News for May 2013

ADM Playlist

Posted: May 20th, 2013
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“Ray Kurzweil, ARI, I want to live forever, because I have the potential to be infinite.”

Quote by Tone Heighton aka ToddHddoT

http://www.kurzweilai.net/
http://www.ayrand.com/
http://www.shot97.com

Posted: May 20th, 2013
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Vitor Belfort puttin in that work…

Vitor Belfort put in that work on Luke Rockhold with a perfect spinning heel kick, ending their UFC on FX 8 main event bout in the first round. This is his second consecutive “Knockout of the Night” victory.

There’s no denying the knockout was perfect, and the mainstream media and bloggers are being bitches about his post fight press conference.

Belfort, a user of testosterone replacement therapy, big surprise there, keeps getting questioned about it.

Belfort’s response was hilarious, “Can somebody beat him up for me please? Can somebody beat him up? You’re boring, get out of here,” responded Belfort. Belfort then said he didn’t want to answer any more questions from Morgan. “Talk to my hand.”

Later, another media member asked if his statements about being better than ever were linked to his TRT usage. Belfort responded, “Are you joking? You’re joking aren’t you? C’mon stop that.”

People who care if an athlete uses ‘drugs” need to mind their own business and stop watching his fights and watch people like Mayweather. When I want to watch a monster, I watch old Arnold videos, when I want to watch a “natural” phenom, I watch Mayweather or Broner.

Posted: May 18th, 2013
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Demonoid is back! Kinda…

Demonoid 2!

Although Demonoid remains shut down, an unofficial website based on Demonoid’s databases was launched on May 7, 2013. The site went live at http://www.d2.vu/ with hosting provided by the U.S.-based service RamNode.
d2′s administrators stated, “No former admins have been involved with this rebranding or launch. This effort is independent and undertaken entirely for the benefit of the community.”
Based on a Demonoid backup, d2 contains Demonoid’s torrent and user databases, and is initially open to former members only; no new invitations are being generated, for now. All previously registered Demonoid users can login using their already existing accounts with the same password and username that they had on Demonoid. Unlike Demonoid, d2 has no user forums, and to minimize legal risk, the site has no torrent tracker; all torrents instead use public trackers.
d2′s hosting provider, RamNode, initially suspected d2 was hosting malware and threatened suspension, but has since amended this claim, saying malware probably came from a remote banner ad.

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Interview with admins of d2

Posted: May 7th, 2013
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