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  Reply # 1802023 16-Jun-2017 11:24
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Pirate Bay's future in peril
A court in Europe warned that giving users free access to a trove of movies and music risks breaking the law.

 

Who'da thunk it?


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  Reply # 1802027 16-Jun-2017 11:26
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Behodar:

 

Pirate Bay's future in peril
A court in Europe warned that giving users free access to a trove of movies and music risks breaking the law.

 

Who'da thunk it?

 

 


All they have to do now is find which law it broke in what country - and how they stop a server in a someone's basement in an obscure, legally dubious country from serving said trove...!






 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1802077 16-Jun-2017 11:56
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I have been looking for better ways to stream content on my media pc using HLS. Most of what I find is pirated. I can't believe how much is out there. It is hard to find streams that are not pirated. A lot of it is click-ready, no ads, no sign-up, no cost, often good quality. How can anyone compete?

 

 

 

 





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  Reply # 1802668 17-Jun-2017 17:51
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Carrie Fisher's cause of death revealed - click, read: actually the cause of death cannot be determined.


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  Reply # 1802737 17-Jun-2017 19:17
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Dog Spitting

 

 

 

Is this really worthy of being in a  newspaper???


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  Reply # 1803983 20-Jun-2017 13:12
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Unfortunately the Herald/Stuff don't have a monopoly on this stuff.

 

"Swiss supercomputer edges US out of top spot" - BBC.

 

Only... the US was at #3 and is now at #4.


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  Reply # 1804760 21-Jun-2017 17:02
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We knew journalists couldn't spell and didn't know grammar. Now we also know they can't read what they've written. This is the entire article, not just a portion.

 

 

Police have found missing Auckland woman Lisa Harrison. 

 

A police spokeswoman said the 19-year-old was located on Tuesday evening, four days after she was last seen in the North Shore suburb of Takapuna.

 

Harrison was safe and well, the spokeswoman said. 

 

Police had been unable to locate Harrison despite extensive search efforts, but believed she was with friends.


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Then there's the rediculously obvious: "Children are missing out on school if taken on holiday during term time" 🙄

http://i.stuff.co.nz/national/education/93863034/children-missing-out-on-school-if-taken-on-holiday-during-term-time

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joker97:

 

We knew journalists couldn't spell and didn't know grammar. Now we also know they can't read what they've written. This is the entire article, not just a portion.

 

 

Police have found missing Auckland woman Lisa Harrison. 

 

A police spokeswoman said the 19-year-old was located on Tuesday evening, four days after she was last seen in the North Shore suburb of Takapuna.

 

Harrison was safe and well, the spokeswoman said. 

 

Police had been unable to locate Harrison despite extensive search efforts, but believed she was with friends.

 

 

Shoulda popped to her friends places!  Crazy stuff


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  Reply # 1807154 26-Jun-2017 18:35
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Is your fancy coffee machine making you sick?

 

Fantastically dumb stupid story.

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  Reply # 1807156 26-Jun-2017 18:40
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Wow, it's essentially a recycling of the "drying clothes" one from a few weeks ago, just with coffee makers instead!


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  Reply # 1807182 26-Jun-2017 18:46
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Fred99:

 

Is your fancy coffee machine making you sick?

 

Fantastically dumb stupid story.

 

I can see showers, baths, and toilets coming next.


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  Reply # 1807272 26-Jun-2017 22:16
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joker97:

 

Fred99:

 

Is your fancy coffee machine making you sick?

 

Fantastically dumb stupid story.

 

I can see showers, baths, and toilets coming next.

 

 

I stopped drinking coffee and stopped taking showers, baths, and toilets last week after the Stuff articles and I feel much better for it!!!


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  Reply # 1807274 26-Jun-2017 22:18
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Nothing wrong with taking showers. Nothing wrong with taking baths either. But taking toilets just makes you a thief!

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  Reply # 1807275 26-Jun-2017 22:23
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Behodar: Nothing wrong with taking showers. Nothing wrong with taking baths either. But taking toilets just makes you a thief!

Don't you love English? :)

 

Taking toilet breaks the trend?


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