Originally Posted by butnut
One of the best pieces of advice I ever heard is, "Don't bring attention to a problem unless you can also provide a solution to it".
Think about it guys, if you cant come up with a better way, then what good is criticizing the current method?
How will putting TB out of business provide new games to the "scene"?
I'm guessing most of us against TB dislike it because all games are not free, well I'm sorry to say TB is the only method to play new games without updating the firmware on our ps3's, so killing TB without providing a free alternative will only succeed in ensuring no new games are playable on cfw.
Using some parallel thought there is no way that 14 monkey can jump at the same time and cause to earth to move from his own axis.
But still those 14 monkeys had the same objective.
They fail at the primary objective but instead created a wave. (It's something).
Some users will call it boycott, others a nonsense and the rest a nutcase.
Still, that 14 monkeys have the same tought. Not erradicate TB from the face of the earth neither hijack a cargo of the dongle.
Solutions, We have always an alternative solution.
The objective has been heard, and someone reply to that calling.
But the primary objective (if can be called like that) it's to crack it open.
Maybe the ones who want boycott will not get what they expected to.
Neither the user who thinks this is pure nonsense, but the one who is aware about this topic will get something because the user is motivated for a cause.
Results?, will see what happens. But if you don't want to jump at the same time like other monkeys, you probably *die* in your own conformity. It's ok but no one in first instance forced you to do something that you don't want to or say something that you don't like to say.
Freedom of choice.