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#13 Waco

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Posted 11 November 2007 - 04:58 PM

Yet another wonderful post by you. Demonoid has been alive for awhile, and was much more secure than TPB or MiniNova (both of which were literally honey pots in my experience with what was blocked by PG on their torrents). I've never had any issues with lack of seeds on there except for oddball torrents (such as someone's wallpaper collection, for example).

Private trackers will always be better than public ones.

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Posted 11 November 2007 - 05:15 PM

it'll be back. demonoid has such a huge community and supporters so i would put bets on having the servers being moved out of the country (aka just another host). i'll be patient :)

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Posted 11 November 2007 - 05:58 PM

Demonoid.ru :lol:?
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Posted 11 November 2007 - 09:04 PM

Yet another wonderful post by you. Demonoid has been alive for awhile, and was much more secure than TPB or MiniNova (both of which were literally honey pots in my experience with what was blocked by PG on their torrents). I've never had any issues with lack of seeds on there except for oddball torrents (such as someone's wallpaper collection, for example).

Private trackers will always be better than public ones.


so what are you getting at? demonoid is not down? because i think it is very much dead. the only thing demonoid had that wasnt elsewhere was tutorials and they were so very slow i accually bought it before it was finished 2 weeks later. TPb=speed. and how is tpb not better, atlest they hash there server so the FEDS cant get your info, lucky enough your IP will changes 15-20 times a year and you gotta be dumb to put your real email and name (looks at kamikaze :) )

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Posted 12 November 2007 - 01:50 PM

private trackers will always be much better for speeds, and selection imo. TPB is good but its kinda hit or miss with speeds. and as far as demanoid and oink sites like these are going to be replaced quickly, infact oink has already been replaced. There are already many sites just as good as demanoid that have the same amount of users just a little less known as they are more private than demanoid was. imo demanoid wasnt a fully private site. the new oink site imo is a lot better than the old oink for speeds the selection isnt up there yet but once the members get back onto the new site it will get a much wider selection.
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Posted 12 November 2007 - 02:08 PM

Just pick the right torrents and block the right IP ranges and you'll be fine. ;)

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Posted 12 November 2007 - 02:30 PM

I hope the website is able to get back on its feet. I think piratebay is going into some tough water too because of the lawsuit there about to get slapped with hope they make it out.

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Posted 12 November 2007 - 03:04 PM

private trackers will always be much better for speeds, and selection imo. TPB is good but its kinda hit or miss with speeds. and as far as demanoid and oink sites like these are going to be replaced quickly, infact oink has already been replaced. There are already many sites just as good as demanoid that have the same amount of users just a little less known as they are more private than demanoid was. imo demanoid wasnt a fully private site. the new oink site imo is a lot better than the old oink for speeds the selection isnt up there yet but once the members get back onto the new site it will get a much wider selection.


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Posted 12 November 2007 - 03:29 PM

so what are you getting at? demonoid is not down? because i think it is very much dead. the only thing demonoid had that wasnt elsewhere was tutorials and they were so very slow i accually bought it before it was finished 2 weeks later. TPb=speed. and how is tpb not better, atlest they hash there server so the FEDS cant get your info, lucky enough your IP will changes 15-20 times a year and you gotta be dumb to put your real email and name (looks at kamikaze :) )

He's getting at the fact that Demonoid (and any private tracker) is leagues better than any public tracker for speed and availability of things.

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Posted 12 November 2007 - 04:37 PM

HBC seems to make tons of comments without knowing what he's talking about (for example, stating that excessive amounts of VRAM were needed to run dual monitors once). And when you live in a small town where the ISP workers know you by name, it's hard to put in a false name and address. Great job assuming things here HBC. In all of my experience, TPB has been absolutely horrible for any and all torrents except for MAJOR ones. Also, no ratio system = no motivation for others to seed. Private trackers require at least a .8+ in my experience, and you'll get a warning at that.

If you think Demonoid is dead... oh the epic lulz. The CRIA, a CANADIAN based company threatened their host with legal action. That's all. It only takes time to transfer the torrents over to a new host in a different area, such as a Russia, due to its lenient laws.

I'd love to show you my PG log when I try to use any torrent on TPB, which is nicely chock full of fake torrents.
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I witnessed regional Special Olympics and Challenge Day; there's far more intellect there than there is in internet arguments.

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Posted 12 November 2007 - 04:43 PM

wow this turned into an unexpected argument about a news story I was just posting?(which i didnt realize was already posted but hey ya know)