Seriously, where in the world can you honestly say 'I STOLE THIS LEGALLY'?
Erm, these days, China? Korea (at least back when I was stationed there in '89).
When I was stationed in Korea in '89, if you went to a software shop downtown,
maybe at best, 10% of thier stock was original, packaged software.
All the rest was pirated floppies, MANY were virus-infected.
And this was not a dark backalley place, this was a rather large store on a main street.
And if you DID go in there to buy something, obviously they would know you were a US Soldier,
and would hit on you to bring them original software so they could copy it.
There was no copyright laws in effect in that country at that time, dunno about now.
This was also not limited to software, but also to any other goods,
aka, a Rolex on the street-corner for 40 bucks, Gucci bags for 20 dollars,
35 bucks for an ORIGINAL pair of Nike sneakers, the SAME sneakers costing 125 bucks in the PX.
Back then, we had a choice, buy our games in the PX at "x" dollars,
or go to one of the software shops, and buy it for half the PX price.
Yes, I did buy some of those floppies, but no, I never did give them one of my purchased games.
These days, the only software I buy is my OS, the occasional game,
and software I want, for which I cannot find equivelant freeware,
with the functions I want or need, for example, WindowBlinds or DeskScapes.
If you look around, there's freeware, real freeware, not that 'less-functionality'
or 'fully functional for 30 days' freeware,
for almost EVERYTHING you could ever need...