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Military Dolphins Discover 1800s Torpedo

ATAMAH Dolphins vs Dogs (112 comments)

Reminds me how Ali G was wondering why ATF are using dogs, instead of dolphins, who are much smarter.

about a year and a half ago
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Terminator Salvation Game Launched, PC Version Recalled

ATAMAH Download and play or buy and wait (75 comments)

There is currently a "non-scene" working release available on torrents and such. Basically someone repackaged the game (manually done some tasks that installer should have done automatically) in a matter of hours. Question is: why do paying customers get to wait for the replacement "plan" to be put together? Why isn't there a downloadable fix put together by developers? Clearly it doesn't take much time to make.

more than 5 years ago
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eBay May Lose 'Buy it Now' Button in Patent Case

ATAMAH And they will replace it with (177 comments)

"Purchase it straight away" button, or something along those lines... We are a community where the mindset of "can't make profit? Litigate !" - and it is only getting worse.

more than 7 years ago

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ATAMAH ATAMAH writes  |  more than 7 years ago

ATAMAH (578546) writes "BBC has announced that some of their shows (previews) would be available for downloading on YouTube: "The BBC has started showing promotional trailers for new programmes and clips from old hits on Google's YouTube in a bid to reach new audiences and boost sales at its commercial arm. News clips will be added in the near future when the output will have three strands, the publicly funded broadcaster said. From the BBC itself there will be content based on current hits such as Life on Mars and Doctor Who, while from BBC Worldwide there will be clips from old favourites such as Spooks and Top Gear, which are sold globally." http://www.nzherald.co.nz/section/story.cfm?c_id=5 &objectid=10427063"
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ATAMAH ATAMAH writes  |  more than 7 years ago

ATAMAH (578546) writes "isoHunt (www.isohunt.com) has been shut down without notice, following a lawsuit from MPAA. Currently the message displayed on the website reads: "Jan. 16, 2007 Lawyers from our primary ISP decided to pull our plug without any advance notice, as of 14:45 PST. No doubt about our lawsuit brought by the MPAA. We will be back in operation once we sort out this mess with our ISP, or we get new hardware ready from another ISP (already working on that). Sit back and enjoy the rest of the internet in the mean time. While it last. — The isoHunt crew""

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