p2pnet view MPAA:- Move over, Lucky. Move over, Flo.
In undeniable proof that the lamescream media will suck up anything Hollywood dishes out, under the leadership of displaced boss Dan ‘The Joker’ Glickman, the MPAA (Motionless Picture Association of America) successfully passed off two labrador retrievers as official movie industry copyright cops.
Their names were, and probably still are, Lucky and Flo.
“Then there was Ruca, Portugal’s own black lab, and the late Manny, a yellow lab, who was found dead before he had a chance to get to work”, says the Independent Eye.
“Foul play was suspected: a bounty of $28,000 allegedly hangs over the heads of Lucky and Flo.
“The autopsy was never made public — the MPAA ordered movie theaters to fly their flags at half-mast.”
Now meet Dixie, “who’ll be assisting government councils in Scotland”, says the story, noting:
“Dixie is a thoroughly adorable springer spaniel who can also sniff out tobacco.”
And this “may yet be a striking growth area for dog trainers, even if distinguishing a pirated DVD from a legit one by smell will remain eternally impossible”, observes the post, correctly.
No need to stay tuned.
… and identi.ca
Independent Eye – DVD-sniffing dogs, the more adorable side of the anti-piracy battle, June 17, 2010
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