Well, let me amend my statement. I still break rules I don't agree
with, but I'm more selective with the ones I choose to break. I don't
break rules just for breaking them, but usually have some compelling
reason for doing so. Usually it has to do with some rule that is
either rimpractical or non-sensical.
For example, BSVI or someone purchases a laptop primarily for
business/company use. I'll certainly use it for that purpose, but I
wouldn't have any second thoughts about dropping a few games on their
as well in case I want to play them while traveling, on a break, etc.
The rule that I wouldn't be allowed to play games on that system
wouldn't make any sense to me since I can do both quite easily, and if
they don't want those games on their when I return it that's what the
uninstall option is for. I can just as easily remove those games
without having a lot of my own stuff on their if I have to return it.
On 4/28/11, Charles Rivard <woofer...@sbcglobal.net> wrote:
> Used to be? You don't break ridiculous nonsensical rules anymore? How
> disappointing. Even now, I would do it unless the game is still in the beta
> Laughter is the best medicine, so look around, find a dose and take it to
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