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  • I don't like the RIAA or copyright law, not one bit, but the argument that the RIAA is just a bunch of crooks thereby making theft OK is just not enough for me. I have never used napster or anything like it on the net but I have shared music with friends in limited amounts much of which made us all buy CDs of the music we sampled. People say they have the best interests of the artists in mind but, let's be realistic, I don't think that's true. We all want some new tunes and we don't want to pay $15 or more

    • I'm wondering how you are able on the one hand able to say:
      hey, the entire US is like a giant ponzi get-rich-overnight-if-you-sue-the-right-company scheme...start thinking instead of just reacting like teenage children.
      And then moments later:
      I completely support Apple and their iTunes store as they have at least tried to make a happy medium between online files and record companies.
      Last time I checked, Apple was headquartered in the United States. I have absolutely nothing against people criticizing the US (there is alot to criticize), but I get somewhat defensive when I hear the 'entire US' labeled like this.