53 posts • joined Tuesday 16th December 2008 12:15 GMT
People are fucking retarded.
DVD resolution is usually 576p(720x576) or 480p(720x480) with a significant amount of lossy compression.
Blu-Ray resolution on the other hand is either 720p (1280x720) or 1080p (1920x1080) with much improved and less lossy compression.
I feel for them.
It must be really hard to buy a domain name then simply sit on it until someone offers to pay 13+ million dollars. The poor things, we can't even fathom the sorrow they've been through.
good luck with that
It seems like a business that has been fucked with has a sense of humor.
From my cold dead hands.
Let me modify my screensaver parameters, let me change the color of the text on the fucking taskbar, let me do all the things you don't think users need to be able to change. Once you've accomplished these simple tasks get back to me and I might switch back from KDE. Until then Gnome you can lick my ass.
I can stop any time I want!
Assuming that my Tier 2,000.000 helm drops tonight, then my life will be complete.
That's awesome, I had one die a month ago and they would barely speak to me.
So if my data is still intact they should go ahead and fix my drive and send it back to me.
You know because 900GB of dataloss in a perfectly healthy drive is a common thing.
Douche bags wanted me to pay them 2 grand to recover the data when the problem was theirs in the first place.
Meanwhile I was shipped a refurbished model only after they were sure that I was really sending mine back.
> also accidental viewing would happen and once its cached on your machine you have broken the law
So... from your concept of the law.
If some homeless loon were to run up to you and open a large poster of kiddie porn and it was witnessed by a police officer then YOU would be breaking the law for accidentally seeing it?
Think for a second about that you douche.
Get off my internet, no really, you're not wanted here.
If you really think this is about protecting the children, you're as ignorant as you let on.
This is about content control, and setting precedence for future content blocks.
Why not start banning books that talk about underage sex? They're evil and will hurt our children right?
If you want to protect children become a crossing guard you twit.
I'm serious here.
The day my ISP starts to block ANYTHING in an attempt to say what I can and can not view, I will drive down town to their local office and put a flaming brick through their front window. You brits, the aussies and freaking china need to put and end to this chite before it gets out of hand. Don't just say "oh well it's just this one thing... i'm mad but not mad enough to get in twoubble" ... kick-start the revolution and burn it all down.
It's quite obvious...
It's quite obvious that there is only one thing she is truly good at, and it ain't showing up at parties.
IMHO it rhymes with cucking socks.
Exactly how much air will they need to get there?
And once they're there how in the bloodly hell will they breathe?
Is this guy aware that there is no breathable air on mars?
As long as their 2TB drives aren't plagued with the problems of the 1.5TB chite the released awhile back I don't care if the do hit the wall. All I want is about 4 of these puppies to make my ultimate raid5 media server.
I honestly can't stop laughing.
This is the best thing ever.
Honestly the whole statutory rape thing has gotten a bit out of sorts over the last few decades.
Individuals are individuals for a reason. It's our right as human beings to make our own choices and no one else should have any say in it. Obviously this girl went out of her way to show that she was ready to be sexually active. That was her choice. Regardless of any system of law there is no reason to punish anyone in this situation. I mean at best her parents should have grounded her until she was 18, but I don't believe that the so called law should have any say in the matter. Now don't get me wrong there are situations where force; whether it be physical or verbal where laws should be in place to protect people. However when two consenting human beings make the decision to have a sexual encounter that same system of law should protect them and their privacy.
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