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Revenge against textbook publishers

September 5, 2013

FLINT — I spent more than $400 on books the other day. “Wow,” you’re thinking, “400 bucks, you must really like to read.” I do. But the books weren’t for me....

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concernedresident

Sep-05-13 3:56 PM

That's the beauty about the internet. It's still kind of like the wild west, if you know how to do it you can get almost anything you want.

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concernedresident

Sep-05-13 3:52 PM

Downloading a song or movie from the internet is NOT the same as stealing a car. A lot of times, I download a song or album or movie with the intention of buying it later on and just wanting to preview the quality of either item. Honestly though, sometimes I do not decide to purchase said downloaded and just keep the download, but other times I do buy what I download because I like holding a physical product in my hands and actually owning it in my collection. NOW, can this be said for stealing a car? NO. I can't go lift a car on main street take it for a cruise and if caught not just go to jail. I can say "well, Officer, I only wanted to try it out I might wanna buy this model eventually."

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