WGA strike video: From the mouths of commenters

Agent Bradley Glenn at Kaplan Stahler Gumer Braun sent in a YouTube strike video that included footage of his colleagues supporting their clients. However, I think the most interesting element was in the video's comments:

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  1. annie says:

    You don’t have to PAY to watch TV shows on sites like NBC’s Hulu. They’re free, surrounded like advertising–just like network TV! Only they’re saying that’s promotional usage & they don’t have to pay anyone to use it that way. And they don’t pay ANYTHING to the people who created that content.
    They make money, we make money.

  2. David says:

    That would be a point well made if GrouchoG _PAID_ to watch 4000 shows over the net. Kind of hard to collect royalties/percentages on shows available through illegal file sharing.

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