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Korb

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  1. Thank you for the link. Technically speaking, while indeed they had no numbers at first (numbering began 27 February 2002 with #549), the current numbering almost perfectly matches the drop down box sorting by date from the 12 Jun 2000 version of the site through to 26 March 2002. There are a few places where things seem to have gotten mixed up though, such as #1 and #8 trading places, as well as a pair of Outrun mixes, which got swapped and one was subsequently removed (#5 and #27.5). Anyways, here's what I've found for the unnumbered tracks on the changelog: 27.5 02/09/2000 OutRun
  2. In the interest of some general housekeeping and saving of some sanity, could a link to the torrent update changelog be put on the changelog page? It seems kind of buried on the wiki, particularly when you click on that 'What Links Here' link over on the right side and it comes back saying "No pages link here." Additionally, the changelog page lists quite a few mixes (or non-mixes as the case may be) without OCR release numbers. I've managed to sleuth out quite a few of them on my own via archive.org's cached copies of the site all the way back to April 2000, but for the sake of completioni
  3. I think a lot of the long time series readers ragged on AFFC and DWD mostly because of how long it took the two of them to come out, a combined 11 years since ASoS, and then it felt like nothing was really settled by either of them. Well, you're not supposed to settle things in the middle of a 7 book series. The first 3 have gone in this kind of progression: AGoT - Introduction ACoK - Build up ASoS - BLAM! And then you get to AFFC and DWD, which were supposed to be one book of build up after a time jump of something like 5 years. GRRM found that he couldn't just explain the events of th
  4. Yeah, and that's the link on the site that failed to completely download twice. It stopped at about 33 megs the first time, and at 20 megs the second time. I'll give it a third try, but I'm not holding my breath. EDIT: Third time was not the charm. 43.4 megs.
  5. Just dropping a note that I have tried twice unsuccessfully to download the album from the site, and the individual track links all spit out a forbidden error at me.
  6. Korb

    Mega Man 9

    http://kotaku.com/5022413/lets-watch-the-first-mega-man-9-footage 30 seconds that I just can't stop watching over and over and over again.
  7. I don't recall if this was during my senior year or if it was some other year, but they bought a bag (or two?) of ladybugs from a local greenhouse (yes, you can buy bags of ladybugs) and unleashed them in the halls. I never saw it since my later classes didn't make me walk through the carnage zone, but I hear it was rather crunchy underfoot there for the rest of the day. That might have been the same year they spread cooking oil on the floor of the cafeteria and a teacher slipped in it and broke a bone. I wouldn't recommend that one unless you like lawsuits.
  8. Beautiful. I was reaching for my iPod before it was even half finished playing.
  9. Funeral The funeral was for Michael, Walt's dad. Look at the area of town it was in. It was a predominantly black neighborhood, and the reason nobody came to the service was because he had betrayed them all at the end of season 2 so he and Walt could leave. But, if it is Michael, it begs the question, why wasn't Walt there? It's not Ben because he'd never leave the island. It's not Locke for the same reasons. The coffin is too small to be Rose or Hurley. If Sun or Jin died, it would be in South Korea, not a little African-American funeral home in LA. Also the funeral home's name is an
  10. When you say "after the files download" do you mean after ALL of them are done, or after the first one or two appear to have been completed? You see, BT doesn't download the files in order. It breaks each file up into pieces and then randomly asks the other computers on the torrent for each piece and just stores them until everything is done, at which point it puts everything in order. It sounds to me like you are trying to play a mp3 before the entire batch of files is done and the app can sort everything out correctly.
  11. I don't often post on these boards, but this is simply f-ing awesome. Before it was even half over I was out of my chair looking for my iPod so I could add it to the rest of my favorite OCRemixes.
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