It also is an incomplete quote. I wonder what I was comparing DRM to...Â
When in doubt, follow your heart (and notice that penguins are really cute).
[Sun Apr 16 2006] [17:39:45] <tbuitenh> lawsuits and threats of lawsuits are weapons
[Sun Apr 16 2006] [17:40:38] <tbuitenh> so far, this war is pretty one-sided
[Sun Apr 16 2006] [17:41:24] <libervisco> How do you mean?
[Sun Apr 16 2006] [17:41:36] <tbuitenh> we're not really using any weapons, except for some license lawsuits
[Sun Apr 16 2006] [17:41:47] <tbuitenh> compare DRM to that
[Sun Apr 16 2006] [17:41:51] <tbuitenh> it's a WMD
Heh, I can imagine this being made into a fake movie trailer!
War was beginning
When EULAs are fascism,
DRM is a WMD, (IRC conversation scrolling by matrix-style)
and WMD is a DRM (screenshot)
AND ALMOST NOONE FILESYSTEMCHECKING CARES (Steve Ballmer throwing a chair, shouting "All your *bleep*ing base are *bleep*ing belong to us!")
A few heroes try to save the day
(modified uncle Sam "we want you" poster with a gnu head and "we want GNU")
(star wars style title: Software Wars, starring Tux the penguin, Beastie the demon, <all those other mascots> and the boy next door.)
Now playing in attics and basements everywhere.
Oh my. After writing that, I might as well have "geek" tattooed on my forehead .
Haha that's hillarious enough that someone should make it.
I'm not sure about the Ballmer throwing a chair scene, but most of the other stuff can be done by simple animation and taking animated screenshots.
why not make this a whole movie
like, ... , the first large-scale movie made without the makers actually meating
*goes back to the isolated island between life and death* (anyone logged that quote of me on IRC ?)Â