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General discussion / Re: Illegal Downloading.
« on: Today at 02:19:11 PM »
Yer behind the curve lads. KAT has been gone for a while - it got raided in 2016 and was shut down. The 'proxies' (they have nothing to proxy anymore) are just taking the old KAT torrent database and a few new torrents, if that. Seeder to leecher ratios tend to be very poor on those imitation sites.

If you want a general use torrent site this is by far your best bet - https://rarbg.to/torrents.php

1.8gb photoshop cs6 downloaded from kickass on sat in less than 15 mins. The seed count was low,  but no complaints from me!

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General discussion / Re: Illegal Downloading.
« on: Today at 11:29:37 AM »
slightly off-topic-ish.
Anyone know where I could download a copy of Microsoft Project etc?

unless you're paying for the software, you're bang on topic!

Kickass would prob be your best bet. Google kickass uk proxy, click the 2nd or 3rd link and connect to it via a proxy site

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General discussion / Re: Illegal Downloading.
« on: January 17, 2017, 11:57:43 PM »
Yea there has been a massive crack down on them. Haven't used one a while now so would be interested to see what other people are using

Downloaded some photo editing software from kickass over the weekend.  You have to go via a proxy site.  First time in a good while right enough. 

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Derry / Re: Derry Club football and Hurling
« on: January 17, 2017, 09:52:15 PM »

1. Conor McLarnon – Conchúr Mac Giolla Earnáin – Machaire Fiolta
2. Ciaran Mullan – Ciarain Ó Maoláin – Eoghan Rua
3. Conor Nevin – Conchúr Ó Cnáimhin – Baile an Doire
4. Ronan Murphy – Ronan Ó Murchú – Baile na Scrine
5. Neil Forester – Néill Fuireastar – Baile an Stil
6. Oisin Duffin – Oisín Ó Duifinn – Baile an Doire
7. Michael Warnock – Miceál Giolla Mhearnóg – An Gleann
8. Conor McAtamney – Conchúr  Mac an Tiompánaigh       Suitreach
9. Aidan McLaughlin – Aodhán Mac Lochlainn – Carraig Bhan
10. Enda Lynn – Éanna Ó Loinn – Grianloch
11. James Kielt – Séamas Ó Caoilte – Cill Ria
12. Peter Hagan – Peadar Ó hÁgáin – Beannchar
13. Mark Lynch – Marchas Ó Liongsigh – Beannchar
14. Ryan Bell – Rian Mac Giolla Mhaoil – Baile an Doire
15. Niall Loughlin – Naíll Mac Lochlainn – Grianloch
16. Ben McKinless – Beircheart Mac Fionn-laidh –  Baile an Doire
17. Conor McGrogan – Conchúr Mac Gruagáin – Droichead Nua
18. Gavin O’Neill – Gabhann Ó Neill – Beannchar
19. Emmett McGuckin – Eiméid Mag Eochain – Machaire Foilta
20. Benny Heron –  Breandán ÓhEarain – Baile na Scrine
21. Carlus McWilliams – Carlus Mac Uilliam – Baile na Scrine
22. Patrick Kearney –  Padraig Ó Cearnaigh – Suitreach
23. Mark Craig – Marchas Craig – Dún Geimhin
24. Jason Rocks – Séamas Mac Concharraige – An Lúb

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General discussion / Re: Arlene and The Renewable Heat Incentive
« on: January 17, 2017, 09:50:55 PM »
Dixie

Would there be a lot of poultry farmers in Tyrone and Fernanagh ???

Tyrone is has almost as many hen houses as it has wind turbines.  Possibly the highest density of both in the country.

It is incredible the amount of wind farms that have sprung up across the county.

I drove across from Garvaghey to Carrickmore and into Pomeroy last week and there must have been 100 of them built or in construction. There has to be some kind of lucrative scheme going on there, as well as fast tracking planning permission.

It is ridiculous the amount of them that is going up in that area. They really are a blight on the countryside and people are just letting it happen.

Rising sea levels caused by global warming which has a direct link to greenhouse gas emissions from non-renewable energy sources will be a considerably more serious blight in the decades to come.

Or slap one nuclear power plant up at magiligan, far cheaper, less CO2 emissions, powers the whole place and no one even knows its there

Magilligan is built on reclaimed land.. You'd want to build it on higher ground to get value for money!  Garvaghy?  ;D

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General discussion / Re: Man Utd Thread:
« on: January 17, 2017, 04:25:15 PM »
Jones made a meal of it to a point against West Ham but there's no doubt he was caught high up on the leg and it could have been a sore one. I wouldn't say dangerous but probably sore. I think they're all at it and it makes games harder to watch for sure.

agreed, a real gear grinder !

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General discussion / Re: Man Utd Thread:
« on: January 17, 2017, 04:15:26 PM »
Milner should have triple somersaulted la Phil Jones v West Ham :D


Can you show us that video of the triple somersault please? I watched that game and I missed the triple somersault.

not quite a triple somersault but the theatrics were embarrassing...Same on Sun, bit of contact, go down screaming and clutching your shin-pad, it's part of Mourinho's philosophy, always has been

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Derry / Re: Derry Club football and Hurling
« on: January 15, 2017, 08:48:09 PM »
That would be a great boost (McFaul I take it)  ... wasn't at todays game but was happy with a good points return ,,, although we must also have given a lot of 'frees' away and that fella Alan Davidson was very accurate

Big boost surely.  I was heading today until the 11th hour when family stuff got in the way!  Plenty of new men getting valuable game time.  Hopefully a few make the step up.  Not long to the league opener with Clare now

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General discussion / Re: The OFFICIAL Liverpool FC thread
« on: January 15, 2017, 08:36:58 PM »
Harsh? He is just fishing AZ. Probably didn't even watch the game!  ;D

That ballache was outed in the Derry forum a wee while back.  An absolute slabber best ignored

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General discussion / Re: Man Utd Thread:
« on: January 15, 2017, 06:10:45 PM »
Liverpool got lucky on the peno and parked the bus with Mingolet playing a blinder. United were poor but should've won by 2 or 3.

Take a bow StGalls,  after years and many many posts trying,  you finally posted something funny  ;D

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General discussion / Re: The OFFICIAL Liverpool FC thread
« on: January 15, 2017, 06:05:08 PM »
That was disappointing. Offside too but that happens. Surely that's the last sniff of a shot at the league gone now for either team.

You wouldn't know.  Liverpool,  due to the stadium upgrade have a good few more home matches than away in the run in.  Coutinho back fit,  and most importantly Mane back,  anything could happen.  At the same time,  an injury or 2 and everything could implode. 


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General discussion / Re: The OFFICIAL Liverpool FC thread
« on: January 15, 2017, 05:00:25 PM »
Decent enough half.  Well seen Utd are being managed by Mourinho with their constant over reaction to any contact.

I can see Utd cough up a goal playing the ball out from the back,  an accident waiting to happen. 

Clyne injured I take it?

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Derry / Re: Derry Club football and Hurling
« on: January 14, 2017, 11:04:08 PM »
To answer "Real Talks" question as to when Mark Craig last played a full league  game for Derry the answer is he played at centre half back against Cavan in February 2016.He had a superb game all through,scored a point and was involved in several moves out of which scores ensued.In the dying moments he made a terrific block to prevent a certain Cavan  goal  which would have meant a Breffni men victory.Instead Derry won by a point.His  availability as well as Daniel Heavron and now Conor McAtamney is a definite boost to Damian Barton's squad. It is rumoured that there may be two others also returning.Hopefully some other poster can confirm if this is true.

A certain young Glen man with a serious engine is back in the fold (apparently)

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Derry / Re: Derry Club football and Hurling
« on: January 14, 2017, 11:02:29 PM »
When was the last time Mark Craig played a full league game with Derry footballers   - - always seems to be a sub, did he play against Cavan last year or was it Fermanagh

Played down in Breffni last year in what turned out to be our last league win.  On a brutal night weather wise,  he was a giant among men.  Unreal battling performance

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General discussion / Re: Refugees
« on: January 14, 2017, 09:04:15 PM »
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