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Post Posted: September 28th 2011 12:45 pm
 
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Title: darthpsychotic@gmail.com
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As you may have noticed there has been downtime this past Friday and Saturday with intermittent downtime before that and perhaps more upcoming. We were giving a notice of the downtime by the host due to emergency hardware failure. The reason why there wasn't any announcement then because we did not expect the downtime to last the entire 48 hours.

We were lucky the failure happened after the BLURAY plane hit the towers. With that said it could have been the BLURAY plane that caused the failure :funkyXD:

MF independently owned and operated yet once again thanks to MF's member(s).



Now playing in Cargo:

DVD
• Original Trilogy Deleted Scenes: The Movie
• Prequel Trilogy Deleted Scenes: The Movie

FILM
• Thor
• Green Lantern
• Transformers III

The two Deleted Scens "movies" have been split up into six files for public consumption. Eventually the 720p films will also be made available (most likely using the .mp4 container).

Also I don't know what is up with the ALLCAPS up in the title.


Post Posted: September 28th 2011 10:52 pm
 
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Title: Mortician
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HEY DP, THANKS FOR THE UPDATES!!!!


Post Posted: September 29th 2011 12:31 am
 
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Glad to hear it wasn't a Lucas-sponsored DDoS attack.
I know they've taken your domains before. :funkypopo: :funkynigga:


Post Posted: September 29th 2011 6:05 pm
 
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Topeka wrote:
Glad to hear it wasn't a Lucas-sponsored DDoS attack.
I know they've taken your domains before. :funkypopo: :funkynigga:


Also glad to hear it wasn't.... :cool:


Post Posted: September 30th 2011 12:35 am
 
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All things considered, isn't that kind of thinking (from corporations, I mean) kind of out-dated? Hasn't the past decade proven that being talked about, ripped off, hacked, someone steals your sextape, all the classically 'negative' forms of publicity or noteriety, all now prove to be good for 'buzz' about a topic, and add to the 'viral' frenzy surrounding a release or event?

That interest on the part of independant persons is free advertising. Did downloading hurt the music business? I dunno', I thought it was shitty music that hurt them.

But wtf do I know.


Post Posted: September 30th 2011 5:40 am
 
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"There is no such thing as bad publicity."

- P.T. Barnum


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