Copyright Infringement and Me
Nov. 3rd, 2010 @ 11:14 pm
|Date:||November 4th, 2010 06:58 pm (UTC)|| |
Yes Monica, I have been breaking into homes for 3 decades, having been a burglar in New York, Houston, and Connecticut. I do know about breaking and entering laws. It was "my bad" indeed, and, as my theiving business is put together in long sessions, tired eyes and minds somethings forget to leave a check behind after burglarizing someone's home.
But honestly Monica, the contents of your house are considered "public property" and you should be happy we just didn't "lift" everything you own and put "property of Judith Griggs" labels on it! It happens a lot, clearly more than you are aware of, especially in houses and apartments. If you took offence and are unhappy, I am sorry, but you as a professional should know that the Ming vase we took from your house was in very bad need of repair, and is much better now than was originally. Now it will look much better. For that reason, I have a bit of a difficult time with your requests for monetary gain, albeit for such a fine (and very wealthy!) institution. We put some time into patching the cracks with elmer's glue, you should compensate me! I never charge homeowners for advice or restoring valuable antiques, and have many who give me Ming vases... ALWAYS for free!
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