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Bacon wrote:I'm not getting torrents. mp4s/avis/wmvs on the other hand...

I found this site, but it's downloading REALLY slowly. Making me suspicious. :think:
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That's because you're not paying for it. The free stuff is slow doofus.
Ah ok.

Hey Crazy, remove the url.
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Bacon wrote:I'm not getting torrents. mp4s/avis/wmvs on the other hand...

I found this site, but it's downloading REALLY slowly. Making me suspicious. :think:
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The same happened to me with The Avengers DVD rip.

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Bacon wrote:I'm not getting torrents. mp4s/avis/wmvs on the other hand...

I found this site, but it's downloading REALLY slowly. Making me suspicious. :think:
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The same happened to me with The Avengers DVD rip.
Was it on the same site?
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i have a headache.

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Is it it just me or has there not been an NF Monthly Fan Art on the front page for a while?

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DreamPolice wrote:Is it it just me or has there not been an NF Monthly Fan Art on the front page for a while?
Yeah. Not since June atleast.
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Bit of an update on my eye condition for those of you that care.

I saw my doctor a week ago from today and it's been decided I'll undergo an extreme treatment from the 17th of December onward for four weeks (it isn't a coincidence that's just after The Hobbit comes out, though it wouldn't be able to start much before then).

Basically, my eyes will be dilated 24/7 for that month, I'll wear bifocal glasses throughout that time, and essentially be ultra-light sensitive every second of every day, which may or may not lead me to extreme headaches unless I wear sunglass or view dimmed TV's and computer monitors. It'll make driving impossible at night, and make watching movies impossible or too, or close to it. Not to sound too dramatic, but my winter break is basically going to be a total hell.

However, this treatment has the most potential of any available to permanently alleviate me of these troubling symptoms. It may be temporary relief, but any is welcome.

That said, if my eyes aren't fixed, or the relief is too temporary, I'm going to cease my plans to acquire a PHD in Social or Industrial-Organizational Psychology, and will refocus my academics to getting a BA in something I won't hate too much. Graduate school will be impossible under the current circumstances.

It's not the best news given the possibility of abandoning my life-plans, but it has more hope than I suppose some face whilst possessing bizarre and life-deterring medical conditions. I hope for the best.

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Vader182 wrote:Bit of an update on my eye condition for those of you that care.

I saw my doctor a week ago from today and it's been decided I'll undergo an extreme treatment from the 17th of December onward for four weeks (it isn't a coincidence that's just after The Hobbit comes out, though it wouldn't be able to start much before then).

Basically, my eyes will be dilated 24/7 for that month, I'll wear bifocal glasses throughout that time, and essentially be ultra-light sensitive every second of every day, which may or may not lead me to extreme headaches unless I wear sunglass or view dimmed TV's and computer monitors. It'll make driving impossible at night, and make watching movies impossible or too, or close to it. Not to sound too dramatic, but my winter break is basically going to be a total hell.

However, this treatment has the most potential of any available to permanently alleviate me of these troubling symptoms. It may be temporary relief, but any is welcome.

That said, if my eyes aren't fixed, or the relief is too temporary, I'm going to cease my plans to acquire a PHD in Social or Industrial-Organizational Psychology, and will refocus my academics to getting a BA in something I won't hate too much. Graduate school will be impossible under the current circumstances.

It's not the best news given the possibility of abandoning my life-plans, but it has more hope than I suppose some face whilst possessing bizarre and life-deterring medical conditions. I hope for the best.

-Vader
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Vader182 wrote:Bit of an update on my eye condition for those of you that care.

I saw my doctor a week ago from today and it's been decided I'll undergo an extreme treatment from the 17th of December onward for four weeks (it isn't a coincidence that's just after The Hobbit comes out, though it wouldn't be able to start much before then).

Basically, my eyes will be dilated 24/7 for that month, I'll wear bifocal glasses throughout that time, and essentially be ultra-light sensitive every second of every day, which may or may not lead me to extreme headaches unless I wear sunglass or view dimmed TV's and computer monitors. It'll make driving impossible at night, and make watching movies impossible or too, or close to it. Not to sound too dramatic, but my winter break is basically going to be a total hell.

However, this treatment has the most potential of any available to permanently alleviate me of these troubling symptoms. It may be temporary relief, but any is welcome.

That said, if my eyes aren't fixed, or the relief is too temporary, I'm going to cease my plans to acquire a PHD in Social or Industrial-Organizational Psychology, and will refocus my academics to getting a BA in something I won't hate too much. Graduate school will be impossible under the current circumstances.

It's not the best news given the possibility of abandoning my life-plans, but it has more hope than I suppose some face whilst possessing bizarre and life-deterring medical conditions. I hope for the best.

-Vader
Damn dude, I feel for you. I hope everything works out well, I didn't know it was this bad.

I know you explained this once before, but what exactly is the issue? Or maybe you can link me to that post you made a while ago.
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Vader182 wrote:Bit of an update on my eye condition for those of you that care.

I saw my doctor a week ago from today and it's been decided I'll undergo an extreme treatment from the 17th of December onward for four weeks (it isn't a coincidence that's just after The Hobbit comes out, though it wouldn't be able to start much before then).

Basically, my eyes will be dilated 24/7 for that month, I'll wear bifocal glasses throughout that time, and essentially be ultra-light sensitive every second of every day, which may or may not lead me to extreme headaches unless I wear sunglass or view dimmed TV's and computer monitors. It'll make driving impossible at night, and make watching movies impossible or too, or close to it. Not to sound too dramatic, but my winter break is basically going to be a total hell.

However, this treatment has the most potential of any available to permanently alleviate me of these troubling symptoms. It may be temporary relief, but any is welcome.

That said, if my eyes aren't fixed, or the relief is too temporary, I'm going to cease my plans to acquire a PHD in Social or Industrial-Organizational Psychology, and will refocus my academics to getting a BA in something I won't hate too much. Graduate school will be impossible under the current circumstances.

It's not the best news given the possibility of abandoning my life-plans, but it has more hope than I suppose some face whilst possessing bizarre and life-deterring medical conditions. I hope for the best.

-Vader
I thought you were better now. So you will not be able to see Django? :cry:

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