now, last time i checked, we had to pay to get into the movie theaters. okay, i read in the apr 18th issue of Entertainment Weekly an article that kind of got my goat. essentially, the hollywood powers that be are going to be putting up a PSA in the movie theaters to tell people not to pirate movies. what's even funnier is they have high-profile celebrities (the article mentions ben affleck) doing the talking. now i know they're going for the high profile celebs to "make an impact" but i can't help but think most people are going to go, "yeah, like you need money." to be fair, ben does mention all the people involved in making a movie...not just the high profile stars. also, another kicker is a quote from jack valenti (mpaa president) about (i'm paraphrasing) the "working stiffs who only make $75,000 to $100,000 a year". (i wish...) the author of the article jokes about how that makes him want to figure out a way to pirate stuff from jack's personal house. personally, i'm right beside him.