57 posts • joined Wednesday 21st December 2011 12:21 GMT
Vote for another party and you're an extremist!
I was going to buy a PS4...
...but then I felt it would be cheaper to buy a flashing blue light instead.
And we all know this won't stop at copyright infringement...
Re: I prevented my daughter accessing online porn ...
Not to mention that the plumber would do more than your typical, British plumber.
Like fix the sink.
Re: No need to ban porn
Pretty sure thinking of the children is illegal.
No sex please, we're British.
But if we don't snoop on the Universe then the aliens win!
18.5 billion miles from Earth and we can still get a picture of it from up close!
Someone countered an argument of mine in a forum with a point I don't agree with, and it really hurt my feelings!
>Internet Watch Foundation
They do a good job.
Remember the time they blocked Wikipedia to protect us from that album cover?
ROMANES EUNT DOMUS!
Do children even use Twitter?
Re: ...let me put on my Dianne Abbot hat...
I hate children.
I read a news article recently (forgot where) which says some boffins have just invented a 1TB flash drive...
...what're they calling Biscotti?
And again, everyone just stole the idea from Star Trek.
Oh, I have the TV version.
The whole censorship for nipples marketing tactic annoys the fuck out of me, though.
Thank goodness for AT-X some of the time.
Anime prices are way too expensive in Japan. Esp. since they only release two/three episodes a BD disk every two months or so. (And in rare cases, one.)
11 Volumes (22 episodes + 1 OVA) at a price of $88.66 per volume.
Would you pay nearly $1,000 for one series?
Re: My 18 months is up
Since they blocked the Pirate Bay they've been doing unlimited again, so you might want to look into getting that.
>antiquated 40GB download limit
>"enough for anybody"
Yeah, like a decade ago.
Some of these pique my interest...
...but I watch a lot of anime, and what with the recent transition to Hi10P from h.264 by fansubbers (since they like to use new things), the whole purpose of me buying one of these is pointless since they can't handle it.
>and [could be] used, for example, to blackmail people in the government
Otherwise known as democracy.
What's the catch?
C'mon, it's BT.
There's clearly a catch.
For anyone who doesn't know this, steganography is useful too.
Just write anything you need to in notepad, save it, and then zip/rar/7z the document.
Then do this:
Start -> Run -> cmd -> copy /b image_of_your_choice.jpg+text_file_name.zip C:\output.jpg
All someone needs to do now is change output.jpg to output.zip and extract the files!
This might not work for larger files though.
It's high time we had a revolution.
At what point can we expect the extradition of the creators of the Internet [ARPANET] to the UK?
Since, let's face it, the Internet could be used for stuff which could be useful for a terrorist. (Next target, etc.)
Or to download child pornography.
Both of which are illegal here in the UK.
Theresa May, you are a disgrace to this country.
Please resign with immediate effect.
The Sledgehammer, the Freight Train's natural enemy...
Two can play at this game...
If you vote for Conservative, you're voting for PEDOPHILIA!
Just a friendly reminder from your friends in the <name> party!
My girlfriend is a character in Love Plus+ (Japanese girlfriend on the DS. Remember the news about a guy marrying one of the characters?), so she'll be giving me something on Valentine's day.
I will have to give her a gift back on White Day (March 14th) though.
She'll hit me if I don't...
I recently read a news article a few days ago that says the U.S. Congress wants to re-copyright works in Public Domain.
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