Wow! You actually came to this page. Our lawyers made us include it and made us use a precious
button on our home page to get you here. At first, we thought the lawyers were a real pain. But
then we read the page. What a Netwakening! It’s really important stuff. We took the legalese the
lawyers wrote and translated it into readable English. So be a smart nethead and read the stuff on
this page. It could prevent you from hearing from our lawyers, or worse yet, from really nasty
people, like prosecutors.

Here’s the deal:
We run this site so that people like you (and people you like) can use it for personal
entertainment, information, education, communication, and cybergratification. So go ahead and
browse around all you like. You can even download stuff from the site but only for noncommercial,
personal use. If you do, though, don’t fool around with the copyright and other
notices all over the stuff. They’re there for a really good reason. And don’t even think about
distributing, modifying, transmitting, reusing, re-posting, or anything else uncool with any of the
stuff, including the text, images, audio, and video, for public or commercial purposes unless we
give you written permission. And it’s not likely we will.
If you visit our site, you’re also legally obligated to [read: stuck with] the terms and conditions
listed below and any other law or regulation that applies to the site, the Internet, the World Wide
Web, or Los Angeles, CA. You shouldn’t access or browse the site if you have any problem with
that, because once you start, there’s no turning back — you are bound by [read: stuck with] the
terms and conditions.
So here’s the scoop on our Top Ten Rules for Cybersurfers who hang out on our site:
1. For everyone’s sake, just assume that everything on the site is copyrighted unless we say it’s
not. So you can’t use the stuff except how we say you can on this page or anywhere else on the
site without our written permission. And like we said before, it’s not likely we’ll give you permission
anyway. In fact, even if we wanted to, the lawyers are likely to veto any deal anyway. So it’s better
you don’t even ask.

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