Discussion in 'Windows - P2P software' started by sameerl, Mar 11, 2004.
Whats the best software to use to download movies real fast? I mean fast
Go to the store and buy them. It's quicker and won't get you kicked off this site for asking about piracy repeatedly in several threads.
walet open cash over counter then dvd is suppled how quick is that ?? just outta intrest
thats k/b ps by the way heheheh
sameerl - lets not see any more of these posts about "where to get movies".
You're all wrong! Go to the MPAA Headquarters, and tell them, I am hoping to download some pirate movies off the net, please arrest me for my fucktarded brain.
I agree toiletman....I think MPAA have more to worry about than a few smalltime movies...Infact, i think they may already suspect that this goes on?...and it's no good telling the cops, i used to buy all my "backup" software from a few cops...they even printed the front covers at the police station while they were working...
I also like the fact that sameerl only asked were he could download what may be even back-up copies of movies...i mean come on...what the hell else is a p2p filesharing program used for? Not for downloading movies, games and music?
believe it or not there are alot of things that people downlaod that are perfectly legal. freeware, demo's, and especially independant music from unsigned artists. for some of them that is the only way they get any exposure at all.
Thing is, you've got to find good files... e.g. you go on the FastTrack network, and download a seemlingly innocent file named "Very innocent Freeware"
BAM! Next thing you know, you're hit by a virus.
Ya and they hit hard ... still got a bruise from the last one
Listen to Nephilium and pay for your movies, then listen to praetor and you won't have to deal with a nasty virus. Now listen to the rest of us and you won't get kicked off the forum for piracy.
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