ARG! You're missing the point entirely
! Free software has nothing to do with price!
Free Software means:
1 - The freedom to run the program for any purpose (this one stops H.A.L. from being free software)
2 - The freedom to study and change the program (With proprietary software like MS's crap, you have to beg the developer for features, and if something goes wrong, sorry, tell the developer and wait)
3 - The freedom to redistribute the program, for $0 or a fee (Every program gains this freedom at some point)
4 - The freedom to improve upon the program, and share changes with it's other users (this one is why almost every free program is technically better than it's non-free counterpart)
"like google is not free, you still use it though."
Google is proprietary, but it's a little different for websites. It certainly has 1 and 3
"internet is not free, well to most folks anyways."
GNU/Linux has a big chunk of the server market, and the free Apache program is really, really big there as well. The internet might be free, depending on the site (www.gnu.org
certainly, msn not so much)
"time itself is not free, neither are feelings."
You're free to do and think whatever the hell you want, in most of the world
"pretty much nothing is really free in this life or the virtual world, be it software, people or anything else. "
For the first one, with BLAG and similar systems, you can run your whole computer on free software. For the second two, see the part before this.