RIAA Proves Morally Superior to Brain Eating Zombies
The RIAA has added humanitarian to its list of credentials that includes schoolyard bully and worshipers of Satan. The Dark Brotherhood of the Recording Industry has decided to drop a lawsuit which it was continuing to pursue against the grieving family of a recently deceased defendant. The man died during his litigation with the RIAA. So, the RIAA decided to go after the family's estate for unpaid downloaded music files.
Spokesperson for the RIAA Jonathan Lamy recently came out with this:
"Our hearts go out to the Scantleberry family for their loss." … "Out of an abundance of sensitivity, we have elected to drop this particular case."
Hallelujah, the RIAA are turning over a new leaf. They have demonstrated they have a moral base line that cuts off at sucking the blood from the recently deceased. They're at least one step above the brain eating zombies from Night of the Living Dead. Actually, wait - I take that back; the zombies only devoured the brains of the living. But it's a bottom line nonetheless! The RIAA are at least better than necrophiliacs and cannibals.
Perhaps there is hope for this world after all. If the RIAA is holding off litigation out of an abundance of sensitivity – maybe lasting peace in the Middle East is just around the corner.