“I see,” says Milton flatly. “You’re up for defending kiddie porn? And for anonymously stealing the work someone else creates–“
“I think of it more like throwing tea into a harbor,” says Grazi.
“I know you didn’t just compare downloading Mase to risking your life for a country’s freedom,” laughs Milton.
“You’re aware that the Constitution specifically limits copyright?”
“Okay,” says Milton, and salts his hash browns (scattered and smothered). “You want to play founding fathers? Try ‘the price of liberty is eternal vigilance.'”
“So, then,” says Grazi, “when we trade the former for the latter, we’re paying more for less?”