Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Piracy as a religion? That is so crazy...

The founders of the Missionary Church of Kopimism, a group of self-confessed radical pirates hopes gaining official recognition of their own unique belief system.

 They hold CTRL+C and CTRL+V as sacred symbols – hope that along with this acceptance will come harmony, not just with each other, but also with the police.


Read the full article here and visit the website here 

13 commentaires:

Lich said...

I just found religion

Eric Peterman said...

wow VERY interesting. i cant believe it but i guess some of their main axioms make sense. damn nonetheless, pretty interesting.

Nutty C said...

Piracy? A religion? I think they're just trying to legalize piracy.

Scott said...

And why the hell not, right?

Jay said...

but do they have the triforce? ;)

Andy said...

Control C and V are pretty much the gods of technology, so damn useful :) Maybe not so much with chromes highlight and "google X" or "visit X in new tab" but still very useful!

THDQ said...

Wow, if they play it right, they will have to be recognised!

Xatana said...

...what the hell

Anonimess said...

lol, good luck to them. theres crazier religions out there.

RobinV said...

Weird, but arent all religions?

goat-on-a-stik said...

software piracy is a sort of philosophy, you can't relate it completely to physically stealing

Fugazi said...

Odd concept for a religion.

Captain said...

What the heck, haha. Thats weird. Cool blog, Im following.

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