One of my favorite moments in my backlog of podcasts (around 2016) involved one host in a discussion about media piracy saying anyone who wants to see a musical should have to pay and view it in person, then suddenly realizing how classist that sentiment was while saying it

Copyright law is a bludgeon used by corporations against ordinary people, most companies can't be bothered to preserve the culture they possess the legal rights for, and I will only watch Hamilton if handsomely paid to do so

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