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Let's Read The Comments On That Dumb Pro-DRM Petition

Posted on Thursday, July 11 @ 14:55:19 Eastern by

I can't believe this is a thing now. It makes me want to start a petition that reads "David Fontenot: Give Us Back Our F***ing Lives."

But it seems like I don't have to, because some of the most popular comments on the petition have essentially done it for me. (BTW, it's official. Change.org is now N4G with signatures.)

Besides, I've got better things to do than take this petition seriously, so let's just laugh at all the trolliange, shall we?

John whatzittoya from Sonyville, WY:

ill sign to help ps4 so we have no stupid people on the same console as me.

Phukfaic McGree from Australia:

I love restrictions. I want always online DRM. I want the game rental business to become obsolete. I don't want to let my friends borrow games, because fuck them. All I care about is my god damn new age console that'll blow everything else out of the water! Fuck the PS4 and fuck those Sony guys for catering to fans who care about their gaming experience. Fuck PC, that shit is stupid. Steam? Fuck that shit. They never have sales or anything. It's not as affordable as buying my games from the XBL marketplace. I love Microsoft and their business practices will be the best forever. Fuck yes. <3 Xbox.

Dtrex Gaming from Fums, AZ:

It's so important so that the Xbox one is shittier again

Retards Annon from Stupidpeople, CA:

Please sign this petition. Support retards!

Jason Mounce from Whitby, Canada:

Microsoft, I'll never buy your consoles so I'll help your deluded fanbase so there will be less a chance to see your zombie-fanbase over on Sony's demographic.

Please restrict 'me' and 'my' fellow Xbox players, we love bending over and taking it up the *** with DRM, an overpriced webcam that can spy on me and the ability to be shafted turns me on. This is why I want restrictions to come back because your visions of the future surely are what humanity strives to achieve - just as Loki said in The Avengers, we humans love to bow and be enslaved! So, why not start off with Xbox One being the leap into that direction?

Dirty Sanchez from Savannah, Georgia:

Because I hate myself as much as I hate the xbox one, and I deserve a console that treats me like the dirty, piece of shit I am.

Tags:   Xbox One, Microsoft, DRM
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