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    ICE clamp down of movie hosting websites

    Postby lotek » 02 Jul 2010 05:42

    Got this message from the sites I used to stream movies and tv series...

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    Re: ICE clamp down of movie hosting websites

    Postby nampigai » 02 Jul 2010 07:34

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    Re: ICE clamp down of movie hosting websites

    Postby lotek » 02 Jul 2010 07:36

    crap can't watch videos at work either...
    it's a conspiracy to stop me from entertaining myself!
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    Re: ICE clamp down of movie hosting websites

    Postby inhuien » 02 Jul 2010 08:09

    In light of the Google's recent victory over Viacom and the application of the Safe harbour argument I think you'll have your chufferrey back soon.

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/10399610.stm
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    Re: ICE clamp down of movie hosting websites

    Postby inhuien » 02 Jul 2010 08:16

    a site i've never seen wrote:Movies-Links.TV, is operational under the new domain name of Watch-Movies-tv.info and TVShack.net is now located at TVShack.cc. Both are hosted with former Pirate Bay bandwidth supplier CB3ROB and both are mentioned in a previous MPAA copyright warning.
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    Re: ICE clamp down of movie hosting websites

    Postby lotek » 02 Jul 2010 08:24

    nice one!
    Thanks so much I was lost without it!

    If not just for the old tv series from the 80s like Street Hawk or the A team!

    Gotta love the internet!

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    should we be discussing this in the open though? Omph? Freak?
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    Re: ICE clamp down of movie hosting websites

    Postby Nekhrun » 02 Jul 2010 08:31

    lotek wrote:If not just for the old tv series from the 80s like Street Hawk or the A team!

    Yeah! I loved Street Hawk so much when I was little that I named my toes after characters on the show. I haven't had to call them out by name for over 25 years though.

    You're the only other person I've ever seen actually mention it.
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    Re: ICE clamp down of movie hosting websites

    Postby inhuien » 02 Jul 2010 08:35

    Nekhrun wrote:
    lotek wrote:If not just for the old tv series from the 80s like Street Hawk or the A team!

    Yeah! I loved Street Hawk so much when I was little that I named my toes after characters on the show. I haven't had to call them out by name for over 25 years though.

    You're the only other person I've ever seen actually mention it.


    That's because he has no shame, none at all. Now Blue Thunder, that rocked the free world.
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    Re: ICE clamp down of movie hosting websites

    Postby Nekhrun » 02 Jul 2010 08:38

    inhuien wrote:
    Nekhrun wrote:
    lotek wrote:If not just for the old tv series from the 80s like Street Hawk or the A team!

    Yeah! I loved Street Hawk so much when I was little that I named my toes after characters on the show. I haven't had to call them out by name for over 25 years though.

    You're the only other person I've ever seen actually mention it.


    That's because he has no shame, none at all. Now Blue Thunder, that rocked the free world.

    It was better than Airwolf. That's for sure. I'm just glad we had two helicopter shows at once from which we could choose as Riptide didn't really fulfill the need. It did have an orange robot though.
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    Re: ICE clamp down of movie hosting websites

    Postby lotek » 02 Jul 2010 10:31

    inhuien wrote:
    Nekhrun wrote:
    lotek wrote:If not just for the old tv series from the 80s like Street Hawk or the A team!

    Yeah! I loved Street Hawk so much when I was little that I named my toes after characters on the show. I haven't had to call them out by name for over 25 years though.

    You're the only other person I've ever seen actually mention it.


    That's because he has no shame, none at all. Now Blue Thunder, that rocked the free world.


    Hey who wants to post that at DungNovels?
    after Futars vs FaceDancers, after waterworms vs phibians,
    who would you think would win in the Airwolf vs BlueThunder match?

    Srsly though I forgot about Blue Thunder, but I think I still preferred Airwolf ;)
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    Re: ICE clamp down of movie hosting websites

    Postby DuneFishUK » 02 Jul 2010 13:33

    These were just linking/index sites, right? What a waste of time. :P


    All of this has happened before, all of this will happen again. Long live TVLinks!
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    Re: ICE clamp down of movie hosting websites

    Postby lotek » 02 Jul 2010 15:32

    inhuien wrote:your chufferrey back soon.


    even google doesn't know that word, well done!!
    (but what does it mean, really? I mean I kinda get the drift but...)

    DuneFishUK wrote:These were just linking/index sites, right? What a waste of time. :P


    All of this has happened before, all of this will happen again.


    yup definitely!

    back to Street Hawk then!
    (btw it was called "Tonnerre Mécanique" in France, something like "mechanical thunder" ;))
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    Re: ICE clamp down of movie hosting websites

    Postby Nekhrun » 02 Jul 2010 15:43

    lotek wrote:
    inhuien wrote:your chufferrey back soon.


    even google doesn't know that word, well done!!
    (but what does it mean, really? I mean I kinda get the drift but...)

    DuneFishUK wrote:These were just linking/index sites, right? What a waste of time. :P


    All of this has happened before, all of this will happen again.


    yup definitely!

    back to Street Hawk then!
    (btw it was called "Tonnerre Mécanique" in France, something like "mechanical thunder" ;))

    That's crazy, why wouldn't they just call it Street Hawk? Not cool enough for them?
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    Re: ICE clamp down of movie hosting websites

    Postby lotek » 02 Jul 2010 18:11

    knight rider=K2000
    airwolf=... airwolf
    A-team= agence tous risques
    Magnum PI= Magnum
    Hawai 5 o=hawai police d'etat

    Riptide was Riptide but it would be pronounced reepteedeuh more or less

    funny for some even though I could have watched them in English I only learned their real names ages later!

    those were the dark ages where internet was still science fiction :)
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    Re: ICE clamp down of movie hosting websites

    Postby inhuien » 04 Jul 2010 07:06

    The usage of chuff has a few meanings form twat to twat, although locally it has another application that been the pointless, meaningless but enjoyable waste of time. :D
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    Re: ICE clamp down of movie hosting websites

    Postby Omphalos » 05 Jul 2010 14:27

    Hogan's Heroes was called 'Papa Schultz' in France. I got really sick in Albi once and watched a bunch of episodes in French.

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    Re: ICE clamp down of movie hosting websites

    Postby lotek » 05 Jul 2010 15:31

    Omphalos wrote:Hogan's Heroes was called 'Papa Schultz' in France. I got really sick in Albi once and watched a bunch of episodes in French.


    I'm impressed ;)
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    Re: ICE clamp down of movie hosting websites

    Postby Omphalos » 05 Jul 2010 23:26

    lotek wrote:
    Omphalos wrote:Hogan's Heroes was called 'Papa Schultz' in France. I got really sick in Albi once and watched a bunch of episodes in French.


    I'm impressed ;)


    Am I right about the title? If it's not Papa Schultz in France then that's what it's called in Finland.
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    Re: ICE clamp down of movie hosting websites

    Postby lotek » 06 Jul 2010 07:57

    yep that's exactly the same in France, it is funny it should be called the same in Finland though :)
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    Re: ICE clamp down of movie hosting websites

    Postby Omphalos » 06 Jul 2010 14:43

    The Finns must have liked what you did with the show. :D
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    Re: ICE clamp down of movie hosting websites

    Postby Kensai » 06 Jul 2010 15:24

    lotek wrote:crap can't watch videos at work either...
    it's a conspiracy to stop me from entertaining myself!


    Does this include a prohibition of Klenex?
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    Re: ICE clamp down of movie hosting websites

    Postby Robspierre » 06 Jul 2010 16:47

    Kensai wrote:
    lotek wrote:crap can't watch videos at work either...
    it's a conspiracy to stop me from entertaining myself!


    Does this include a prohibition of Klenex?



    TMI dude.

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    Re: ICE clamp down of movie hosting websites

    Postby DuneFishUK » 06 Jul 2010 17:15

    Robspierre wrote:
    Kensai wrote:
    lotek wrote:crap can't watch videos at work either...
    it's a conspiracy to stop me from entertaining myself!


    Does this include a prohibition of Klenex?



    TMI dude.

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