Don’t Copy That Floppy


In 1992 the Software Publishers Association decided to put an end to video game piracy once and for all. They gathered the greatest creative minds of their time and converged upon Cardozo High School in Washington, D.C. It was a meeting of minds that can only be compared to the Manhattan Project. Amazingly it took only 3 hours for them to come up with the ultimate anti-piracy weapon. Led by MC Double Def DP, the J. Robert Oppenheimer of his time, they came up with a music video that was so convincing that it put an end to video game piracy once and for all.

WARNING: If you plan on trying to pirate ANYTHING at sometime in your life, do not watch this video.


Garry Vander Voort

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