I was planning on writing a how-to on installing a hacked version of Mac OS X on a PC, complete with “DO THIS AND YOU ARE DAMNED TO HELL YOU DIRTY PIRATE” disclaimer and everything.
Upon reflection, I decided not to bother with the how-to. There are already countless guides out there (like the in-depth one at Lifehacker), and it’s pretty much pointless to install Mac OS X on a PC. It most likely won’t work as well as Mac OS X on a real Mac, which makes such an installation good as a proof-of-concept thing, but not really good for much else. Believe me, you’re better off sticking with Windows or Linux, both of which are legal to install on PCs. If you want a Mac, go buy one. Or go find someone who actually had the decency to provide a how-to guide after tempting his readers with one. (On a related note, please don’t hunt me down and shoot me. I don’t think I’d appreciate it very much.)