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(Uncut)   German police shut down Europe's biggest counterfeit record-pressing plant. In related news, enough records are still being bought that it's worthwhile to make counterfeit copies   ( divider line
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2014-07-16 01:39:01 PM  
I suppose they are counterfeiting highly collectable ones specifically, subby.

Like fake art. You just need a buyer with cash who thinks its real.
2014-07-16 02:53:52 PM  
Why wouldn't they counterfit any crap? A CD costs nothing to press in volume.
2014-07-16 04:32:47 PM  
Why go to all that trouble and take that much risk? You want to rip off hipsters, open a cafe selling $5 fair trade coffees.

That or an Apple dealer.
2014-07-16 05:48:13 PM  
Look, they're just obscure subby. You've probably never heard of them..

//selling undervalued nonsense to hipsters in the US is probably their way of getting back at us for scorpions jokes...
2014-07-16 06:07:10 PM  
Next thing they will build counterfeit tube amplifiers. Just a bunch of LED's and the digital chips hidden in the base of the tubes.

Hey, wait a minute...
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