We're all animals with a highly dysfunctional belief that our superiority over other species comes with perks like morality. We have devolved to question the actions we take for species wide survival. The puppet that closed the lid is not evil and the puppet that helped open the lid is not good. They are merely viewed as tools. Or rather variables in the equation of survival. The puppet that helped open the lid is viewed as valuable, not morally just, because it is seen as useful in the eyes of the baby. We have just labeled selfish actions (such as the bunny taking the ball) as evil because they interfere with the survival of the herd as a whole. It's more of a debate of self vs group and who benefits.
" You're a game designer; What's the title of your game?" is the name of my game.
It's a 4X space flight and economy simulator game. The hook is that space is actually CYBERSPACE! and your commodities are ideas for video games that you need to physical transport from computer to computer via the dangerous INTERWEB, which is a nefarious system of tubes you have to navigate through.
"You are not your job. You're not how much money you have in the bank. You're not the car you drive. You're not the contents of your wallet. You're not your fucking khakis. You're the all-singing, all-dancing crap of the world."
Since corporations have person-hood who is going to the funeral for Microsoft? Should we protest it Westboro Baptist style with signs like "God Hates DRM" and "All Greedy Billionaires Should Burn in Hell! Okawa 31: 21"