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    Question dvds

    Visited three Adult Shops in Cork today, all were almost completely out of DVDS, is business booming or am I missing something?

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    All the ones with the good plot lines go fast?!?!

    Seriously though, surely nobody buys porno DVD's anymore with the wealth and variety available for free on the old tinterpipe?
    The Irish people have a just and indefeasible right to Ireland
    and to all the moral and material wealth and resources thereof,
    to posses and govern the same for their own use, maintenance, comfort
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    Not everyone lives in Broadband Land

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    Have a look @ VideosZ.com

    They currently have a once off payment for 6 months membership for $99.00 (around 78 Euros).

    You can download as much as you like from the site, and there is new content added every day. The files on the site are in *.avi format which can be viewed on any PC With Windows XP / Vista, or the Linux operating system.

    Most modern DVD players will play those same *.avi's if they have been burned to disc too.

    To offset the cost of your membership you could sell copies of the videos on disc to your friends / co-workers - and stick your two fingers up at the rip-off Adult shops.

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    Sorry Dumbledore - just spotted your post regarding Broadband.

    Have you considered Vodafone or O2 if broadband by NTL / Eircom / Etc is not available?

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    Thanks for all the advice Peter, I have tried all the mobile broadband operators, but with no luck, it seems the only way forward is a Sat. Dish which is pretty expensive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dumbledore View Post
    Thanks for all the advice Peter, I have tried all the mobile broadband operators, but with no luck, it seems the only way forward is a Sat. Dish which is pretty expensive.
    Not if you sign up to a one-way sat broadband provider!!

    Do an internet search: No DSL Flat available? sky DSL availability nationwide

    All you need is an old Sky Dish, point it at Astra 1 (Most common), Once you recieve the hardware from the provider, (about 100) you connect via Dial-up with an old type modem and the info / pages you requested are sent via the Sat! Now you can't send big files but you can download at up to 4mb. It also works best if you get a download manager.

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