Yes. It is. What are you even talking about? Not only have I shown your entire premise about paying for shows to be absolute bull**** now you're off on some random tangent about whether or not using somebody's 'ideas' is copyright infringement? Here Harry, I'll ask you, when you buy a book, are you paying for the person's use of the English language or are you paying for what is in the book?It's not your property though.You did not originally create all the work in developing your idea's, you most definitely borrowed from others. Talk about leech.
Price is based on Supply and Demand, for IP the supply is infinite, so it should be free right?
Ah, I guess musical instruments, musicians, record producers, and the thousands of hours that go into making a single record or film etc don't count as 'time and materials'.It takes time and materials to make each physical item, not so much for IP.
You're simply reaffirming my point. You don't create anything and are one more simpleton trying to steal **** from others. So it's no skin off your back.I won't be vexed as that is reality.
Rofl, that doesn't even make sense. Writers don't credit people for the paper they use. They don't credit people for the invention of pencils. What 'ideas' are musicians leeching off others? Seriously, do you know anything about the media industry? Or are you going to keep claiming you're paying for shows?The whole point of the limitations of IP was because IP creators did not do all the work in their creations, they borrow from others.You call piracy leeching, yet you "leech" work from others and claim credit for the whole idea.