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About Nawty Zoot

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  • Birthday 11/26/1982

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  1. Happy birthday! :D

  2. They're the items you get that allow you to access an "exp bank" of lamps varying in size to use on your account. Though I'm not sure if you were joking about the typo or actually asking :P Oh so it's a typo? :rolleyes:
  3. Youre young yet. Give it time. I know lots of doctors and lawyers and engineers who have been duped by get rich quick schemes. Heck, take a look at the whole Ponzi scheme run by Bernie Madoff and look at the list of successful and intelligent people he schemed. Its the same thing. Count yourself and your friends lucky for now. Eventually though, hubris has a way of catching up with everyone though. What comes around, goes around.
  4. "Pre-Law"? So you're not even a law student yet? Anyone else reminded of this scene: 1. I don't see how this is at all germane. If I was a law student currently I doubt I'd have time to post on a forum about a game I no longer play. 2. My opinion is based off legal research into the case, including reading the court documents. I doubt very few other people on this thread have done so. Instead, most of the posts are simple baseless opinions. At least I defend my stance. 3. Whats your point? Whats my point? My point is that youre trying to sell what youre doing as some form of legal research when you are neither a law student nor a legal representative in any manner at all. Pre-Law is a meaningless term, you could be a communications or drama major for all it matters. Anyone attending a community college is a pre-law student. Your so-called pre-law qualification is meaningless and comical. I hate to fill you in on reality here, but youre not a legal authority of any kind. Youre not doing legal research. Youre some guy whos probing the internet for what he thinks is legal data and then extrapolating nonsensical comments therefrom. Please leave the legal research to those people who actually do legal research, and know what it means to look up current law, case history, comparative precedent and common law, and then attempt to extrapolate that into the current circumstances. From what I have seen, you havent done any of that. Please leave the armchair legal opinions out of this discussion. Leave the law to those people who know what theyre talking about. Hopefully, some day if you do become a law student you will realize what a silly thing it is youre doing now. Oh god, I'm the one person actually looking at the only first hand information we have, and using it to form an opinion, instead of spewing whatever enters my head, and that's more baseless then just making stuff up. Ayup. Logical. Ugh. Its these extrapolations that you make from these facts which make your attempts to form "legal opinions" based on your "pre-law" qualifications appear silly. I actually work in a law office and I know how the system works and why it works. For example, youve questioned why Jagex Limited, a British Corporation, undertook legal action against the Snellmans (Snellmen?) in Massachusetts and then proposed that the action should have been thrown out because neither Jagex, nor the Snellman brothers, were resident in the State of Massachusetts. Of course, to a trained legal eye, or at least to anyone that is even remotely involved in the actual real practice of law, one immediately realizes the invalid nature of your claim, because: 1. The Digital Millennium Copyright Act is a federal law. The applicant filed an action under a Federal law, which means that an Applicant can bring legal action in any competent court of jurisdiction anywhere in the U.S.A., regardless of the location of the defendants or the plaintiffs. There is more than enough case law and precedent out there to support this course of action. 2. The alleged trespass of the Defendants under said Federal Law was tried in the State of Massachusetts under the consideration that the defendants sold their product to residents of the State of Massachusetts, and that said product was used within the State of Massachusetts. As such, the crime occurred within the state of Massachusetts and therefore, the Massachusetts Court has jurisdiction. These are clear and valid points as to why the action was undertaken and pursued in the State of Massachusetts and these same points are brought forward in the Judges Order of August 16th, 2010. Not to mention that the Applicants legal counsels office is located in Boston, Massachusetts. While they also have offices in Chicago and Washington D.C., it is most likely that Boston was the most convenient site for undertaking this legal action because the appellant Court in Boston probably had a clearer schedule. I have no way of knowing this for certain, but it seems likely. Either that, or their Boston counsel was their better choice for some other reason. I any way, that was certainly a mitigating factor as to why the action was tried in Massachusetts. Even so, the Snellman brothers counsel made a huge blunder in trying to demonstrate that the Massachusetts Court was inappropriate for this action and, as a result, there are a number of sidelines that come into play here. Theres nothing like trying to tell a Court that its acting outside of its jurisdiction, especially when its clearly within its jurisdiction. Its like calling some small town Judge a bumpkin to his face.
  5. "Instead of playing runescape, I let my bot play for me, while I went to the gym and worked out" -Person A Person A is now a better person because he cheats. "Instead of playing runescape, I study for my exams" -Person B Person B is now a better person because he cheats. "Instead of playing runescape, I volunteer at a the local hospital"-Person C Person C is now a better person because he cheats. LOL! Ok, thats pretty funny. Youre asserting that someone plays Runescape by botting so they can dedicate their time to altruistic pursuits. Thats hilarious. Thats the best laugh I have had today. Are you done being ridiculous yet?
  6. "Pre-Law"? So you're not even a law student yet? Anyone else reminded of this scene: 1. I don't see how this is at all germane. If I was a law student currently I doubt I'd have time to post on a forum about a game I no longer play. 2. My opinion is based off legal research into the case, including reading the court documents. I doubt very few other people on this thread have done so. Instead, most of the posts are simple baseless opinions. At least I defend my stance. 3. Whats your point? Whats my point? My point is that youre trying to sell what youre doing as some form of legal research when you are neither a law student nor a legal representative in any manner at all. Pre-Law is a meaningless term, you could be a communications or drama major for all it matters. Anyone attending a community college is a pre-law student. Your so-called pre-law qualification is meaningless and comical. I hate to fill you in on reality here, but youre not a legal authority of any kind. Youre not doing legal research. Youre some guy whos probing the internet for what he thinks is legal data and then extrapolating nonsensical comments therefrom. Please leave the legal research to those people who actually do legal research, and know what it means to look up current law, case history, comparative precedent and common law, and then attempt to extrapolate that into the current circumstances. From what I have seen, you havent done any of that. Please leave the armchair legal opinions out of this discussion. Leave the law to those people who know what theyre talking about. Hopefully, some day if you do become a law student you will realize what a silly thing it is youre doing now.
  7. "Pre-Law"? So you're not even a law student yet? Anyone else reminded of this scene:
  8. So far I have not seen one person who supports bots or cheating that has shown that cheating or bots it is better for the game. Nor have any of them proven that they are better people or better players because they bot or cheat.
  9. Not everyone has the time to dedicate to boss killing as a means to earn money and buy skills. Not everyone wants to boss kill either to earn money to buy skills. Not everyone enjoys Dungeoneering either. Some players like Runecrafting. Some players like fishing. Just because boss killing and Dungeoneering works for you, it does not mean it works for everyone. By the way, when was the last time you did slayer for money? Was it before or after every primary slayer spot was over-crowded with bots? Try doing slayer tasks when the bots are so thick that you cannot find a world on which you can complete your task.
  10. Let's "pile on". http://www.crosswalk.com/news/religion-today/christian-charity-attacked-in-pakistan-1164054.html http://philanthropy.com/blogs/philanthropytoday/charity-in-afghanistan-attack-switches-blame-to-militants/26202 http://www.guardian.co.uk/society/2004/dec/13/internationalaidanddevelopment.sudan Is this sufficient for "point", "evidence" and "explanation" yet?
  11. Of course there is. There's people who deliberately and brutally stand in the way of charitable actions all the time. Point Evidence Explanation. It's not hard, and one out of three ain't good enough. EDIT: Sorry, just noticed from the post after you're an obvious troll. How anyone can comment on the welfare state and not sincerely know the principles of socialism is beyond me. Actually, it’s you people in here who don’t appear to comprehend what “socialism” means within this context. You all bandy about the word in such a manner as to demonstrate that you’re playing it up as some form of dirty word. There's not a social or political organization or structure that has not been positively affect by socialism. You're problem is that you don't understand the dialectic, and you have no appreciation for that which existed before socialism modified it. And anyone who watches the news can see perfect examples of people standing in the way of charitable works all over the world. Watch the next time someone attempts famine relief in Africa, or watch Muslim organizations hinder the efforts of Christian groups in the Middle East. Watch the drug cartels hinder the efforts of the Catholic Church in South America. There’s always someone willing to stand in the way of such charitable acts in order that they can wield “the power” over other people. These things happen every single day. You have to be blind not know about them.
  12. Oh, right you are there. Well, in MY day, I had to get up a half hour before I went to bed, drink a cup of cold poison, walk three times across the entire map of Runescape, uphill each way, and pay MILLIONS in Runescape gold for the privilege, in my dad's pajamas, and when I got home, my mother would PK me, loot all my good stuff, bury me and dance on my grave! :blink: Am I the only person who gets the Monty Python reference? :rolleyes: LOL! Thanks! You would think that my name would be a dead giveaway. :-)
  13. You just don't get it. One size will never fit all, and that's a failure of socialism. It's the difference between 50 different family owned restaurants, and 50 McDonalds. Except it's even worse than that, as each McDonalds is locally owned and operated. Socialism? :unsure:
  14. Of course there is. There's people who deliberately and brutally stand in the way of charitable actions all the time.
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