I was just reading about Brad and Angelinas new dream home. 58 million dollars. It takes most of us 30 years to pay off a simple home. I do have to give them some credit for trying to help the poor but they are a rarity.
I'm thinking about how much people can spend on one movie. Some people take their family to the theater and spend 50 bucks. Then they have bought the dvd, and then again upgraded to bluray. I can't believe there are people out there that would give close to 100$ for a single movie. I know not everyone is doing this but I'm just using it as a example on how over charged we are.
I think it could be partially whats wrong with the economy. Everyone is buying this virtual content and its not going back into the economy to support real working people. In my opinion movies should be public domain after the theater. Most people don't get paid after they clock out for the day so why should a virtual item keep generating revenue? We need some kind of boycott on a world scale. Even the people that can't pirate should just rent the stuff instead of buying. I had to vent and couldn't find anywhere else on the internet to post my rant .