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#5151 4 years ago
Quoted from RobT:

For you boobs who think the anonymous group were nothing more than assholes for bringing the truth out about there being no license because you think Predator could have been made "under the radar" and delivered to customers, please read this post, as it appears you missed it earlier:

I guess we're all very emotional at this very moment, But if you take you're own advise and read some of the posts flaming this group you'd see that it was the way they did it that stunk not the action itself. Ask any 10 pinsiders if they had found out that Fox had definitley told them that there was no license how many of them would sit on the info and form the so called Anon-myass group, then wait four more months while coming here and baiting us everyday. Then watch from a far as the train comes off the track. I know I would have come here shouting it from the roof top and shown the proof.

If you're reading this Mr. X, on behalf of the community I want to say F U very much for your service.

#5152 4 years ago

Don't understand the people defending Kevin here, he either sold a product knowing he didn't have the rights too which is scamming people or he initially thought he had the rights but kept selling it and kept taking money without alerting his customers once he knew there was an issue (when he got the c and d letters). Either way he was scamming people by selling something he didn't have permission to sell.

It's hard to retroactively judge the people who knew and waiting to spill the beans as well, who knows what could have happened if they had told everyone with out Fox's permission and Kevin had run off with the money or something else had happened which leaves them on the hook.

Just out of curiosity does anyone here work on manufacturing licensed products and do you ask to see 100% proof before working on something every time?

#5153 4 years ago
Quoted from markmon:

I don't see evidence this was a scam. I've played the game. It actually exists. There are better and more profitable ways to scam people out of money than making a real pinball machine.

I don't think it was intended as a scam. But he was in way over his head and it appears was committing fraud to acquire funds.

Even if the license was legit, these were never going to be made. Making a few prototypes to bring to shows is one thing, producing 250 of these out of your basement at that price point is impossible.

#5154 4 years ago
Quoted from kvan99:

Then watch from a far as the train comes off the track.

I get it...they got their money first, then ....

#5155 4 years ago
Quoted from sturner:

Making a few prototypes to bring to shows is one thing, producing 250 of these out of your basement at that price point is impossible.

I never could could imagine how they were going to do that. They couldn't even get the prototype to work fro more than 30 minutes the times I saw it.

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#5156 4 years ago

Go back and read Skit-B threads for the past year. Lots of reason to be suspicious and do some due diligence. Some did. Most didn't. But there were plenty of warnings. Anyone denying that needs to go back and read. Special arrangement with Paypal my ass. Have you ever heard of such a thing? Disappearing for months. Come on! And those ridiculous answers that sounded like something you would tell a 5 year old to get them to shut up and go to bed. Please don't try to blame others. Withholding info is BS, but strong signs were there.

#5157 4 years ago
Quoted from dantebean:

Once this exploded I said some of you guys would play the "I told you so" or "this is why I am smart and stayed out of this pre-order" game. Lost a lot of respect for some of you guys with no stock in this matter. How dare you try teaching people how to handle losing their money. If you're not in this then just say "good luck" and move on. No need to have a big back and forth with people fighting to get their money back.
For those of you posting on how to contact Paypal and lawyers, thank you. We should be helping and not playing blame game.

Please. The preorder thing has effected us all, and not in a good way. It's the reason shit is so insane in general. It's no secret that i've always said preorder is bullshit and when people whine about it when shit goes wrong, over and over and over again. Why should this thread be any different. Preorder screws us all over, not just the one who preordered.

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#5158 4 years ago

I am a paid in full buyer and not pissed one little bit at the guys that exposed all this and went to fox.
I'm not the tiniest iota upset with them.
In fact, I'm a little grateful that this whole long drug out fiasco has finally come to a conclusion. The only thing left to figure out is if any of us will get some/all of our money back.

I've said before it ALL starts and stops with Kevin.

#5159 4 years ago
Quoted from Skins:

What size cup are you?

Working on a set of Madonna style C cup cones, al a 'like a virgin'.

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#5160 4 years ago
Quoted from flynnibus:

You can't get it through your noggin... the idea of failing is not what matters here or draws any parallels... it's about the business LYING and misrepresenting themselves - which leads to the failure. Every time you skip over that part in your stories... you make yourself look like a bigger idiot.

that's exactly what my business example said. To a tee. You need to learn to read. Lying about licensing or lying about manufacturing costs/tooling, is pretty much the same damn thing and happens all the time with new business, when they are trying to get backers. The story wasn't that complicated, my example wasn't that complicated. Pretty straight forward yet, there are many who seem to can't read worth a shit.

#5161 4 years ago
Quoted from Skins:

It wasn't a scam in the sense of building a proto to get money with no intention of building more. The fraud was he willingly took money after he was served a cease and desist notice. He knew he couldn't build them at that point. Allegedly of course...

How do people overlook this or think this issue is not a big deal?

#5162 4 years ago

I only blame Kevin and myself, the warning signs were there but I was blinded with Predator themed pinball goggles and Kevins attempts to put my mind at ease which were not exactly tangible proof of anything happening since the tutorial video came out. I just made a final deal for a Centaur 2 which will happily fill the spot i had for Predator but I do feel decieved and I don't like it one bit. Lets see what happens in "a few short days" then lynch mob.

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#5163 4 years ago
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#5164 4 years ago
Quoted from CaptainNeo:

Lying about licensing or lying about manufacturing costs/tooling, is pretty much the same damn thing and happens all the time with new business

Not at all the same thing. Not even somewhat related. No.

Damn.

#5165 4 years ago
Quoted from nephasth:

Isn't she a witch?

She turned me into a newt.

#5166 4 years ago
Quoted from ccotenj:

toyotaboy said:
How do we know "mr x" wasn't someone from JJP or Stern? It's sort of akin to people trying to route pinballs without tax stickers (because they want to slip under the radar and make more profit), and the other person routing pinballs in the area pays his taxes and narcs on the other router because why should he have to pay while someone else doesn't.

yea, and it could be an alien from mars too...
neither gary nor jack gave two shits about kevin...
geez... COME ON PEOPLE!!! stop grasping at straws and focus...

I'll share a rumor I heard at a recent pinball bash. A Stern employee (not Gary) "allegedly" was involved at least in discussions with some people about false license issues before the shitstorm hit. Back at Chicago Expo. I don't know what to believe anymore but there you have another allegation heard.

BTW....talk to a pinball designer over a beer sometime. They will tell you about how they "share" ideas from each other then apply for patents. Yes, even from the small guys. It's business my friend - war is war.

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#5167 4 years ago
Quoted from CaptainNeo:

that's exactly what my business example said. To a tee. You need to learn to read. Lying about licensing or lying about manufacturing costs/tooling, is pretty much the same damn thing and happens all the time with new business, when they are trying to get backers. The story wasn't that complicated, my example wasn't that complicated. Pretty straight forward yet, there are many who seem to can't read worth a shit.

No, your example was a bad one. If you want to compare it to a new stock, it would be like if somebody said they had the rights to mine a new gold mine with x ounces of gold in it. They go public and sell a bunch of shares in the company and 4 years later people find out they never had the mining rights to the property they said they did.

They would be prosecuted for fraud and go to prison. Whatever money the company had would be split amongst the shareholders and the company dissolved.

#5168 4 years ago

From the wordpress page

"Play the extremely good odds that Fox (and others) will simply never find out."

I have to disagree on this point, in fact quite the opposite.

#5169 4 years ago
Quoted from vid1900:

She turned me into a newt.

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#5170 4 years ago
Quoted from badbilly27:

Stern employee (not Gary) "allegedly" was involved at least in discussions with some people about false license issues before the shitstorm hit

Paging Martin....
That itself is a big story...a competitor company taking Skit-b down. Fox denies Skit-b the license after he tries to apply for one because they refuse to work with an idiot who tried to pull a fast one on them. This is genius..at least diabolical.

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#5171 4 years ago
Quoted from kvan99:

Paging Martin....
That itself is a big story...a competitor company taking Skid-b down. Fox denies Skid-b the license after he tries to apply for one because they refuse to work with an idiot who tried to pull a fast one on them. This is genius..at least diabolical.

Man what are you talking about.

Skit-B took Skit-B down.

Any other accusation is false.

The time fore Skit-B to apply for a license was before he announced that there would be such a thing as "Predator Pinball". Once he went on about it the "punk rock approach" as he stated to PBN, he knowingly risked everyone's investment. Its a fact.

#5172 4 years ago
Quoted from CaptainNeo:

that's exactly what my business example said. To a tee. You need to learn to read.

I need to learn to read? Maybe you need to learn to communicate? Once again.. here is your post

Quoted from CaptainNeo:

I like the stock analogy better. It's more to the truth than anything else. You are putting money into something that has yet to be made. Plenty of companies go belly up trying to make a product and find out costs are higher than expected. Everyone that put into that company loses their ass when shit fall apart. This is no different.

Where in there does it talk about FRAUDULENT ACTIVITY causing them to fail? 'finding out costs are higher than expected' is not fraud. Stupidity is not fraud (tho one could argue negligence and the liability that came come with that depending on your role). 'higher than expected' is not the same thing as DECEPTION and LYING.

Quoted from CaptainNeo:

Lying about licensing or lying about manufacturing costs/tooling, is pretty much the same damn thing and happens all the time with new business, when they are trying to get backers. The story wasn't that complicated, my example wasn't that complicated. Pretty straight forward yet, there are many who seem to can't read worth a shit.

Point the finger.. when you should be looking for a mirror. Saying investing in stocks or startups is the same thing as backing a fraud is right up there with your past Top 10 Dumbest things Neo rants about.

#5173 4 years ago

Ok has anyone received a direct refund from Kevin in the last 5 hours?

#5174 4 years ago
Quoted from vid1900:

She turned me into a newt.

You don't look like a newt.

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#5175 4 years ago
Quoted from Jared:

Man what are you talking about.
Skit-B took Skit-B down.

Don't be so modest.

#5176 4 years ago
Quoted from Half_Life:

You don't look like a newt.

Wasn't that the girl in Alien??

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#5177 4 years ago

The actions of the 'anonymous' group don't sound selfish to me at all.

They thought the situation wasn't on the up and up, so they and theirs got out. At the time they got out, their fears probably amounted to conjecture and a sober evaluation of the situation, but not necessarily hard evidence. It's perfectly fine to act on your gut for your own sake. When you start advising others and potentially damaging a company, the burden of proof is higher and the consequences greater. You need absolute certainty.

Even when learning about the license, was there something they missed? Maybe spoke with the wrong person at Fox? It's an extremely damning allegation and not one that I, personally, would have made without being 100% certain.

Had they told you to "get out now!" and you did, what would you be saying if the project went forward successfully? You'd be crying that the "well-meaning idiots robbed me of my chance to own a Predator, and look, they're already being resold for 10k!" Cue the WAHHHHmbulance.

I got out last June because by then I started having strong doubts:

1. Very little communication in the year prior to asking for $3000.
2. No evidence of mfg facility or ability to mfg. (No staff, tools, facility, etc.)
3. Dragging the game to shows where it more often than not wasn't working.
4. Dragging the game to shows to promote it when it was already sold out (why?)
5. Excuses of not having time to reply to email or write status reports but time to take it to shows, build Duckhunt and revamp a website.
6. Later on: Excuses of not having time to reply to email or write status reports but time to design Experts of Dangerous and promote it.

Did I think the project was doomed then? Yeah, pretty much. I told my local pinball friends as such. Did I post on pinside shouting to the rooftops? Hell no. I had no smoking gun, and back then, nearly everyone was sunshine and lollipops about this project. I would have been branded a doomsayer who partially caused the project's demise.

TLDR: You got screwed by Kevin, no one else.

#5178 4 years ago
Quoted from nintendo:

So let me get this straight doc.... he built an unlicensed game AND he stole artwork?? That's just ruthless! I'm sure the KGB is reading this right now and looking to hire the guy as we speak!

Stolen artwork is pretty much par for the course here. The vast majority of alternate translites made blatantly rip off others work, and most don't care

#5179 4 years ago
Quoted from kvan99:

Paging Martin....
That itself is a big story...a competitor company taking Skit-b down. Fox denies Skit-b the license after he tries to apply for one because they refuse to work with an idiot who tried to pull a fast one on them. This is genius..at least diabolical.

dear lord...

#5180 4 years ago
Quoted from spfxted:

Wasn't that the girl in Alien??

Nice one! I see what you did there.

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#5181 4 years ago
Quoted from kvan99:

Paging Martin....
That itself is a big story...a competitor company taking Skit-b down. Fox denies Skit-b the license after he tries to apply for one because they refuse to work with an idiot who tried to pull a fast one on them. This is genius..at least diabolical.

That's not even remotely a story, let alone a big one. Kevin IS an idiot who tried to pull a fast one on them!!!! Stern works with licensors all the time, including Fox (Simpsons, Family Guy, Avatar, 24). If they spoke with their contacts and found out whether Kevin had the license or not...that is not "taking Skit-B down"...it's finding out information! STOP BLAMING EVERYONE ELSE! Kevin is a f%$king idiot when it comes to making a licensed product. He did it WRONG. He never had the right to do it, there was no guarantee Fox would have EVER granted him the license. Look at Jpop with Kiss. Kiss said no. Probably because Jpop had zero record of manufacturing pinball machines. Fox would have never licensed anything to a guy in the middle of nowhere with no legit business or manufacturing ability. Kevin was f%$ked from Day 1. No one involved in finding out the truth is "responsible" for ANYTHING in this clusterfuck.

I think you guys blaming the anonymous group just don't grasp how making a licensed product like a pinball machine works at all. You just can't start making a product THEN try to get the license. Even though Dutch made some mistakes with Lebowski - they HAD the license before going public. They almost got in trouble by showing the game before approvals were made....but they legitimately had the license and a working relationship with Universal. Kevin never had ANYTHING.

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#5182 4 years ago
Quoted from Rarehero:

That's not even remotely a story, let alone a big one. Kevin IS an idiot who tried to pull a fast one on them!!!! Stern works with licensors all the time, including Fox (Simpsons, Family Guy, Avatar, 24). If they found out through their contacts if he has the license or not is not "taking Skit-B down"...it's finding out information! STOP BLAMING EVERYONE ELSE! Kevin is a fucking idiot when it comes to making a licensed product. He did it WRONG. He never had the right to do it, there was no guarantee Fox would have EVER granted him the license. Look at Jpop with Kiss. Kiss said no. Probably because Jpop had zero record of manufacturing pinball machines. Fox would have never licensed anything to a guy in the middle of nowhere with no legit business or manufacturing ability. Kevin was fucked from Day 1. No one involved in finding out the truth is "responsible" for ANYTHING in this clusterfuck.
I think you guys blaming the anonymous group just don't grasp how making a licensed product like a pinball machine works at all. You just can't start making a product THEN try to get the license. Even though Dutch made some mistakes with Lebowski - they HAD the license before going public. They almost got in trouble by showing the game before approvals were made....but they legitimately had the license and a working relationship with Universal. Kevin never had ANYTHING.

Welcome back Rarehero..enjoyed your write up on the emails. Again it was the way it went down that was wrong in a big way. Not the action.

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#5183 4 years ago
Quoted from Astropin:

He Never Had A License!

Fully understand.

Then it seems he did a hell of a lot of work for a "scam". Perhaps the only "scam" he was running was trying to fly under the fox radar. But, he messed up by taking basically forever to finish and produce the games and the crusaders jumped in to save us all. And by save I mean prevent the game from ever being made.

If he refunds everyone then there was no scam and it explicitly proves the crusaders(and kevin taking 4 years lol) ruined the project.

Don't irrationally get your emotions involved people and think I'm defending Kevin. I never bought into his preorder and thought after the 2nd year the development time was ridiculous and would've thought everyone should pull their money till an item was produced.

#5184 4 years ago
Quoted from kvan99:

Welcome back Rarehero..enjoyed your write up on the emails.

Hah, you think I'm part of the anonymous group?

Sorry...your insane witch hunt is taking you down the wrong path.

I never had any money in on the game. I was on the list initially - but bowed out when they called me for a deposit. I've just been following the trainwreck on Pinside like everyone else.

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#5185 4 years ago
Quoted from jrivelli:

If he refunds everyone then there was no scam and it explicitly proves the crusaders(and kevin taking 4 years lol) ruined the project.

No.

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#5186 4 years ago

No what? No you have no debate to this or what?

I'm looking at this form a factual, non emotional/drama stance.

Does kevin suck the worst so far out of all botiques? Yes, of course. He made a neat, unfinished prototype and went around the country. Would he have ever produced the game? Probably not. Did he intend to take everyone's money and not produce? Doubt it. I bet he didn't realize what it takes. Just like Jpop's game. That's not happening either.

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#5187 4 years ago
Quoted from jrivelli:

Fully understand.
Then it seems he did a hell of a lot of work for a "scam". Perhaps the only "scam" he was running was trying to fly under the fox radar. But, he messed up by taking basically forever to finish and produce the games and the crusaders jumped in to save us all. And by save I mean prevent the game from ever being made.
If he refunds everyone then there was no scam and it explicitly proves the crusaders(and kevin taking 4 years lol) ruined the project.

nope, you don't understand at all...

#5188 4 years ago
Quoted from kvan99:

Don't be so modest.

Sorry, but this mad me laugh. I needed a laugh. Back to storming the castle.....

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#5189 4 years ago
Quoted from badbilly27:

I'll share a rumor I heard at a recent pinball bash. A Stern employee (not Gary) "allegedly" was involved at least in discussions with some people about false license issues before the shitstorm hit. Back at Chicago Expo. I don't know what to believe anymore but there you have another allegation heard.

I know who that employee is. And he's maintained that for ages, long before Kevin took down the website and everyone got suspicious. If he wanted to sabotage things he could have done it a long time ago.

So let's not try and turn this into corporate espionage or anything.

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#5190 4 years ago
Quoted from ccotenj:

nope, you don't understand at all...

So you're saying kevin started this entire thing to be a scam? That's the counter to my only point I'm making. If so, that really sucks of him

#5191 4 years ago
Quoted from kvan99:

Paging Martin....
That itself is a big story...a competitor company taking Skit-b down. Fox denies Skit-b the license after he tries to apply for one because they refuse to work with an idiot who tried to pull a fast one on them. This is genius..at least diabolical.

Nice suggestion but you forgot your Journalism 101 and buried the lead. Here's your headline:
Fox denies Skit-b the license after he tries to apply for one because they refuse to work with an idiot who tried to pull a fast one on them.

Or better yet:
Fox sues idiot who tried to pull a fast one on them.

The rest of this stuff about the motives of anonymous sources is just background noise so long as what they were saying was true (which it apparently was). Might be an interesting side-note to this story some day in the future when the real issues are resolved (like where's the money and how will the buyers be getting it back), but that day doesn't seem too close at the moment.

#5192 4 years ago
Quoted from dsuperbee:

Stolen artwork is pretty much par for the course here. The vast majority of alternate translites made blatantly rip off others work, and most don't care

I work for Warner Bros. and trust me...they care. In fact I know they have sent letters to alternate translite makers. Disney too.

#5193 4 years ago
Quoted from foxct:

I put my last house in my wife's name, so if I got sued for malpractice the plaintiffs would have a harder time taking the house. I am not suggesting that's why Kevin did this, it's just one reasons a person would.

I believe a trust is safer. Check with your local attorney specializing in elder law. Lots of protections to having everything in a trust. Technically you own nothing...the trust does (or so I am told). We are in the process of setting ours up.

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#5194 4 years ago
Quoted from jrivelli:

No what? No you have no debate to this or what?
I'm looking at this form a factual, non emotional/drama stance.
Does kevin suck the worst so far out of all botiques? Yes, of course. He made a neat, unfinished prototype and went around the country. Would he have ever produced the game? Probably not. Did he intend to take everyone's money and not produce? Doubt it. I bet he didn't realize what it takes. Just like Jpop's game. That's not happening either.

The scam was he started selling a licensed game, WITHOUT A LICENSE. There is no way these two things are congruent with the intent not to scam.

The scam continued when he decided to take in money after he received a C&D letter for selling a product with content which required a license that he did not posses.

a C&D letter means exactly that. CEASE! He did not. The law will not be as friendly as you seem to be.

#5195 4 years ago
Quoted from jrivelli:

So you're saying kevin started this entire thing to be a scam? That's the counter to my only point I'm making. If so, that really sucks of him

see below...

Quoted from tamoore:

The scam was he started selling a licensed game, WITHOUT A LICENSE. There is no way these two things are congruent with the intent not to scame.
The scam continued when he decided to take in money after he received a C&D letter for selling a product with content which required a license that he did not posses.
a C&D letter means exactly that. CEASE! He did not. The law will not be as friendly as you seem to be.

the scam started day 1, as tamoore points out... no license, collect money...

the hole got dug deeper when he did not comply with the c&d...

whether or not he refunds every dime has zero bearing on the above...

#5196 4 years ago
Quoted from Rarehero:

I think you guys blaming the anonymous group just don't grasp how making a licensed product like a pinball machine works at all. You just can't start making a product THEN try to get the license. Even though Dutch made some mistakes with Lebowski - they HAD the license before going public. They almost got in trouble by showing the game before approvals were made....but they legitimately had the license and a working relationship with Universal. Kevin never had ANYTHING.

With all do respect, did you enjoy "The Decision" televised by Lebron James? At least he had the balls to do it himself. It's not that they found out - its how they chose to communicate it. Worked with FOX lawyers, sent notes to PBN, sent different notes to different pinsiders, heckled Whysnow in many of the notes gloating. Really? Really? Greg, come on.

Yes, Kevin is the only one to blame and should be primary focus until money is returned. But I'll say it again, the ethics in this pinball community need questioning. Serious questioning.

#5197 4 years ago
Quoted from Russo121:

The smart ones see all and say little.

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#5198 4 years ago
Quoted from tamoore:

The scam was he started selling a licensed game, WITHOUT A LICENSE. There is no way these two things are congruent with the intent not to scam.
The scam continued when he decided to take in money after he received a C&D letter for selling a product with content which required a license that he did not posses.
a C&D letter means exactly that. CEASE! He did not. The law will not be as friendly as you seem to be.

Ok, so I get that. Again, that doesn't mean he wasn't going to produce the games and ship.

He would obviously be sued by Fox at that point, but still not a scam perse to the end user.

We haven't ruled out that Kevin is literally that dumb/ignorant to ignore and continue to produce lol/

I get what you are saying, and do agree to a point, but Im just saying maybe he really did have the anticipation of thinking Fox would simply let this go? Obviously an ignorant stance of his if he took that, but not unlikely.

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#5199 4 years ago
Quoted from Aurich:

I know who that employee is. And he's maintained that for ages, long before Kevin took down the website and everyone got suspicious. If he wanted to sabotage things he could have done it a long time ago.
So let's not try and turn this into corporate espionage or anything.

I honestly dont blame any manufacturer doing things legitimately for being disgusted by guys like Kevin. It's not "sabotage" when you point out someone is blatantly stealing someone else's IP. Worse, it's impacting business of those doing things legitimately.

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#5200 4 years ago

To add to it, I 've received two cease letters in my life. Both from Fox for hosting simpsons and some other audio files for a .wav sound bite site I had years and years ago. I ignored them both. Then got another more threatening letter. Ignored again and never heard from them again.

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