...not the same as the gambling company is it?
96 publicly visible posts • joined 30 Jan 2009
Does anyone use RealNetworks' software anymore? After RealPlayer rose to one of the biggest things in use on the net they added ads and bloatwared their apps to the point where almost nobody was using them. They went from being on every PC to being on next to none of them...
...after that does anyone use their software?
Also, FUCK YOU RealNetworks for Rhapsody. Not because it's shit but because you forced people who'd been using the name for more than a decade out of it.
...if you want extra-fast access to piracy (music for example) all you have to do is google a band or album name followed by the names of those file storing sites like "rapidshare". You can have something illicit downloaded in minutes.
Who provides access to the search? That's right. Google. Google make it easier to break copyright than Piratebay ever did. Over to you, lawyer douchebags. What's that? Too pussy? Then fuck off.
...watches a show after the watershed with Gordon Ramsay in it and complains about swearing.
It contains strong language. The cunt fucking swears like a fucker. You know what the show fucking entails. It's like complaining a TV show about strippers contains too many titties - you fucking KNOW what the fuck the show is going to contain, so why be a fuckwit and complain? Just don't watch the bastard and get on with your fucking meaningless existence :)
Warning: May contain nuts.
...you can't really have a family filter without blocking half the internet off anyway.
@Terry - the blocking of Skype is probably like T-Mobile's blocking of some social networking/communications sites... ...though curiously they block access to downloading MSN Messenger but not to Facebook or Myspace. :)
...it took ages to get Vista 64 drivers for some of my hardware. I wonder if Windows 7 can use Vista64 drivers (as it undoubtedly contains 99% of its' code)... otherwise I'll have another long wait for hardware support.
The beta was an interesting experience, too. MSN locked the whole system up :D Other than that, though, it was a fast and decent system. I'm even considering being an early adopter for once :)
The licence fee is a pile of nads. They give a big bit of the fee back to the government, then they pay for infrastructure which is sub-let to other companies anyway.
They then make TV programmes which get given gratis by the non-profit Beeb to BBC Worldwide who can then make a profit on DVD sales...
That was my understanding of it a few years back, anyway.
...I doubt they're really missing out on iPlayer money - maybe the government is whining that their cut is lower? :)
"when a chance to remove a probable cause exists, it must be used" ...even when he says it isn't a probable cause.
Twat. Violent people playing violent games is NOT the same as people playing violent games and becoming violent.
FUCK, I'd kick his teeth in if I wasn't so busy playing Gears of War 2