Let's see. I have nearly 500 tracks on my phone right now. Besides those, there are about 200 archived ones on my computer. Averaging the price and considering that some of them are free, that's about $700.
The only other things I remember pirating are FL Studio (producer edition is $300 I guess?) and Undertale (which in Brazil costed about $10 at the time).
That's a thousand buckerinos. About five months of work getting one minimum wage solely to pay that.
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Originally posted by Koops
Guys, you have effectively admitted your own guilt. It may be used against you in the court, maybe not the criminal one, but the civil one (there is much weaker burden of proof requirement in civil cases). If you actually pirated something, don't tell it. Maybe it's a good idea to erase your posts too.
hypothetically if i actually pirated anything in my life (I haven't) that number would be impossible for me to pay. I'd probably have to go to jail for a long time to cover the costs. I've had to redownload my music library 3 times (switching computers) which is already about 20,000 songs multiplied by 3. That isn't counting seasons of tv shows, movies, software, and lewd i'd otherwise be paying for. fortunately I have never downloaded any of these things.
if i sold kidneys blood eyes or semen I would definitely want to keep the money and spend it on stuff I cant pirate.
Hard to say. I used to pirate a lot in my teenage years. If all of those things were held against me today, a lot would come together, probably at least a few thousand Euros. Today, I don't really pirate stuff anymore, or if anything, I only pirate stuff that I consider "morally acceptable" to pirate, like very old games or video game music. In other words, stuff that noone would even bother to sue me about. I never pirate any new game, movie or music releases if I can legally buy them. Therefore, I don't consider myself in danger of getting sued.