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Dec 10, 2008 | 2:14 PM EST
  • Daily 3rd Place December 11, 2008

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4.40??????? if this movie gets in the top 50 of all time list on the flash portal, i'm deleting this from newgrounds

4.37 please zero bomb the crap out of this

4.36???? stop giving this movie good scores i don't want this to be my highest rated submission. please ok

edit: 4.25 my data continues to climb, however it looks to be peaking (???)

edit: 4.20 i am at a loss for words

edit: why does this movie have over a 4.1? you voters are retarded

edit: why does this movie have approx. a 4.0? you voters are kuhrazee

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PIRACY CAUSES GLOBAL WARMING STOP PIRATING OR WE WILL BE CRISPY CRITTERS

EDIT: As reminded by ChemicalVengence, and referenced from section 2.1 of the flying spaghetti monster page on wikipedia, PIRATES DO NOT CAUSE GLOBAL WARMING! THEY HELP DECREASE GLOBAL WARMING! CARRY ON THEN!

Reviews


dragonblade22dragonblade22

Rated 5 / 5 stars October 19, 2009

Nice Video!

Using the metaphor for computer piracy was really clever! :P


Starogre responds:

tanks man


FarhzeugFarhzeug

Rated 5 / 5 stars October 17, 2009

cool

this music really is from lazy town, but you kinda made it alot better!!! also when that pirate got hit by a hammer i began to laugh, and the credits music with captain planet was cool too, i live in another country, so the music from lazy town sounds alot different when in my language, if i have to be honest, it sounds way better on english, nice work


Starogre responds:

thank you so much


JohnnyZoomJohnnyZoom

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars October 15, 2009

Epic

Best music EVAR! And the metaphor for computer piracy was really creative.



XexodXexod

Rated 5 / 5 stars October 14, 2009

thats amazing

what would we do without bit torrent?

also, who is the girl pirate with a giant anchor?


Starogre responds:

May, from guilty gear XX accent core


113420113420

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars October 11, 2009

and a pirate i am!

honestly though, i have no idea what point you're trying to make with this, if any.
aside from the obvious animation flaws, it was fairly good and kept me watching.
anyway. on to the juicy discussions.
Wouldn't it be nice if everything was free? and the only obligations you have to pay are if you truly want to support the creators?
yeah, that would be nice. too many people would take advantage of that, though. such a shame.


Starogre responds:

its not too bad. i don't know how many people are actually profiting off illegal software, but most professional businesses and schools have 10s to 100s of copies of adobe's software which makes them a looooot of money. and their software is sold worldwide too...