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But I'm for piracy in every other way, so don't listen to me being a hypocrite and youn can find almost anything on the pirate bay. Stop being a piece of shit and buy the fucking books you read, the music you listen to and the movies you watch. You don't deserve free shit. I do buy all my media. I have purchased around 20 CD's in the last few months, about 15 books, a few seasons of Dexter, etc.

I know what it is like to work hard on artistic ventures only to have people expect them for free.

If you want something, BUY it. If you can't afford it, save your money until you can. Again, you don't deserve free shit. Look, i do buy all my books, and most of my music. But i decided to put my library of books on my brand new ereader and i really don't want to buy them again.

I don't see why this concept is so difficult for people to get. Because you're a sucker.

Deserve means nothing. If you account for risk vs potential benefit you would have to be stupid to not torrent. So many upvotes for a classic tu quoque fallacy. The mere mention that people should purchase the things they want and it gets slammed with down votes. There are a lot of extremely immature people on this site. I don't see how your response has anything at all to do with the topic at hand, but you can down vote people for whatever reason you want.

Nope, they've completed the move to http: I personally see nothing wrong with torrenting ebooks. It's not like you couldn't go to a library to get them for free anyway. If you're looking for any classic books you can go here. Also, some libraries have ebooks available.

Why does nobody understand that the library paid for their copy of the book and you can NOT go to the library and photocopy full copies of all the books you want legally. Checking a book out from the library is in no way analogous to mass ebook torrenting. I fail to see how that's relevant vis-a-vis libraries. You do understand that a given book can only be lent to one person at a time and is therefore completely different than something that allows infinite perfect fidelity copies right?

Well, at least you're honest about just being a cheap thieving scumbag who doesn't want to compensate people for their work my apologies if you're a third worlder who just can't afford them because your annual salary is very low.

Better than fallacious justifications. Do you get a reddit trophy for calling a stranger names over the internet?

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No, sadly no trophy, just an accurate description given the information available to me, stranger or not. If you are not a cheap thieving scumbag but have an actual justification, perhaps you steal ebooks to feed your family like a modern day Jean Valjean, then accept my apologies. Use of this site constitutes acceptance of our User Agreement and Privacy Policy. All rights reserved. Want to join? Log in or sign up in seconds.

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Jay Newhard. Sold Out. Thousand Yard Stare Second Bardo In the Dust of this Planet Third Bardo Described by the artists as "Xeno-electronic emissions woven from a blackened blend of technoid deconstructions, harsh noise, post-industrial electronics, and dark alien dronescapes Tiny Mix Tapes on the album: It is experienced differently from person to person; where one would place it as a sole being in an area of complete emptiness and seclusion, another may find desolation in the form of the crumbling infrastructure abused in urban landscapes.

Does it speak to isolation or deterioration? Is it felt more as an organic happening or a synthesized event? Combining the various stages of drone from the past 30 years a dash of industrial, a pinch of electronica, a lot of minimalism , MIR set the stage for desolate listening. Though the air is disturbed and the scene is well lit, how you make out the surroundings is up to you.

What you will notice is how cold In the Dust of This Planet comes across, really letting you feel the crumbling world which we are killing through our irresponsibility. But I think obsessing about the album is really the only appropriate response you can have.

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All that time the Martians must have been getting ready. During the opposition of a great light was seen on the illuminated part of the disk, first at the Lick Observatory, then by Perrotin of Nice, and then by other observers. English readers heard of it first in the issue of Nature dated August 2.

I am inclined to think that this blaze may have been the casting of the huge gun, in the vast pit sunk into their planet, from which their shots were fired at us. Peculiar markings, as yet unexplained, were seen near the site of that outbreak during the next two oppositions. The storm burst upon us six years ago now. As Mars approached opposition, Lavelle of Java set the wires of the astronomical exchange palpitating with the amazing intelligence of a huge outbreak of incandescent gas upon the planet.

It had occurred towards midnight of the twelfth; and the spectroscope, to which he had at once resorted, indicated a mass of flaming gas, chiefly hydrogen, moving with an enormous velocity towards this earth. This jet of fire had become invisible about a quarter past twelve. He compared it to a colossal puff of flame suddenly and violently squirted out of the planet, "as flaming gases rushed out of a gun. Yet the next day there was nothing of this in the papers except a little note in the Daily Telegraph, and the world went in ignorance of one of the gravest dangers that ever threatened the human race.

I might not have heard of the eruption at all had I not met Ogilvy, the well-known astronomer, at Ottershaw. He was immensely excited at the news, and in the excess of his feelings invited me up to take a turn with him that night in a scrutiny of the red planet.

In spite of all that has happened since, I still remember that vigil very distinctly: the black and silent observatory, the shadowed lantern throwing a feeble glow upon the floor in the corner, the steady ticking of the clockwork of the telescope, the little slit in the roof--an oblong profundity with the stardust streaked across it.

Ogilvy moved about, invisible but audible. Looking through the telescope, one saw a circle of deep blue and the little round planet swimming in the field.

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It seemed such a little thing, so bright and small and still, faintly marked with transverse stripes, and slightly flattened from the perfect round. But so little it was, so silvery warm--a pin's-head of light! It was as if it quivered, but really this was the telescope vibrating with the activity of the clockwork that kept the planet in view. As I watched, the planet seemed to grow larger and smaller and to advance and recede, but that was simply that my eye was tired.

Forty millions of miles it was from us--more than forty millions of miles of void.Second Bardo That night, too, there was another jetting out of gas from the distant planet. Create an account. It actually made me sad, realizing that I would never, ever be able to read them all.

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