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Reply # 33063 15-Apr-2006 23:28
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I'm beginning to wonder if this thread is just turning into a thread to post your favorite resource for piracy.




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Reply # 33065 15-Apr-2006 23:36
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IIRC 1/3 of all internet traffics are BT's, so can't argue with that ;)

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 33068 15-Apr-2006 23:44
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Pirated content at the end of the day is pirated content. You can't argue with that.





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  Reply # 33070 16-Apr-2006 00:12
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Piracy = something that everyone does, just not something people should really say they are doing.

FYI: everybody = a rash generalisation

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  Reply # 33133 16-Apr-2006 22:50
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Yea i think it is turning into a post to put all your favriute ways to download  Laughing

Use utorrent it is the fastest and best by far

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  Reply # 33134 16-Apr-2006 23:01
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Personally I use Azureus. I don't see any improvement using different programs providing that your firewall is set up.

This month I have used 21.23 GB with the cycle almost over. Most of the downloading occured at the beginning and the end with relatively little downloading done in the middle.

Its a pity I'm getting forced off the flatrate to a 40gb 256kbps plan, however in saying that - I'm most likely not going to hit that.




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  Reply # 33138 17-Apr-2006 01:48
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Ah well i went through 10Gb in 5 days, when i changed my plan i found it was only for 5 days before my regular billing month started so good times.....

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