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The.Good.Wife.S01E17.HDTV.H264
Type:
Video > TV shows
Files:
3
Size:
146.6 MiB (153722567 Bytes)
Spoken language(s):
English
Texted language(s):
English
Uploaded:
2010-03-17 18:54:13 GMT
By:
twentyforty Trusted
Seeders:
0
Leechers:
1
Comments
3  

Info Hash:
8EF49EFFD64C7EDC648E2FAE675D01054FFB8EF0




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*** Small-sized 2-pass re-encode of 720p for computers (PC, Mac), PS3 or Xbox, portable and mobile devices (Ipod, Itouch) . ***
*** Video is 480x272 H264; audio is 44.1 kHz/stereo AAC LC and container is MP4. ***

"Home" of my torrents (for Bookmark/Favorites in your browser) 
http://thepiratebay.se/user/twentyforty

Schedule for 3rd week of March 2010:

Monday:  
Tuesday: Chuck, 24, Gossip Girl as MP4 H264; ~3.48 MB/minute
Wednesday: NCIS, NCIS LA, Lost, FlashForward S1 special, The Good Wife (maybe next day) as MP4 H264; ~3.48 MB/minute
Thursday: Human Target, South Park, L&O SVU as MP4 H264; ~3.48 MB/minute
Friday:  FlashForward ep. 11 and 12, 30 Rock as MP4 H264; ~3.30 MB/minute 
Saturday:  Real Time with Bill Maher, The Ricky Gervais Show, Caprica as MP4 H264; ~3.30 MB/minute
Sunday:  Legend of the Seeker, re-seed of week's episodes
Double-episodes, requests or Pilot ep. will be issued only as MP4 or 360p.
MP4 is ISO 14496-1(H264 video & AAC LC sound) and playable on PCs, Macs and hopefully (read Comment before download; I check every file for iTunes compliance) on iPod-like portable-mobile devices.Due to small frame-size recommended resolution for computers is 1024x768.
360p is fully compatible with newer iPod, iTouch and Nokia U97. 
Requests should be posted in Comments section of newest torrents.
"Out of schedule" shows or pilot-episodes may get uploaded randomly, if situation arise (free slots).

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REQUESTS ARE "ON HOLD" TILL FURTHER NOTICE.
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NEWSFLASH: From February 20. I entered Mode Three in initial-seeding phase. In short, it means initial seeding "by the numbers" (as written in almost forgotten Rules): the swarm will get exactly as it should be: total exchange between peers divided by the number of peers (seeding=exchange/peers). 
It counts How much you share (give) to other peers and how fast is your upload to others (don't worry, these are the bytes you got from me and others, not "yours").
So, my dear fellows, step on the breaks even harder - you'll get nowhere. 


SUBTITLES: external, English, English for hearing impaired.

Comments

I'm just wondering if I'm the only one that is being hijacked by something called Antivirus 7
almost every time I try to get on TPB.You know the scam where they offer to scan your computer and find a million things wrong with it,and offer to sell you their product to fix everything.Is it just me or are others being hit on?
Thanks 20/40,I know it's off topic.
@lilars: I use Internet Explorer 7 because I must have-use full functionality of all shenanigans of TPB to upload torrents.
For plain peeking and plain-user-functionality I use FireFox supported by two extensions: Ad-Block Plus and No-Script. Both effectively block all pop-ups and ads.
Further, you've said that you use Avast and now Comodo FW - so do I, and Avast's service Provider-Web Shield and Provider P2P Shield should block even a contact with malware and infected sites/pages.
You also have PeerBlock, right?

I'm telling you all this 'cause you have been guarded pretty heavily. Best way one can. All this programs if perform well, offer achievable level of protection.
BUT...

No program can protect people from - themselves: clicking on ads, praises, offerings, shiny Free signs and banners, "Congratulations!" and so fort...

I, myself, also MUST "Allow HTTP traffic" in PeerBlock to even access my "home" on TPB. My page is blocked (don't ask me why) and eztv on TPB is not. Well, I never forget to activate, disable that Allow AFTER I leave...

What I'm sayin' is: Be careful and be smart.
Thanks 20/40
I guess it must be on my end since I'm the only one.Those shiny ads don't impress me.I schedled peerblock to come on automatically using administrative tools.Internet explorer is set to not allow popups and comodo and avast say everything is fine.But today as I browsed the Bay I got the popup again.It's just a pain in the ass.I will try firefox with the extensions you suggest and see if that solves my problem.
Again thanks.