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That's quite a leap, but it does seem to typify the integrity of your deductions.
Bullshit, I reached the same conclusion as David when I read your original response. How else in your mind should your response be interpreted?
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bullsh*t, I reached the same conclusion as David when I read your original response. How else in your mind should your response be interpreted?
The topic of discussion was the DMCA. I never used the word piracy in my initial response. The topic was the DMCA. If you choose to read something of your own imagining into what I wrote, that's your affair.
Or are you saying that it's impossible to be both against the DMCA and against piracy? Do you equate the two so closely that you can't treat them separately; if you're against the DMCA, you are by definition pro piracy?
All I did was defend the DMCA, and you two take umbrage claiming to have been accused of supporting piracy. I never made that accusation; I just spoke in support of the DMCA.
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