3 definitions by an4ljuggernaut

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1. Getting robbed by Microsoft. Paying 599 EUR for the retail version of Windows Vista Ultimate, 460 EUR for the hardware upgrades needed to use it and getting that lovely "This copy of Microsoft Windows(R) is not genuine." box after two weeks' use. How come the users who actually pay for their software suffer from the antipiracy campaign while the users with warez versions have no problems at all?

2. Having to waste lots of time to view the FBI warnings every time one starts to play a genuine DVD while the pirated versions usually omit these warnings or at least have no limits on using fast forward to skip them.

3. The compatibility problems associated with protected audio CD's. While the consumers buying genuine versions have to cope with these problems, the others using pirated versions with no copy protection or downloading MP3's and burning CD's themselves are not affected. An extreme example was the Sony rootkit scam.

4. The annoying tendency of some games to require that the game CD-ROM is present every time the game is started/played even if the game is fully installed on the hard drive. Again, the pirated versions often come with a patch which disables the CD check, thus creating a more pleasant gaming experience.
Person 1: 'I actually paid Microsoft 599 euros for this piece of crap and now it says it's not genuine'
Person 2: 'That's just unfair'
Person 3: 'But that's just Microsoft's Genuine Disadvantage'
by an4ljuggernaut February 27, 2007
The pilot of an aircraft initiates rotation after reaching V(r) speed in order to obtain the scheduled takeoff performance. The term rotation is used because the aircraft pivots around the axis of its main landing gear due to manipulation of the flight controls to make this change in aircraft attitude. The nose is usually brought to a 5 - 20 degree nose up attitude to create sufficient lift from the wings.
At 130 KCAS, the pilot moved the control column aft to 8.4 degrees to initiate rotation as the aircraft passed the 5500 ft mark of the runway 24. The aircraft began to rotate.
by an4ljuggernaut August 04, 2006
Getting fucked by Microsoft. Paying 599 EUR for the retail version of Windows Vista Ultimate, 460 EUR for the hardware upgrades needed to use it and getting that lovely "This copy of Microsoft Windows(R) is not genuine." box after two weeks' use.
Person 1: 'I paid 599 euros for this sh!t and got to use it just two weeks'
Person 2: 'That's just unfair'
Person 3: 'But that's Microsoft's Ingenuine Disadvantage'
by an4ljuggernaut February 26, 2007

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