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PYRATROOPER
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Originally posted by Metal_Man88
Look, I rag on the US system day and night, but one part of the system is precedent.

There's a precedent here. Apple lost to Geohot. Sony is going great guns after this, but they don't appear to realize the precedent set by DeCSS and the IOS incident. The judges are liable to go "Welp, precedent says you lose", and Sony will continue to furiously fight, but it will just be in vain.

Furthermore, according to your own principle of chaos theory, Pyra, you can't predict this case because the air moving through the cleft chin of an attorney could change everything in a mere instant.

:p



Chaos theory does not apply to court cases anyway so I would never make that statement in this case.

I found these links for you guys that are interested.

Sony vs Geohot! Sony Levels The Series By 1-1 After Round 2!

Judge Grants Sony Access to GeoHot’s HDD
Zero One
Posts: 2762/5166
Originally posted by Metal_Man88
You can't predict this case because the air moving through the cleft chin of an attorney could change everything in a mere instant.


This sentence made my day. I don't know why.
Lyskar
Posts: 8282/12211
Look, I rag on the US system day and night, but one part of the system is precedent.

There's a precedent here. Apple lost to Geohot. Sony is going great guns after this, but they don't appear to realize the precedent set by DeCSS and the IOS incident. The judges are liable to go "Welp, precedent says you lose", and Sony will continue to furiously fight, but it will just be in vain.

Furthermore, according to your own principle of chaos theory, Pyra, you can't predict this case because the air moving through the cleft chin of an attorney could change everything in a mere instant.

:p
Aerakin
Posts: 2276/2550
$300, seriously?

I'd buy it.
PYRATROOPER
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I do not know if this is the final price though.
However this is very reasonable based on the fact the PS3 is the same price.



SOURCE
Zero One
Posts: 2697/5166
Originally posted by paulguy
Your thesaurus said that one means won? I'd get a new one won.


Fixed that for you.
kellykel
Posts: 109/118
I am not sure if somebody has said this so I will say it. NeoGeo Pocket.
paulguy
Posts: 1265/2294
Your thesaurus said that one means won? I'd get a new one.
PYRATROOPER
Posts: 63/255
Originally posted by Darkdata
> Money Makes laws

> He only one because

Hey, if you can make leaps in logic and pick and choose points so can I!

A teacher told me that people who can't spell won correctly on the internet are really part of a massive conspiracy to annoy people by posting random stupid ravings on the internet. They also smell funny.


I fixed it if that makes you feel better any way I have a thing that can helps you choose words for sentences and that is the version of one or won it chose.
Darkdata
Posts: 2146/2889
> Money Makes laws

> He only one because

Hey, if you can make leaps in logic and pick and choose points so can I!

A teacher told me that people who can't spell won correctly on the internet are really part of a massive conspiracy to annoy people by posting random stupid ravings on the internet. They also smell funny.

> @Rena: N64 Emulator

Yes. Even more so now that it's using a media that could have a flashcard made.
PYRATROOPER
Posts: 62/255
He only won because the library of congress ruled jail breaking your IOS and other smart phone in completely allowed under fair use. However this ruling may or may not apply to other devices as that has never been expressly stated.
Tyty
Posts: 8120/8599
Well

Look at Geohot.

He beat apple, and he's up against Sony right now
PYRATROOPER
Posts: 61/255
Here is one thing the lawyer told me about how corrupt the legal system in the USA has become. Even if you guys are right, he told me it does not matter what the laws say because who ever has the most money wins the court cases and creates the laws in this country.
Rena
Posts: 4042/5258
Hmmm... If those specs are true, it sounds like the best course of action will be:
1) Buy the first one I see in a hock shop. (Possibly even new if it's especially cheap... ahahaha)
2) Stash it in the closet.
3) Wait for exploit that allows me to run an N64 emulator.

That's about all the use I'd get out of it.

(Also, bet you it'll have a hardware random number generator. )
Colin
Posts: 7737/10052
That come from a xbox mod book probably not the best source for your needs but i will find more if you want it.

There's your first problem right there. If it's not the "best source", you shouldn't quote from it. Plain and simple.

And the stuff the guy's writing proves it's far from the best source to begin with.
Aerakin
Posts: 2262/2550
Originally posted by Metal_Man88
Massive failure aside, the NGP's desirability to me will depend on whether I can afford it.



There's that, I guess.

I mean, if it costs more than a freaking computer, it will fail.

Afterall, it doesn't have the Apple logo on it
Lyskar
Posts: 7838/12211
Massive failure aside, the NGP's desirability to me will depend on whether I can afford it.
DigitalBasic
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the fact you are quoting a book that does not support changing copyright laws for the modern age of distribution further proves your incompetence.
Joe
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Originally posted by hydrapheetz
can we get a tl;dr of that, tia
tl;dr: You're allowed to make one backup copy of games, music CDs, DVDs, and so on if both the copy and the original are for personal use, unless you had to accept a license agreement saying otherwise.

Actually, that is not entirely correct. You can make as many copies as you want, provided that all (including the original) are for your own use, and doing so is not against the license agreement you accepted. Circumventing copy protection is another matter, but if it's for fair use, you have nothing to worry about.
BMF54123
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Originally posted by PYRATROOPER
Therefore, you may not make two copies of the CD (for instance, one copy for your car, another for your home CD player) because that would involve the use of two licensed products. You will
need to use the same copy in your car and home CD players, but not two copies. That is illegal!
Excuse me, what? Why the hell does the number of backups matter if you're only using one at a time?

Originally posted by PYRATROOPER
Further, because you are getting twice the enjoyment out of the product, you are ripping off the artists who created the music in the first place by paying them for a single license, while using two
licenses.
Hahahahaha! That's a pretty huge load of bullcrap you just dropped right there.

Having multiple backups of the exact same content for my personal convenience = ripping off the artists? "Twice the enjoyment?" Wow. Someone needs to have their head examined.
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