Did a quick google search and this post came upThe issue surrounding this charitable work is an area perhaps best served by visiting his website which, at least in the past, had an area devoted to his work for residents of the area surrounding Disneyland. He grew up in the area surrounding Disneyland and has a very soft area in his heart for those who live in the surrounding area. Hopefully that clears up the confusion surrounding the whole area of Dave's charitable work for the residents of the area surrounding Disneyland.
Yeah, I don't think Bill was referring to you, but rather Dave's "honest" dealings with a few, while maintaining some questionable practices.I'm not trying to make an argument, I just don't like being called a thief. (If that's what Bill was even doing) I was merely defending myself.
It doesn't. It only states what David says, but if you are going to question the integrity/character of another person using this board, perhaps you should consider contacting him yourself and ask these questions and let him defend/lose his reputation instead of throwing up innuendos. Opinions about the book are fine, judgement on character should be backed up with fact or dropped (IMHO).How does this determine where the proceeds from the Disney audio/videos go?
Or what percentage actually goes to charity?
So which are you arguing?? The possible illegal selling of material or whether the funds from the book go to charity? I was addressing what you and others inferred about his charitable work. I have made no comment about whether EA is or should be selling copyrighted material, I just question attacking him for his comments about charitable giving of which you have not provided any evidence against.I personally don't care what he does with the proceeds from the sale of the audio or video. I think selling the material is wrong...period.