Another MPAA Partner On The Pyramid Of Piracy

So back in June, I made a post that helps people understand the MPAA’s “Pyramid of Piracy”. As I pointed out last month, (the company, not the software), which is one of the MPAA’s partners is actually one of the biggest “facilitators” by their own definition.

Well now the MPAA has at least one other partner that is also on the Pyramid of Piracy… and this one is higher up in the pyramid. is a Top Site on the pyramid.


It will be interesting to see how long before an MPAA partner is at the top of their pyramid as a “Supplier”. Oh wait, maybe the MPAA is saving that slot for itself. 😉


Speaking of movies, I went to the movies last night for the first time in a long, long time and I saw Black Dahlia. A pretty crappy movie… up there on the “crap scale” with A Thin Red Line. Not only was it not worth the $10 movie ticket, it wouldn’t be worth the bandwidth to download it (legally or illegally).

Now I remember why I don’t go to the movies… Because they are are boring compared to real life and an utter waste of time. Maybe if someone would make a good movie, the MPAA wouldn’t be pissing and moaning about declining ticket sales. 🙂

4 thoughts on “Another MPAA Partner On The Pyramid Of Piracy”

  1. I love that line: “…..they (movies) are boring compared to real life…” Must run in the family! I find most to be a shameful waste of time.

  2. robin hates ’em, shawn hates ’em…

    i talked summer into a movie for the first time in two years to see Pirates of the Carribbean 2…I’ll quote her first 15 seconds after the movie was over.

    “that movie sucked…i knew i would be disappointed…that was one big commercial for Pirates of the Carribbean 3”

    summer hates ’em….


  3. Well, when you grow up playing with dirt instead of watching TV, you tend to have a much better imagination then anything they can throw onto a movie screen…

    Actually, I was the one playing with dirt, Shawn was the one pushing his little sister into the electric fence or shooting her with paintballs…

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