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Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by tflournoy95, Jun 4, 2010.
you guys think it would be dumb to email Steve and set my sig as sent from my hackintosh?
If you want him to take you seriously, yes.
reckon he would sue me?
Wouldn't surprise me. Apple seems to be suing everybody nowadays. You might even hurt poor Stevie's feelings.
could he sue me? its not like im breaking any laws that he could prove.
Technically you are breaking the EULA but I highly doubt they would sue you over it. You'll probably get a rude, whiny response from King Jobs and nothing more.
end user license agreements aren't law. could he prove whether or not my copy of leopard was pirated?
Why not just take it off and avoid all the concerns
Are you e-mailing him in actual question or just trying to see what his response would be?
Agreed, however, since the OP didn't say why he wanted to email Steve, I suspect that the OP is just looking for some sort of reaction either by Steve or the MacRumors community.
just trying to see what his response would be. i was thinking something like: hey, dude whats up? check out my signature.
-sent from my hackintosh.
Why would he respond to such a troll email? He will probably just hit the delete button.
You know what, do it. See what will happen. If you catch him in a bad mood he might get apples legal team to screw you over. Will deserve you right for being a 'tard.
edit: catch him in a good mood then he'll just ignore you and delete your email.
Not that i know Steve and his moods but its what i'd do.
how about something like
hey, dude whats up? check out my signature.
ps. please dont sue me.
-sent from my hackintosh.
Yeah, that is much better than what you originally wanted to send.
He will hunt you down and beat you to death with an iPad.
Why do you think he'd sue you? He won't give a flying monkey about it!
I assume you weren't born in 1895, but in 1995?
That would explain your childish behaviour.
It has nothing to do with being pirated. The eula states that it should only be used on apple hardware.
Remember just because you can buy a copy does not mean you own it. Your just paying for the use of the software.
wrong it was 1795. jk.i think i might go ahead and email him.
whats a good question i could ask him?
oh wait, i know. "do you hate people that hackintosh?"
I've met people from 1895 and 1795 and earlier, and they were more sophisticated than your lamebook behaviour. But go on and send that email, and if you get a real response, don't hesitate to call us.
what im saying is that i couldnt get in trouble for breaking the eula cuz its not legally binding. i was asking if there was any way he could use his magical powers to find out if my copy of leopard was pirated.
what does that mean?????
What does it say?
like how old are you???