I have no idea how someone is able to get up in the morning and look at their own face in the mirror after they arrogated to themselves charging in excess of $1800 for a piece of a code that's intended to make it hard or impossible to read code written for a language developed by Larry and a cast of thousands with an effort of most likely in excess of a hundred man years, as well as contributed to by a huge community with an untold amount of effort, for free.
Some people wouldn't know generosity if it bit them in the tender parts. The most you can achieve with this kind of thing is to bite the hand that fed you.
Go away, leech.
Makeshifts last the longest.
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