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  • #16
    wow , nice to see that

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    • #17
      This is great, there couldn't have been that many pirated floppies other than the ones Microsoft were taken from other companies

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      • #18
        Hey, back in the day that prob. was a super fast way of p2p. haha. I mean its the 80's.

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        • #19
          i saw this thread and immediatly thought of this skit of the I.T crowd funny as hell!
          YouTube - The IT Crowd - Series 2 - Episode 3: Piracy warning

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          • #20
            bwahahaha... home taping music is killing music is the best

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            • #21
              These are good lol, producers never learn, I love in those adverts when they say pirated quality is shit etc they are retards in pirated I can watch the film from the start in about 3 secs!

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              • #22
                Originally posted by Maksimir View Post
                Don't Copy That Floppy

                ^ A classic. :)
                I love Don't Copy That Floppy, and it's lovely sequel "Don't Copy That" (2009, and looks like it was made in 1999). I showed them to my class the other day as an example of corporate propaganda. :D

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                • #23
                  Neat..

                  Theyre making a business out of this, check out the consult us part :P

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                  • #24
                    Haha, these campaigns are a total fail. Piracy will never be equated with straight-up theft. Just not going to happen.

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                    • #25
                      Those ads are hilarious!

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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by b2241 View Post
                        Theyre making a business out of this, check out the consult us part :P

                        Wow, that's fascinating - any idea of the year that came from?

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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by needles View Post
                          Wow, that's fascinating - any idea of the year that came from?
                          Its from 1905.

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