Powerful Words Emanating From The Pirates Of The Persian Gulf Who Extensively Use American Inventions Like The Internet, Its Web Applications, & Its Cracked Software To Function On A Daily Basis - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Lavi - Seattle
    • 16.09.10 | 14:39 (IST)

    According to the smugglers caught in Iraq while on their way to Iran, the Jack Daniels they were carrying is also a favorite for the mullahs over there. I once saw a DVD data disc that an Iranian purchased from a recent trip to Iran and was astounded to see almost $80,000 worth of cracked software on it and she proudly stated that she only paid $10 for it in Tehran's bazaar. The list of other copyright infringements like overdubbed movies and the use of American music, etc. is also rampant. Yes Iran, you learn and receive a lot from the world yet you proudly don't include them in your credits.

    from the article: Ahmadinejad: Iran can survive without the aid of U.S. and its allies
    First published 08:31 16.09.10 | Last updated 08:31 16.09.10
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