The Pirate Bay's spokesman Peter Sunde, aka BrokeP, has quit his role as the BitTorrent tracker's mouthpiece because it's taking up too much of his time. BrokeP confirmed his decision to back away from his media tard role at TPB in a blog post yesterday. "The past years I’ve been very active in the discussion of the current …
"Surprisingly, however, BrokeP didn't make any mention of his decision to back away from TPB on his Twitter account"
Check again. Or does linking to the blog post announcing his descision to stand down not count?
I have a feeling of being sessile ...
... when I need to be the most motile creature ever. The regeneration will continue with me in another place.
Translation "I'm going to split and avoid the 600K fine".
A euphemism for having kids or having a wank?
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Don't think you're allowed to blog from jail might be the simplest explanation.
Biological dispersal =
> A euphemism for having kids or having a wank?
Maybe a dump, if gut motility is what he has in mind.
After all the other crap TPB produced over the last few years, I suspect that this is some half-arsed attempt to claim that you can help freedom of speech on "The Internets" by shagging him.
(Dear Reg: is "Internets" his typo or yours?)
Clearly however he's about to resurrect as a cylon hybrid... after all a LOT of BSG was warezed with the help of TPB's trackers!
Terminator Icon because there's no Cylon Centurion, and PH looks nothing like Number 6.
So why aren't they in prison pending their appeal? Normal criminals would do the time then if the conviction was quashed on appeal, get compensation. Send them down!
I expect to see that quote in the next edition of Private Eye's "Pseuds Corner".
My bollockometer bent its sodding needle round the stop pin.......
Fair play to him, I've been trying to use sessile in a sentence for years. I've managed sussurus and obtain but it's no consolation.
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