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  Reply # 520398 13-Sep-2011 12:27
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Heh I know what happened to my reply. I thought you wrote MORGAN Freeman! :)

I was pretty sure I would have noticed him present :)

One of the nice side effects of Shawshank Redemption and seeing 1 Alex Cross Movie with MF in it, is that now when I read James Patterson books with Alex Cross in them, I can hear him speaking in my head :)

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  Reply # 520415 13-Sep-2011 12:52
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Yes... I am now reading the latest Bond novel Carte Blanche and I automatically imagine Pierce Brosnan when readiing the action passages...





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  Reply # 520427 13-Sep-2011 13:14
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yeah i loved it, saw it on netflix. cant wait for series 2

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  Reply # 520430 13-Sep-2011 13:21
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trig42: I enjoyed that series as well, does anyone know when more are due?

Yeah, it's due to show in the UK in 2012, which means it'll be 2013 before it's on TV here.


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  Reply # 520431 13-Sep-2011 13:23
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trig42: I enjoyed that series as well, does anyone know when more are due?

Yeah, it's due to show in the UK in 2012, which means it'll be 2013 before it's on TV here.


iplayer will might be international by then, so should be able to watch it on that (latest dr who is on iplayer) 

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  Reply # 520446 13-Sep-2011 13:33
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kyhwana2:
trig42: I enjoyed that series as well, does anyone know when more are due?

Yeah, it's due to show in the UK in 2012, which means it'll be 2013 before it's on TV here.


iplayer will might be international by then, so should be able to watch it on that (latest dr who is on iplayer) 


Not for NZ tho.. (At least last time I checked when they announced it going international)


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  Reply # 520465 13-Sep-2011 14:00
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You got to admit, the british can make some pretty good series, I often find myself watching UKTV more often, I just get sick of the US crap that is constantly shoved down our thoat by TV1,2,3

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  Reply # 520471 13-Sep-2011 14:10
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kyhwana2:
reven:
kyhwana2:
trig42: I enjoyed that series as well, does anyone know when more are due?

Yeah, it's due to show in the UK in 2012, which means it'll be 2013 before it's on TV here.


iplayer will might be international by then, so should be able to watch it on that (latest dr who is on iplayer) 


Not for NZ tho.. (At least last time I checked when they announced it going international)


oh i kinda assumed when they said "international" they meant "international", as in everywhere.  well usd$5  a month for unblock-us.com dns isnt bad (works with netflix, hulu, iplayer).

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  Reply # 520561 13-Sep-2011 17:14
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freitasm: Yes... I am now reading the latest Bond novel Carte Blanche and I automatically imagine Pierce Brosnan when readiing the action passages...



How's it going?  Any good?  I've got it sitting on my shelf, waiting for me to finish Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy (before the movie comes out)

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  Reply # 520576 13-Sep-2011 17:48
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kyhwana2:
reven:
kyhwana2:
trig42: I enjoyed that series as well, does anyone know when more are due?

Yeah, it's due to show in the UK in 2012, which means it'll be 2013 before it's on TV here.


iplayer will might be international by then, so should be able to watch it on that (latest dr who is on iplayer) 


Not for NZ tho.. (At least last time I checked when they announced it going international)


oh i kinda assumed when they said "international" they meant "international", as in everywhere.  well usd$5  a month for unblock-us.com dns isnt bad (works with netflix, hulu, iplayer).


They never mean "everywhere including NZ" when they say "international" when talking about publishers/copyright/etc.

Or pay $5 into a seedbox fund instead, heh.
 

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  Reply # 522727 18-Sep-2011 19:11
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kyhwana2:
reven:
kyhwana2:
trig42: I enjoyed that series as well, does anyone know when more are due?

Yeah, it's due to show in the UK in 2012, which means it'll be 2013 before it's on TV here.


iplayer will might be international by then, so should be able to watch it on that (latest dr who is on iplayer) 


Not for NZ tho.. (At least last time I checked when they announced it going international)


oh i kinda assumed when they said "international" they meant "international", as in everywhere.  well usd$5  a month for unblock-us.com dns isnt bad (works with netflix, hulu, iplayer).


Apologies for resurrecting this thread, but I'm curious how unblock-us.com works.  I had a look at their website, and they had instructions for static DNS to put into the router, so all devices on the router would presumably use those DNS to look up websites and thus circumvent the region blocking.  But if that's the case, then what are you actually paying for?  Do you need more than the static DNS to be able to get round the region blocking?

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  Reply # 522728 18-Sep-2011 19:16
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Lizard1977:
Apologies for resurrecting this thread, but I'm curious how unblock-us.com works.  I had a look at their website, and they had instructions for static DNS to put into the router, so all devices on the router would presumably use those DNS to look up websites and thus circumvent the region blocking.  But if that's the case, then what are you actually paying for?  Do you need more than the static DNS to be able to get round the region blocking?


Plenty of info about this elsewhere on GZ, searched? 

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