I wrote a poem last night while i was being ignored by someone. It brought back alot of emotions from when I was at school.
2) You cannot keep my money in your pocket at work, or in any bank or online service such as Paypal.
3) If you move out of the country, you must give me back my money.
4) You must install any and all software that I decide should be on the computers of any Sony employee, or else give me back my money.
5) I reserve the right to install any backdoors on said computers stipulated in (4) in order to enforce my rights as proper holder of my money.
6) I will never be liable to you for more than exactly $5.00 for damages to you or your property through the use of any of the rights granted to me in this EULA.
7) If you file for bankruptcy, you must give me back my money.
8) You have no right to transfer (i.e. spend) my money, even along with the original coins, dollar bills, etc.
9) You may not use my money for personal use, including but not limited to: origami; flipping coins; lighting expensive Cuban cigars; et al.
this was posted in reply to sony's eula which is worse than the virus gate they left open with the DRM rootkit.
'How to rob a bank'
'A Canadian bank robber, who politely presents a hold-up note on a recipe card, has hit 29 banks in four months, police said on Thursday.
he unidentified man is the main suspect behind two bank heists in Toronto on Wednesday and 27 other robberies in the region since August.
The suspect waits his turn in line and, once at the teller, quietly makes his intentions known on a recipe card. He has never shown a gun.
The clean-shaven robber, who looks around 30 years old, usually wears a baseball cap and sometimes sunglasses.
"They're (the police) very confident something will happen shortly," said Toronto police spokeswoman Wendy Drummond. "They're pulling out all the stops here," she said.
She said the new confidence stems from better views of the suspect on surveillance tapes of his latest robberies.
Police declined to say how much money the man, dubbed the "Recipe Card Bandit" by media, has stolen in the robberies.
The Canadian Bankers Association offered a reward of C$10,000 for information leading to an arrest, a move only used twice in the past six years.'I wonder when the FBI will start arresting people for buying recipe cards.