I’m more or less that bootlegging isn’t okay, but short of goin’ there and beatin’ the shit out of the guy until he stops, nothin’ is goin’ to be done. Can’t do a cease and desist. Bootlegging is gonna happen. When someone, regardless of who they are supports it, take your stance and ride that wave. When Headlock was threatened to be bootlegged I had extensive conversations with Ken about it, where him and I came to our own conclusions. What else is there to do? Sure you can be vocal about your discontent for it, and I’m all about the dialogue, but this outrage and accusations of chips on shoulders is weak. If an artist I know and liked got a hold of a Headlock boot and did their own shit with it I’d take it straight to ‘em with questions. Not talk shit in a private chat and admit I don’t have the balls to publicly say somethin’ like another collector did. All this whack ass persecuting and shit sounds like Lars Ulrich when he cried in court about Napster, and I’m willin’ to bet every single person on this board has illegally pirated music and/or movies. I’ve also recently bought some bootleg White Zombie and Sepultura shirts/hoodies if anyone wants somethin’ else to be mad about. I’m a huge fan of Paul’s and I’m friends with Mori and Jon. I’ve openly expressed my issue and distaste for their bein’ bootlegged, and I know of several artists and friends that have bought boots, painted them shits and sold ‘em. I handled that in my own way: talked to some of the artists bein’ booted, the artists that bought/painted the boots, let ‘em have at it. I’m not gonna not be friends with someone over somethin’ so trivial that literally no one but the bootlegger himself has control over. I’m not sayin’ no one can be bothered or upset, certainly the artists. But collectors makin’ shit personal and throwin’ around private threats of offing an artists collection? Have at it. I’m sure that’ll show ‘em.