Big companies like to tout the benefits of a capitalist society when it works in their favor. Now that the value assigned to music is lower than Paula Poundstone's interest in sex the music industry has decided to kick and scream like my kids when they don't get what they want. Now they are going after people who are selling the promo CDs they sent to them. The best part is that part of their argument claims that even throwing away a promo CD is piracy. I'll admit that much of what has been sold for nearly $20 a CD is garbage but not allowing a user to throw away a promo CD they weren't raped to acquire is a little preposterous.
Givin you the hizzy - D at 12:43 PM
I can understand the drive to make as much money while you can, especially outside the NFL, where you don't necessarily have the best pension plan but I wonder why some athletes don't settle for a little less to play on a team where there's a higher likelihood of winning. Just ask Frank Thomas who left the team who gave him a chance to resuscitate his career and wouldn't have benched him.
Givin you the hizzy - D at 11:08 AM