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HyperVista



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For those who are taking vid's advice NOT to download and watch this video (which I totally agree with), you can watch THIS relatively short video of some folks watching it. You don't see the swap.avi video, just them describing the action and their reaction to it. Their reaction says it all!!
Post 20 Nov 2008, 12:35
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shoorick



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pricelist:
to have sex - $10
to watch - $20
to watch on those who watch - $50
Post 20 Nov 2008, 12:42
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vid
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Sorry guys, I was drunk yesterday evening when I got home... but hey, I warned you. Laughing Laughing Laughing
Post 20 Nov 2008, 14:28
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revolution
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vid: since you don't want anyone to download the file, how about you remove the link. Yeah? Why link it and then say don't download it? It is similar to saying to a child "don't spill the drink", two seconds later you will be on the floor cleaning up the raspberry cordial.
Post 20 Nov 2008, 15:02
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vid
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It is similar to saying to a child "don't spill the drink", two seconds later you will be on the floor cleaning up the raspberry cordial.

Exactly, at least i know who has strong will and who is too curious.

But I will remove it, as linking that kind of stuff from site is never safe.
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sleepsleep
haven't watch it, but actually quite curious,
but after reading
http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=swap%20avi

i think luckily i haven't watch it,
probably those who have watched it will have some kinda demotivation towards human & sex???
Post 20 Nov 2008, 16:11
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HyperVista



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sleepsleep wrote:
probably those who have watched it will have some kinda demotivation towards human & sex???

No, more like a kinda demotivation toward chunky peanut butter. Very Happy

I watched part of it out of curiosity, and because as I researched it there is quite an "internet underground" kind of buzz about it. I also think vid has a great sense of humor and wanted to check it out for that reason alone. It is funny in a shocking and sick kind of way. Definitely some OMGZ moments there.
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revolution
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Sorry, I couldn't resist! Hehe.Image
Post 21 Nov 2008, 20:16
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I also think vid has a great sense of humor and wanted to check it out for that reason alone. It is funny in a shocking and sick kind of way.

Actualy, I didn't watch the video, few screenshots were more than enough to stop me. But I watched few of my friends watching the video, that was real fun: their faces and comments surely were OMGWTF... "What the fuck?!? Now she is puts those shit-covered fingers down her throat and vomits on her" etc. And when I was drunk, I was asshole enough to provide some fun for you too. Wink

And yeah, I really love this internet "culture". It is pretty novel, easy-minded, treats everything with humor (even things people take very emotionally and hate joking about), and sometimes is more sincere than all the "serious" sources. For example, see Encyclopediae Dramatica (*THE* internet culture site) entry about Tatu - have you ever seen more true description of that "band"? http://encyclopediadramatica.com/Tatu
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revolution
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With friends like vid who needs enemies! Wink

Yes, there is no question mark at the end of that sentence, it's rhetorical and therefore not really a question!
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Quote:
For example, see Encyclopediae Dramatica (*THE* internet culture site) entry about Tatu - have you ever seen more true description of that "band"? http://encyclopediadramatica.com/Tatu

Marvellous Laughing Laughing Laughing
The Uncyclopedia and Encyclopedia Dramatica are really the best.
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bitRAKE



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I feel it's my doody to steer this thread, so ...

http://www.lulu.com/content/4956212
(Some of the comments are very funny!)

If that doesn't cook your weiner...
http://englishrussia.com/?p=2134

Laughing
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shoorick



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bitRAKE
Quote:
http://englishrussia.com/?p=2134
Very Happy

i had similar situation in real, have no photo so with words:

when i was a student i was living in the hostel at 9th floor. we had bad windows - at winter we attach paper tape to make it "hermetic" Smile

once at autumn it became occasionally cold and it was hard wind blowing from our side - i even got chill Cool ihave quickly seal mywindow, but it still was too cold. so, i took piece of nichrome wire, and usual 2-lines power cord, which i turn to two parts to strectch ends into different sides. then i took two surgical clips and clip ends of nichrome wire with ends of power cord, clips were fixed at the table so nichrome wire hang like "arc", power cord attach to 220V - and red wire made my life much better then little time before Wink


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shoorick,

As a bonus, you got handy electrocution table… Wink
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shoorick



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shoorick
yeah... it was electric and cute Smile
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LocoDelAssembly
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How much you paid for the consumed electricity later??
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shoorick



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as i've live in student hostel we were pay fixed payment for year Razz it was when USSR yet been, computers were by astronomic prices, but it was relatively cheap life that time - i had stipendy 50 roubles ~$3.5 per month (by black market course) and it was enough to go home (300km) and back 8 times by train Wink (full ticket 6-7 roubles, for students 50% - 3-3.5 roubles)

ps: 1kW*h cost was 0.04 roubles
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bitRAKE



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Once I connected main power to a door handle and metal frame - cheap burglar alarm. Luckily no one tried to open the door.
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bitRAKE,

A-ha! That's why modern burglars keep live wire detectors handy… Wink
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vid
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bitRAKE: errrrm... I am the least here to comment on electronic, but isn't that supposed to kill a person?
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