In this age of online-piracy, where big US companies like ComCast are strangling consumers bandwidth privileges, who can the big software houses and Internet providers call on to reach the kids of tomorrow?

Well, back in the early 90’s, it wasn’t Superman or Batman that protected classics like Monkey Island and Wing Commander 2. No, it was a bad-ass rapper, come super-hero that the really reached out to the kids. 

In this ‘caught on camera’ expose, witness the mighty ‘Double Def’ preventing two innocent kids from taking their first steps into a life of crime:

If the Internet-Police had such speedy countermeasures today, we could all rest easy!

Little is known of what happened to the MC, however it is rumoured that he was accidentally deleted in the late 90’s, whilst trying to stop a kid from copying Quake…for shame…he wasn’t just def…he was DOUBLE def!

Ken Eakins

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Ken Eakins is a filmmaker and weird stuff enthusiast from the South of England.

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