As far as torrent sites go I recommend: Pirate Bay, Fenopy, and ISO Hunt are among my favorites (however there are many excellent servers). Bittorrent and Utorrent remain my reliable clients. However, I'm sure there are many more dependable clients as well.
I ultimately hope South Park Studios reevaluates their advertising obligations in regard to their loyal and ever growing fan base. As proprietors of some-what open media I hope they'd remember there exist a balance of revenue and exposure that for which their great success is owed today.
A fan from the beginning to the end...
Daniel P. Harris
P.S. f*ck Sean Penn... seriously
All they made me do was get ad block.
Christian Hard Rock's point was as true for TV as music, so I wouldn't be ashamed to wear an eyepatch.
skurtz wrote:nwt000 wrote:Get your trolling ass out of here!
I'm more friendlier drinking some espresso.
I hate hate hate hate hate internet ads. The audio is loud, the quality is now, sometimes the ads load and the content that you sit and watch the ad waiting for doesn't, which makes me feel like I was ripped off. I watched the ad, but didn't get the content.
This is why in most cases I still use old fashioned TV, VCR, DVR and DVD Recorder (when I can) so I can fast forward thru the commercials. They don't get me to buy anything anyway.
I was watching a tape from 10 years ago and I still remember the commercials. Commercials today are far from memorable.
In regards to South Park, I always buy the DVD when it comes out. Sometimes I buy an episode in iTunes if I want it in HD. The only problem with DVDs is that since Season 15, they decided not to use Closed Captions, instead using English subtitles. I HATE when DVDs do that. I don't need closed captions, but I like to use them from time to time.
If you want a variety of content without commercials, may I suggest Netflix? I know they don't do DVDs anymore and they pissed people off, but they have decent content on there for a $7.99 monthly fee. You can watch both TV shows and movies on there. I don't do so, as I really don't watch much TV, but it's an option for those who do and hate ads.
nvvmeac wrote:As far as torrent sites go I recommend: Pirate Bay, Fenopy, and ISO Hunt are among my favorites (however there are many excellent servers). Bittorrent and Utorrent remain my reliable clients. However, I'm sure there are many more dependable clients as well.
Yes, there are; an excellent site is http://www.demonoid.me/ and their beta site: http://beta.demonoid.me/
As for clients, (I use Mac), there is µTorrent and Transmission.
Magnet links are very fast.
kfgg wrote:I only use file sharing when I seriously have to, such as when it can't be found anywhere else.
That's why I started with this in the first place
I often download stuff so I can rip audio out of episodes.
But I also do it because I can. I've said this many times on here over the years, but I'm either going to download a movie for free or I'm not going to see it. Movies are expensive to go to. Especially now that my neighborhood theater sells beer.
You read it! You can't unread it!
zzyzx 1 wrote:That's why I started with this in the first placekfgg wrote:I only use file sharing when I seriously have to, such as when it can't be found anywhere else.M00ndragon69 wrote:I like the movies they have been in, I want to see them in more movies, so I am going to support them by actually buying a dvd or a movie ticket.
Some of us do buy the dvd or the movie ticket if available; but older stuff, no longer available from any source, that's when we download it. Personally I would buy it if available. But when it isn't . . . . .
That industry has zero respect for it's audiences. They think we're all too stupid to follow a storyline we haven't seen a million times before or keep track of more than three simultaneous plots. That does make the occasional movie that doesn't conform to those marketability standards much more interesting, though.
Fortunately, technology has allowed a lot of good movies to be made without the big money of the giant corporate studios. So while fighting robots are bashing each other in the face, we have these other flicks that come out of nowhere with intelligent stories, great acting and genuinely interesting characters.
You read it! You can't unread it!
Personally I would buy it if available. But when it isn't . . . . .
That's what my friend Miranda said when she downloaded [i]Song of the South[/i)
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