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Old 10-10-2012, 10:05 AM   #27
JD Gumby
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It is not pay what you want, if you want to pay 0.00 for them you cannot.
Yes, but that's because you wouldn't be paying anything. To "pay" for something, something has to be going from you to them.

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Not sure if this works the same as their software bundles but I have never paid more than a few cents for them and always got the bonus items as well.
Strange. You must've gotten very lucky, then.

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It is also obvious that someone may be cheating with this deal, who would pay $1000 for this bundle that you can buy for $52 ?
You are forgetting that these Bundles are for *charity*. For example, during Humble Indie Bundle 5, Notch (creator of Minecraft) donated a whopping US$12,345.67, despite having absolutely no stake in that Bundle, and donated $10,000 during Humble Indie Bundle 6. (and Humble donations are even more charitable than most, it seems, since I can't seem to find any information on acquiring reciepts to claim tax deductions)

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