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Discussion in 'Community' started by vniow, Sep 3, 2002.
I just found this on Cnet News
WHAT IS THE USE OF THIS?
why would anyone in their right mind outlaw the best thing since sliced bread
Sounds like a law that will be difficult to enforce, but watch out if you do get caught.
This has a lot of implications for international trade and communications.
I will be watching this one to see how it turns out...
It sounds a lot like a police state to me...
Sounds like our red terror alert (or worse) in another country. It's dang scary when you think about it. I can't imagine a world w/o games, even the old-fashioned Breakout. I think jail would be more fun.
Wait a few months, and then send a free Gameboy and CD full of shareware games to every civil judge & politician in the country.
Better yet, just the judges and lawyers handling cival cases.
Might be nice to live in a country where all the lawyers and judges handling cival cases are in jail for 12 months.
Hehe, we'll send EV discs to all of the Greek politicians over there
:::raises an eyebrow:::
Uhhhh... oookay, and the point of that is........?
They must be REEEEEALLY hurting for some action over there.
Bah. This is just going to work out like the prohibition.
Time to get into the organized crime business.... I can make a fortune smuggling games!
Greece sucks, and needs to crawl under a big rock.
i'm afraid the point has been missed... they didn't do this directly; they outlawed any form of gambling, and i suppose if you were terribly conservative, you would want to outlaw casino games... but what if people start betting on other video games... pretty soon, they've banned everything... it's incredibly pointless and i'm guessing the law will be repealed within the year...
Well...you could always go and bike, or play frisbee...or... :shudder: Ah, that law would do me a world of good, I might actually do something useful with my time.