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    (Original post by iainthegreat)
    I used to love limewire, you'd search say 'Foo Fighters' and it would come up with 'Teenage slut forced to have sex with half a dozen black guys' and 'Lesbian Adventures on a Tug Boat'
    *google seaches* :ninja:
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    Limeware has always been crap.

    Only computer NOOBS and stupid teens used it.

    Vuze(torrents) and direct downloads(megaupload,rapidshare etc) FTW.
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    More to the point.

    Why has ISOHUNT stopped working
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    bahahaha good luck:hahaha:
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    I thought this was nuts: http://thecelebritycafe.com/feature/...ion-01-28-2011

    However it's been topped
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    (Original post by TheRustaman)
    Did anyone else use Limewire to download Limewire pro?
    Yup. I miss year 8 :moon:.
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    :eek4: !!!
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    I don't get why anyone uses limewire. I have never heard anything good about it, and it's not like Utorrent/isohunt is hard to use.
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    (Original post by TheRustaman)
    Did anyone else use Limewire to download Limewire pro?
    Lol, I use to do that every time and laughed inside every time it asked me to upgrade for a fee.
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    (Original post by Bobifier)
    I don't get why anyone uses limewire. I have never heard anything good about it, and it's not like Utorrent/isohunt is hard to use.
    Back in school it was superior in every way. Utorrent was unknown to us back then.

    Anyone who uses it now is a bit dim admittedly.
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    Seems fairly reasonable, sue them for more than the worlds total GDP.
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    LOL!

    dear me, i miss my limewire. The look on my face when i saw it got closed down by the goverment :rofl:

    oh well, theres always a million more sites to download music for free
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    I used to love Limewire until I found out it was seeding my work and documents to the rest of the world! I disabled that, but then got hit with spyware and malware - a shot of Avira and MalwareBytes sorted it out, followed by an uninstallation. Now, it's all Youtube to MP3 for me!
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    "As defendants note, plaintiffs are suggesting an award that is 'more money than the entire music recording industry has made since Edison's invention of the phonograph in 1877.'"

    lol good luck with that guys.

    this is just rididdykong.
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    Why not just sue them for a real and achievable amount? Clearly they're on a hiding to nothing with that amount.
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    Clearly $75 trillion is greater than the whole worlds GDP!
    Limewire will probably be fined in the millions though.

    But seriously,

    R.I.A.A. = Retards in Associate with Aids
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    (Original post by Angie varona)
    Limeware has always been crap.

    Only computer NOOBS and stupid teens used it.

    Vuze(torrents) and direct downloads(megaupload,rapidshare etc) FTW.
    Vuze is ridiculously fast. :coma:
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    I went from morpheus, limewire to ares.
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    (Original post by TheRustaman)
    Did anyone else use Limewire to download Limewire pro?
    LAD :cool:
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    (Original post by TheRustaman)
    Did anyone else use Limewire to download Limewire pro?
    I did that, but now;

    Software that records whatever is playing through my sound card + Spotify = loads of free music

    And I won't get caught because I'm not actually downloading anything. :borat:
 
 
 
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