10 posts • joined Thursday 3rd April 2008 17:21 GMT
Oooh isn't it big news! Yet again the uselessness of twitter is seen as it almost chokes itself with redundant old news of the pirate bay bla bla bla.
Hey Robert: isohunt is great and all that but you seem to have missed something, it has no tracker. TPB is supposedly so great as it has the open trackers that anyone can use, making it available to share anything anywhere. isohunt is just an indexer and search engine with a forum...
The Sun? Obscene?
I can't believe anyone could think or say such a thing.
It's a lovely family paper for true Brits. The rag of the Bulldog brigade.
I even wipe my arse with it, it's just so bloody British and that's wot makes me proud.
Where's the IT? Not here...
@Chris Hatfield not really that funny mate.
So giving a guy a drug that forces (did I miss the quotes there or not?) a hard on, then having sex with him until he is injured is OK? It is not rape, as in forced sex?
By your reckoning, if you are a man then you can only suffer from forced sex if you have something shoved up your rectum?
You have a lot to learn ...
I don't know if you saw the footage on youtube or elsewhere but when he 'amazingly disappeared into the sky' and was actually just dangling in the darkness like a cheap angel Gabriel in a school nativity whilst the crowd were booing and jeering him..well, it was funny how even the live broadcast managed to keep playing crowd sounds from earlier (before they were shouting 'YOU SUCK!' and booing). I'm not saying I expected him to really disappear but he's the friggin' illusionist right? surely he can do better than to 'disappear' by being dragged into a dark area on the end of some cables?
Paul Daniels would have done a better job!
He really deserves the twatdangle name and I think it should go into the next revision of the Oxford dictionary with his special appearance in the definition.
Only Paris will do...
Blaineism is out of fashion, bring back 9-11 conspiracy theories or something.
I'm with Chris Richards on this one. Let him come back to England where we know how to treat him right.
This man is not worthy of his own piss.
Houdini is probably at this moment still trying to work out how to come back through the ether to haunt people so that he can kick Blaine into touch for name-dropping him once too often.
Paris because she seems so appealing when you've had to suffer the arsities of Blaineism.
I searched for my blog and it claimed to have found 5,826 results.
Nothing on the first page actually leading to my site, just a load of crap link farms and aggregator sites and other shit that reposts articles and earns off the ads.
Page two was no bettter...more aggregator shite.
Page three? More shit.
Page four, yep - More shit.
I hit page five and got this:
No results were found for: **REMOVED**
If you’ve checked your spelling, you could try using fewer or different keywords to broaden your search.
Still no luck? Send us your feedback: firstname.lastname@example.org
So the 5,826 results erm...disappeared? Huh?
What a pile of shite.
Definitely not cool or cuil or however they want to say it.
A google killer it is not.
I feel a mixture of sadness joy but ultimately, shame for watching such tripe.
I only hope she gets what she deserves in life ... for all we know that might well be a wad of the guys money and a few houses, etc.
Of course it might also be a suitcase of her clothes and a train ticket back to Guildford.
I hate idiots.
Ken I couldn't disagree with you more.
Of course it is a problem with the operating system?!
It's so blindingly obvious that there's no need to waste time trying to explain it further...it's all there in the article.
I find it strange that you should think the way you do.
Are you a vista developer?
Vista Advanced Security...
So many reviews on vista will always fall back to the OS' enhanced security and conclude that, if indeed there is ANY reason to move on to using vista, it would be to take advantage of this enhanced and much better security than XP can provide.
'Vista is as affected by these critical bugs as XP.'
Well I think that one line quoted from the article says it al really.
Who needs such great security?
RE: Dick emery
I wouldn't want to try and claim any kind of righteous crap about the ethics of file'sharing' as I would be the first to admit, it is most likely a bad thing. I still do it but hey, life goes on.
I just wanted to comment on the guy above as I think you dick emery are the kind of filesharer that the rest of us despise.
You remind me of the kids at school that wait until they see other kids having a fight in the playground, then they start kicking the one they don't like whilst he can't see who it is...then run away when the teacher comes.
A coward, no less.
A spineless git who sees nothing wrong in getting some of the rewards but letting others take the blame.
So you advocate that everyone who reads your comment uses P2P but as a leecher?
Use a Leech client?
There is no such thing my friend.
I actually wish it upon you that YOU do get caught.
You seem quite contented to let others take the risk for you whilst you jump on some torrent and grab the episode of Lost or whatever crap you like, let them get in shit for it. As soon as you get what you want you're off?
I hate you.
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