical perversions associated with the pirate lifestyle—but Star Wars III is apparently available on the Internet.

What does this mean?

It means that .000234% of George Lucas’ total revenue will be drained and millions of pasty kids who don’t want to stand in line on Friday will watch the movie tonight and then go pay to see it fifteen times in the next six months. It also means that DRM is all sound and fury, signifying nothing. This outrage cannot stand.

Props to the guys who got copies of it out, complete with art on the DVD itself and cases, in less than 6 hours to the streets of NYC.

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