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Topic # 8091 2-Jun-2006 21:30
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What files do you usually leech using your preferred Torrent prog??

Mine..

Top Gear, this latest series is VERY LOL!!

In fact its the only reason I started using a torrent client, heh.





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Reply # 37551 3-Jun-2006 12:05
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Desperate housewives (have finished watching the 2nd season now)
Criminal minds - they only played the first 8 eposodes here and then dropped it.
Doctor who
the it crowd - funiest geek humour
movies
music videos
music
software

why wait for add filled programs to make it to NZ when you can download divX widescreen with no adds the day after it plays in the states.




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  Reply # 37624 4-Jun-2006 15:37

I download all the latest WRC footage, sometimes less than 24 hours after the race has finished.
I use & prefer the mule/ed2k network (amule.org client) because searching for torrents can be a PITA.




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