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Do you still torrent Anime?
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Posted 5/29/11
I did until the new Homeland security internet bill and then popped by the MPAA. It sucked.
Posted 5/29/11
I only stream anime =/
Posted 5/29/11

Cecilthedarkknight234 wrote:


jpietrovito wrote:

That's it?


learn how to quote and yes, i only keep shows that i want to re-watch and delete the rest. later. visual novels on the other hand you don't want to know.

refer to my other on my ethics on torrents, you think i will buy knj or other shows with such content? i think not., it's not worth the risk


Yeah, I know how to quote moron, but since my post followed yours directly I figured even you would be able to keep up douche bag. The thing is, I wouldn't be bragging about breaking the law since your IP address is common knowledge little boy.
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okay then i really don't care because i know what's going to happen to me if i ever do get sent to court. One the note it says anime folder who know's whats in there legally ripped blurays/dvd's or torrents. Eh i don't feel the reason to flame each other and in all honesty at this point I could care less what the hell happens peace out.

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Posted 5/29/11

Tashfinz wrote:


lightrip wrote:


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AzureFlame24 wrote:

i dont watch any anime online
always torrent them (._.)
and i got big collection of animes on my hdds :)


we need to meet..... i wanna steal your hard drives


Then I'd steal it from you right after you take it from him


Im fine with that i just need to steal his to transfer ALL of it onto my hardd rives


Is this thread now for wanting to steal that one persons hard drive for all the Anime?


Lol true it isnt. ok then on topic, no i dont torrent my anime i just watch it all online on various sites...................
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No, not when Crunchyroll is around.
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No, not when Crunchyroll is around.


True true. Glad I found CR. Just wish they had a better selection!
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I'm still doing it.
I was going to watch The World God Only Knows in here (hence the reason why I joined Crunchyroll). But because of licensing limitations, it is NOT available to watch in my country (Indonesia). Then, torrent is the only way to watch the entire episodes.
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Cecilthedarkknight234 wrote: meh edited for my own reasons.. have a fun pic


Nice! And that pic wants to make you walk up and give her a hug XD, so consider the picture stolen. ... ...

Anyway moving on, as for me I've never really bothered with torrents as I don't see much point in them for me at least, since I have a job. So I go buy mines out of a shop, online or import it if need be. But saying that though my older brother downloaded an Anime via torrent, one that I used to watch years ago when I was seven and gave me a copy of the whole series "Sohryuden: Legend of the four Kings" which I don't think it's ever been released on DVD, which is a shame but no way in hell I'm I buying the only available version that's on VHS (ancient piece of crappy tech on so many ways that can go wrong in regards to VHS.)

As for my Anime collection, I rip the DVD's to hard drive for myself leaving everything in tact like on the discs themselves just minus the copy protection, region restriction and user prohibited ops via external storage (1TB drive, but soon to be replaced with a 3TB) that I watch when either out and about visiting family on my laptop (well not going to lump my collection of DVD's around with me now, just in case I get mugged since storage can be replaced but not necessarily the DVD's though), or PC when at home (too lazy to rummage through my collection that's stored away in a cupboard.)


Kieva70 wrote:

I did until the new Homeland security internet bill and then popped by the MPAA. It sucked.


Don't feel too bad in that regards, the UK still has the dreaded Digital Economy Act (DEA) to come yet, which is most likely 10X more worse.
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Cecilthedarkknight234 wrote: meh edited for my own reasons.. have a fun pic


Nice! And that pic wants to make you walk up and give her a hug XD, so consider the picture stolen. ... ...

Anyway moving on, as for me I've never really bothered with torrents as I don't see much point in them for me at least, since I have a job. So I go buy mines out of a shop, online or import it if need be. But saying that though my older brother downloaded an Anime via torrent, one that I used to watch years ago when I was seven and gave me a copy of the whole series "Sohryuden: Legend of the four Kings" which I don't think it's ever been released on DVD, which is a shame but no way in hell I'm I buying the only available version that's on VHS (ancient piece of crappy tech on so many ways that can go wrong in regards to VHS.)

As for my Anime collection, I rip the DVD's to hard drive for myself leaving everything in tact like on the discs themselves just minus the copy protection, region restriction and user prohibited ops via external storage (1TB drive, but soon to be replaced with a 3TB) that I watch when either out and about visiting family on my laptop (well not going to lump my collection of DVD's around with me now, just in case I get mugged since storage can be replaced but not necessarily the DVD's though), or PC when at home (too lazy to rummage through my collection that's stored away in a cupboard.)


Kieva70 wrote:

I did until the new Homeland security internet bill and then popped by the MPAA. It sucked.


Don't feel too bad in that regards, the UK still has the dreaded Digital Economy Act (DEA) to come yet, which is most likely 10X more worse.


I know what your referring to the 3 strike rule where you perosnally can be banned from the net indifiently. Also the caps there are around 50-100 gigs if i am not mistaken as well. Even with legal streaming that takes up a chunk of bandwwidth so f an episode crashes or you. Want to rewatch that amont has to be used again. Oh no problem on the pic and i do the same thing with dvds
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Rarely, most of the time, this website and Funimation usually stream the things I want to watch legally so I don't need to..
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Come'on. Use your head before making a thread, guys.

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