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[M8]-HARRY

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  • Birthday 12/09/1980

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    Small little town in oz.
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    Trying to play cyberpunk, Monty Python, good sci-fi books, computers, music, Warhammer 40,000. Looking for new friends, stonking big hard reving V8's.
  1. social media is abuzz with conspiricy stories, i think it will be a while before we find out more (if ever). Should make for some interesting news to keep an eye on.
  2. Any doubts i had about this being fps instead of 3rd person are official gone by the way side. That trailer rocked, thanks for sharing Hanns.
  3. the full game goes right off!
  4. [M8]-HARRY

    Priest

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=stAfEDSosXc
  5. [M8]-HARRY

    Priest

    The movie is good. The church is "the corporation" and the city has a real cp feel in the post apocalyptic-ish earth. It's a vampire movie done well IMO. Fwiw you learn about the vampires in the opening credits do don't worry that's not a spoiler. Google for a trailer. I'm on my phone otherwise I would post one.
  6. a very in depth play through of the 2 demo levels by a pom who does a pretty decent job of it i might add. After many plays of the demo, all i can say is its bloody awesome. The marine feels right, got weight and very fluid movements. The sounds are great and the graphics are pretty damn good. It will get better when coop gets patched in, they didnt want to rush it so its being released when its ready so double win. So if you want to chop orks into bits and see some awesome killing and stuff all i can say is check it out.
  7. Steam for the win mate, then ya dont have to leave the house :-)
  8. were getting married in FIJI so its a little hard to plan out the finer stuff from AUS.
  9. Due to some crap with my wedding coordinator retiring and all our paperwork retiring with her to places unknown this project is on hold till i get my wedding re-sorted out. Harry.
  10. The only reason that hasnt happened is because they dumped the body and didnt sell raffle tickets to beat the remains with a baseball bat. One of my co-workers wanted to know why the didnt wrap him in a pig carcass first before getting rid of him.... those would be truly epic photos.
  11. Fuck that shit. Taxidermy him then impale him on a pole on the Washington monument
  12. well one down but in a melting pot the shit rises to the top so it wont be long before the al-q get a new puppet to be the figurehead. Personally i feel the US needs to get some closure from this then press the pricks harder if they ever wanna get out of there.
  13. Over here you dont have to be on cable to use TIVO. You can just buy a TIVO box and hook it up for use on free to air tv. So no doubt they are proli getting a cut of the sale but my dvd player has a hdd recorder in it so we record movies off the tv. To me it seems that all the people anti file sharing are thinking old school about a new school "problem" If they made their own file sharing platform, that you paid a $30 license fee for and that entitled you to 1 years unlimited access to what ever was on it, and that money got split between the relevant mobs in the music, movie and tv industries. i think at a cheap price people would use that knowing there would be no legal repercussions. Make it cheap enough so that everyone goes "damn thats a good price" and you would get masses of people not just a few. Then you would find people would download a show to see if they like it and then you would still get fans buying boxed dvd sets for all the extras and commentary and all that. The main issue I see is the old dinosaurs out there still want this perfect world where people go to the shop and buy the dvd or cd and then load it on to their computer to archive the disc and never use it again. The times have changed and if mobs like MIAA and RIAA dont start looking at this issue and try to make it a positive for them its always going to be a thorn in their side.
  14. Geeze its sounding like Mississippi is the arsehole of the world, care to enlighten me as to why its so much of a no go zone???
  15. Pardon me for disturbing this thread from its slumber, but i feel i wanna comment on it some. Im pro file sharing, and by that i mainly mean Bit Torrent but i did previously use other ED2K methods but i found using sites akin to the pirate bay who verify torrents content as true and correct and free of malware and other nasties, was a safer way to go and you got what you wanted. To answer questions in the first post, all sites akin to the pirate bay only host the torrent file, which tells your app where the file is, on a server somewhere in cyberspace ready for you to download. www.fenopy.com is a good example. The following picture shows how Bit Torrent works, and its very neat stuff Now the likes of meat heads like Gene Simmons who think that this technology should be banned and never to see light of day is on par with early cave man thinking "Destroy that fire it burns my hands, it will do us no good...." and we all know how the use of fire turned out for the cave man. Lets wind the clock back 20 years ago, floppy discs were all the rage and these new "shareware" games were just the right size to fit and you were encouraged to give your mate a copy and if you like it for a fee you can get the next installment and unlock a few extra levels in the first one. File sharing is born. Soon everyone had it and everyone was blasting something. What made this concept so great was you got a complete game to play (or near enough too it) and you could really try before you buy. The trouble these days is you (keeping in mind all prices are AUD which is just head of USD) can buy a cutting edge WII game for $99.00 or you can just download it (providing you have taken steps with your WII to unlock its coolness) and load it off a usb hdd, or just forgo downloading it and go to ya local video store and rent it and copy it. If games were more moderately priced and they had a mentality of "if we sell more copies for less people will buy the genuine article". My family has always maintained a view of "if they priced it so that everyone could buy it a much cheaper cost people wouldn't pirate it because it wouldn't be worth the hassle" Now lets look at people downloading tv shows, i know a few people have received warning letters about it and i think that is the biggest crock of shit known to man. Ok i forget to set my HDD recorder to record a show so i download it. I get a smack on the wrist (if i had a brain fart and forgot to turn on my interweb security and my real ip was known, see image below) for a first offense. Now had i have remembered to record it i would have a digital copy to watch at my leisure! Please tell me why the person who downloaded the show is a "pirate" and the person who programmed their TIVO isnt?? As for breaking movies, well i cant say i go there much, yes i can see the effect its having on the industry, why buy for $40+ dollars what i can get from the guy at work complete with dvd cover and cases for $20 But on the few times i do snag a movie if i like it i will buy the collectors/directors/special edition of it because i feel if i liked it that much its worth supporting. As far as music goes i feel this is a bit of a vicious circle, the people making the music get an income because they sold 20 million albums and live off endorsements and other promos, the people stamping the cds and the people selling it all put their bit on and in the end the consumer pays a high price for the music. So the consumer downloads its and then prices creep because sales are dropping and Gene Simmons gets on his hobby horse again. Now most people are living on the bread and butter line and if prices came down people would buy the genuine article. Why download the tracks when you could have the whole cd and lyrics and pictures via the book in the case for a whole <inset elcheapo price here> and if everyone was buying more cds because the price was so low wouldn't that be a win for all connected to the industry. E.G. If they could sell 2 copies for $20 in total or 50 copies for $5 in total wouldn't that be a better avenue? Well thats what i think.
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