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it's also a good way to get your parents to agree to things from school...like permission slips or teachers notes....just glue on a click here to continue button and you're good to go
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if you've got a contract that you need people to sign....just put a box at the bottom that says "click ok to continue"....they won't read a thing hehe


:)!! That *is* a good one :)
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it's sort of like this big police sting i read about somewhere....they were trying to catch all these guys who owed child support or something like that....and they couldn't find any of them the normal way...so they sent them all a letter saying they won some big monetary prize (sort of like the nigerian banker emails) but they had to come claim it.....i think they arrested something like 2,000 deadbeats in one 4 hour period
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Ah, yes......The creme of the crop! But those guys obviously tend towards stupid decisions. Hence the title "deadbeat".

My concern is for the actual smart people that completely ignore TOUs and EULAs. My boss was surprised when I told him that they could actually prosecute him for making copies of his software! He had no idea.
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