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41. Posted: Tue 1st Dec 2009 21:38 GMT
You lied and essentially stole a working copy of the game. I'd say it's pretty wrong.
Sums up what I was gonna say.
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42. Posted: Tue 1st Dec 2009 21:53 GMT
You sad, sad bunch of amoral jerks. (Just kidding.)I'd say it's wrong, chunky_droid. If you end up taking it back, I'm sure everyone here would want to know.
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43. Posted: Tue 1st Dec 2009 21:59 GMT
Isn't it also morally wrong that GameStop sells opened copies of their games as "new"? I only buy sealed copies myself but I know for a fact that the store I shop at allows employees to check out new games and still sells the game as if it was brand new. I was going to buy a new game there once but it was the last gutted copy and it was horribly scratched with fingerprints all over the disk. I'm not saying what the OP did is right but what GameStop does is not very moral in my opinion either.
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44. Posted: Tue 1st Dec 2009 22:09 GMT
how are they supposed to trace the game back to the original owner anyway. especially if they have multiple copies of the game.besides. if it had been the only copy that had been traded in for the past 6 months, and it being the only copy of that game, then maybe it could be done,seriously though, i doubt very much they would contact the original owner anyway. it`s more hassle and time consuming than it`s really worth.they`ll only sell the game to some unsuspecting parent or kid. as i`m sure it`s standard buisness practice. because i`ve nearly fallen victim to a scratched copy of a game on various occasions. i alwways make a habbit of checking games before i leave the shop.
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45. Posted: Tue 1st Dec 2009 22:15 GMT
Think of all the bad things that store did. "Surely they did something to warrant the hanging...."
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46. Posted: Tue 1st Dec 2009 23:12 GMT
I though you were going to say you physically abused your cat in some way whew!
Haha that's what I thought too, I almost didn't wanna read furthur. Like that kid on Interventions who shoved his cat through a wall when he lost his game That's just cruelty.
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47. Posted: Tue 1st Dec 2009 23:18 GMT
It's wrong in way that makes it feel oh so right.>=)
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48. Posted: Tue 1st Dec 2009 23:43 GMT
Oh, get off your high horse. You'd do it if you had the opportunity, and you know it.
I wouldn't. Not if the only reason is that the opportunity gave itself. Actually, I tried downloading a game once (Bioshock), but I felt so guilty that I couldn't enjoy the game. In the end, I bought it with my hard earned cash.That's not to say I wouldn't do something similar out of pure hate for GameStop, or if I felt it was somehow justified, but even then I would end up feeling bad afterwards and I'd probably make it right again. And calling GameStop "an evil, heartless corporation who had it coming" doesn't really justify anything. Though karma counts for them as well, so I guess you can use it as an excuse... Okay, I'll stop arguing with myself now
On a side note; I'm glad to see (some of) the members here have generally high moral standards. I'm getting kinda tired of a friend of mine who in all seriousness can't understand why someone should pay for something when they can just "steal it for free and get away with it"...
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49. Posted: Tue 1st Dec 2009 23:56 GMT
Ok, let's be real for a minute. If this is the worst thing you do in your life, you should die a saint in my opinion.
I'm willing to bet a lot of the people that posted negatively toward you have done worse things in their lives. I know I have at least.........waaaaaaay worse.
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50. Posted: Wed 2nd Dec 2009 00:28 GMT
No really; I've never done anything bad, yet. The worst thing I've ever done is downloading some shows, which, when I think about it, isn't really any better...But don't worry, one day I'll probably screw up bad and do something horrible. Most people do as far as I can tell.
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51. Posted: Wed 2nd Dec 2009 00:40 GMT
Morality is highly overrated, it's really more of a handicap than anything else.
And you'd go crying to the cops like a little girl the first time someone slapped you upside the head.
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52. Posted: Wed 2nd Dec 2009 00:41 GMT
Two wrongs don't make a right, guys. Just throwing that out there... :/
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53. Posted: Wed 2nd Dec 2009 00:46 GMT
TBD lives in a moral vacuum. Just look at that face. That is the face of someone who has never once given thought to right or wrong. Don't listen to her.
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54. Posted: Wed 2nd Dec 2009 00:48 GMT
I once punched a clown in the balls for no good reason.
55. Posted: Wed 2nd Dec 2009 00:50 GMT
So you ruined his juggling routine, eh? I hope he ran you over with his clown car.
56. Posted: Wed 2nd Dec 2009 00:52 GMT
A dirty crook you are.
Edited on Wed 2nd December, 2009 @ 00:52 by cheetahman91
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57. Posted: Wed 2nd Dec 2009 01:24 GMT
I say return the cat, it is obviously defective and evil. A good cat would never have caused you to commit such an atrocious crime.
Im opting for the Death Penalty but I will settle for Life in Prison, for persuading its owner to do an act of theft. Cats fault, you good man.
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58. Posted: Wed 2nd Dec 2009 01:26 GMT
JayArr wrote:I once punched a clown in the balls for no good reason.So you ruined his juggling routine, eh? I hope he ran you over with his clown car.
Dude I hope you hit him REALLY Hard, I HATE Clowns......... HATE THEM.
59. Posted: Wed 2nd Dec 2009 01:30 GMT
JayArr wrote:I once punched a clown in the balls for no good reason.So you ruined his juggling routine, eh? I hope he ran you over with his clown car.Dude I hope you hit him REALLY Hard, I HATE Clowns......... HATE THEM.
Why all the hate?
60. Posted: Wed 2nd Dec 2009 01:33 GMT
IT................. scared the crap out of me as a kid and hated clown ever since and there are clown on TV right now on this show Im watching, and its not cool.