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Queldorei says

This man just made my day, so I decided to share it :)

Hi there, my name is Petre and I’m using one of your works without paying for it. I’m talking about a Magento Theme named “Shopper”. I found it on the internet and I customised it a bit to fit my needs. The thing is I’m quite avaricious when it comes to pay for online and virtual things. And I thought it’s better to give your theme’s value to the poor, in the name of your soul, instead of paying it to you. How’s that? Will you save me from a little sin and do yourself some good by giving something to the poor?


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digitalimpact says

LOL, you must be the sheriff, then? :P

But Robin Hood was a brit, Petre is a Romanian name ;)

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Bedros says

And how does she/he decide that you’re (or we’re) not the poor one(s) :)

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