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Who's Cliff? If he's not an A grade student then I wouldn't recommend you cheating off of his notes.

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Crud...I copy an pasted the title from the article, and that's how they spelled it out...
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Don't know how old the poll is, but apparently most voters who participated in the link think it is. Do you use cliff notes? Do you feel think it's the same as cheating? Personally, I don't see a problem with a student using sparknotes along with the reading.

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If you've been with her for a reasonable amount of time and if you got a house and a decent income (and at 19 this is unlikely), I don't see why not.
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Any game with strong Co-Op where you have to work as a team usually has a good community. L4D is great IMO.

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Funny, I played it the other day and a stranger shot my friend because he didn't get the gun the other guy suggested.
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According to the trailer, its scheduled for release in 2011, so I'm a bit skeptical if it will turn out well or not. Relatively little is known about the game, but I completely forgot the game was in the works until I saw the trailer. The 3D Clay animation would be interesting direction, that is what the final game will look like.

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To an extent this makes sense. If you love music enough that you'll go through dozens of websites to obtain it, you probably have a strong passion for music. The constant pirate is probably going an extensive knowledge of music and artists, and may even have several albums than the average joe doesn't have. I guess some pirates can also see themselves as collectors.
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No actual pictures of children? Sorry but I don't see the crime.

Arresting someone for their writing is thought-crime.

Also, if the stories dealt with teens, that's ephepophilia, which is different from pedophilia.

And why am I not surprised that he's a Jehovah's witness?

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I fail to see how his religious background should have any relevance to this case. Some people can be Catholic or what have you in name only, but may not consider themselves passionate in the church.
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[QUOTE="viewtiful26"]

[QUOTE="Andrew_Xavier"] ..With the exception of Canadian Law of course. Pretty sure a violation of your Country's law, is considered a crime.Andrew_Xavier

How strict are Canada's laws when it comes to freedom of expression and/or privacy?

We are free to pretty much do anything that doesn't harm society...like creating child pornography.

What about stories about murder, drug use, and other illegal activity? And while we're discussing child pornography, how does Canada feel about teenage girls sending their boyfriends naked pictures via cell phone? Is that considered child porn as well? It's being debated over here in the USA.
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[QUOTE="viewtiful26"][QUOTE="Pixel-Pirate"]

Totally this. I probably won't win any points for this opinion, but I think there would be few less sexual deviants and few less crimes involving them if treatment was better. I personally think societies overall treatment of the mentally ill is deplorable and disgusting.

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Agreed. I am reminded of how Alex was treated in A Clockwork Orange, except in this case, no actual crime was committed.

..With the exception of Canadian Law of course. Pretty sure a violation of your Country's law, is considered a crime.

How strict are Canada's laws when it comes to freedom of expression and/or privacy?