1 May 2011
Dark Overlord said
If they're genuinely dependent on those royalties despite having a full time job, then i think the real problem is that the minimum wage is unlivable and needs to be raised, not that copyright should last as long as it does.
The minimum wage is a whole other issue.
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10 April 2016
My family had Netflix about a year or so ago, and I saw that the Living in the Material World documentary and The Last Waltz were both on there. Unfortunately, before I could get around to watching them, my brother stopped paying the bill, so we didn't have it anymore.
But, fast forward to now, and lo and behold! We've got Netflix again! Ho ho! Finally!
...And they're no longer anywhere to be seen. Well, at least Echo In The Canyon is on there, I guess...
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