Wake up to illegal file-sharing – The risks aren’t worth it!

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Actually I agree with pretty much all of this. I once had a conversation with a dude that was absolute adamant that he was ok, because he paid for the pro version of some shitty p2p client. I tried telling him that meant nothing, and he was an idiot for paying for it…

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    11 Responses to Wake up to illegal file-sharing – The risks aren’t worth it!

    1. “Getting exposed to pronographic materials”.. Isn’t that the point?
      Haha buying the pro version. I download the free version and then use that to download the pro version.

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    2. I encourage peer to peer networking, because stupid people download viruses, and let me tinker with their computer, until I go to jail.

      I call it the “Noob-1337 circle of life”.

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    3. Well if you are stupid enough to download files like TOTALLY SWEET SONG!!!.MP3.EXE Then it’s your own fault when you need ot reformat.

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    4. p2p clients are for fucking retards.

      If you can’t spell IRC then please take your seat.

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    5. Magnus, the 90’s called and they want their p2p method back. Seriously, I know IRC is great and all, but it’s got nothing on bit torrent.

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    6. Aside from 800kbs dl vs the usual 2 – 3 kbs or MAX 300kbs on torrents (only w the right client on a private tracker with the right configuration). Add to that EVERY public tracker is monitored by at least Mediasentry and PG2 blocklists are worthless.

      IRC may have been around for a while but you still can’t beat it.

      I beta’d the first torrent client so I’m well familiar.

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    7. Max 300kbs? wtf kind of crippled client are you using? I get 100kps from single sources sometimes, with a few of those I generally download most torrents at/around 1.5mbs, and the downloads all start immediately, unlike IRC which have wait lists, and generally aren’t very fast.

      Waiting on a file to download isn’t something that I like to do, and reminds me of dial up days, and makes me cry. IRC is beaten, hands down, by even the shittiest p2p clients out there.

      Sorta.

      IRC for file transport is just full of fail and aids.

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    8. 1.5mbs? I’ve never seen anyone get that speed on a torrent ever.

      Plus you’re still gonna get nailed if you use public trackers.

      IRC is fast and secure. You should try it again now.

      Don’t get me wrong, I like torrents too (I’d like them more at 1.5mbs. Hell I’d jack off all over them) but they’re too easy to use and everything easy to use gets ruined by the monkeys.

      Shit like Limewire and such is pure faggotry and anyone who uses it deserves the unavoidable raping that will ensue.

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    9. You can get that speed easy if it’s a good torrent, and there’s a hell of a lot more good torrents around now than six months ago. Fuck, I don’t even care. Torrents go fast enough for me, even if I get a bad slow one. I just like to be able to find 99% of what I’m looking for, which could never be done on Frostwire or IRC or whatever else.

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    10. When bored: use limewire.
      First, set file search for documents.
      Second, search keyword “eml”
      Third, enjoy the lols and omgs that come from reading peoples mail that they kindly share over the internet.

      ENJOY!!

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    11. Apparently Magnus’s best reason not to use Limewire is because it is “pure faggotry”. Not exactly the insightful logic I’d want for reviewing software…

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