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All you Canadians who want to see Ax men

Discussion in 'Chainsaw' started by parrisw, Mar 10, 2008.

  1. parrisw

    parrisw Tree Freak

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    If any of you guys in Canada, want to see the show. PM me for details.


    Will
     
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    Ok, just spill it, your PM box will be overflowing with requests. LOL Pioneerguy600
     
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    i would like to see it if its on TV some time. but i am on dialup. so if your solution is hosting an FTP or if you found it on a Torrent tracker im out. it will take days for me to downoad on my connection.
    im sure if anyone wants to watch it they could give a search on torrentspy.com and find the whole season of eppisodes, but guys with chainsaws arn't really known to be all that technically savy when it comes to computers. you can always tell how much a message boards users know about computers based on how many emoticons (smiley faces) its users use. you guys use ALOT of them. so i thinking using torrent trackers might need a little research. but if anyone needs help with anything along those lines just pm me. if you guys can tear down a saw, downloading an episode should be easy with a little instruction.
     
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    Actually its not?? I thought it would be. Only 6 today.
     
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    Never thought about torrents. Isohunt is better than torrentspy in my opinion. I switched last year torrentspy is bogged down a lot. I use the bitcomet program. I can set the upload rate way down. I may as well search for never give an inch too.
     
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    Wow! Talk about arrogance...........

    Yeah I guess were all just a bunch of "Morons":) :) :) :) :) :) :) :)
     
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    www.mininova.org its sweet
     
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    High speed is a must, I got mine downloaded in less than 30 minutes.

    It's 348 megs.
     
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    Great!!!!!!!

    enjoy
     
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    LOL. I write Java code for a living. Guess I don't fit the stereo type huh?:clap: :dizzy: :confused: :) :greenchainsaw: :cheers:
     
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    Ha ha, I guess so. I'm a auto mechanic, you kinda have to be computer savvy these day's to do what I do.
     
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    You forgot the smileys!
     
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    Im not a smiley kind of guy.:mad:
     
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    i just want to reply to say what a hell of a good guy Parrisw is. im stuck here in canada on dialup with no way to watch axemen. and the guy offers to mail me a copy.
    Thanks again parrisw
     
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    I am not a canadian but I work 2nd shift .How do you get the video to work.
     
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    I downloaded this morning and watched it. 350MB took about an hour to download. For the tech saavy guys, can this torrent be burned to a DVD?

    thanks again
     
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    Yes, I can be burned to DVD, I tried and failed, I don't know what I did wrong, I did it the same as I always did, and it didn't work out. I was using Nero, if I figure it out, I will post it.
     
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    i would imagine that the file is an Xvid or Divx file. some dvd players can read these types of files. check your manual.
    if your dvd player cant play xvid or divx then you will have to use video trascoding software to convert it to standard DVD format.
     

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