Ha! I’ve been waiting for this to happen. The MPAA pirates a film and then says, “that their doing so doesn’t qualify as illegal piracy. ‘We made a copy of Kirby’s movie because it had implications for our employees’.” That’s a bunch of crap. If anyone that the MPAA were suing or for that manner anyone who had ‘pirated’ a movie had said that the MPAA would have been on them like ‘white on rice’. It’s ironic in the fact that the movie is about them, the movie is entitled “This Film Not Yet Rated” and is a documentary about the ratings board. Then to make injury worst the MPAA continues, “We were concerned about the raters and their families.” So next time one of you get sued by the MPAA just remember to say, “I made copies of ____ movie because it had implications for my fellow man. I was concerned about my fellow man and his fellows.” If the MPAA says that’s not a good answer make sure to remind them about this incident and if at all possiblethis blog and any linking blogs as well. Wow. It’s not “physician heal thyself,” but MPAA sue thyself. For “Every kingdom divided against itself is brought to desolation; and every city or house divided against itself shall not stand:” (Matthew 12:25) So if the MPAA sues the MPAA, then it is divided against itself; how then shall the MPAA stand? So go ahead MPAA eat your heart out. It’s in the Book.
MPAA Pirates Film