The year is 2010 and after years of wrangling through congress, a law is passed making the ownership of mp3’s illegal. This is now to be enforced by the CIA, FBI, and the United States Military.
The website www.cdfreaks.com is outlawed as the Federal Courts deemed it a tool of P2P and CD copying terrorism and placed it on the State’s Terrorist Organization list. Many of it’s moderators have to live life on the move, going through Europe with fake passports and midnight harrowing border crossings.
Those caught are handed over to the United States for mp3 terror charges and they are brought to GuantÃ¡namo Bay, Cuba.
Mr. Belvedere is tragically gunned down in a battle with special forces, but not before taking 10 others with him.
Huzzy is assassinated when secret agents place a bomb under his car. Amongst the white pieces of bloodstained metal, many CD-R’s are found. This case is hailed as a “Cache of possible copy-stealing software taken off the streets” by the papers.
G@M3FR3@K is incarcerated in an Egyptian jail and beaten to reveal the whereabouts of others to which he commits suicide with a simple note saying “freaks forever”.
Airhead is missing in the mountains after several B-52 bomber runs attempt to take his life. He finds the skeletal remains of Osama Bin Laden and is not encouraged.
With most of the Moderators dead and the average posters on the message boards missing, the fat record company executives light their cuban cigars with 50 dollar bills and laugh. They used artists as a tool…and the government as a tool.
Is your life worth an MP3?
(A stupid story by BadASCII)