Re: What is the Easiest Way to Backup DVDs?
In article <Gyp9c.87636$dP1.email@example.com>, firstname.lastname@example.org
> > So your theory is that the promise of lower profits from DVD sales
> > (and lower overall) will lead to better movies?
> I guess my theory is that less ripping off by the already rich, fat movie
> companies is better for the consumers. Now, I GUESS is this would lead to
> higher sales in turn and thus about the same profits to said rich fat movie
> companies. If profits do go down, well they owe us in back-payments for all
> the overpriced disks they sold us in the past (and continue to sell I might
> Jesus, if they'd stop blowing half the movie budget on salaries to overpaid
> actors, directors and producers, they'd have more left for the actual
> production. In no way is any acting effort worth $20M for a couple months
> worth of work, there's just no justification for that kind of excess
> payments, but now I'm digressing...
While I agree in principle, the other way to look at it is if a movie
you stared in made the studio 100 million dollars and you got paid
$40,000. How ****ed would you be, and would you work for that wage a
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