Main aur mrs khanna

Main aur mrs khanna 2009

Latest edit was made on 06 Feb 2009 20:55 i dont think the spinning little discs will go anywhere, as there will always be the need to hold a physical copy, like news papers. Until ISPs stop screwing over their consumers with caps and bad plans online video aint happening, for now BR is it. Yeah of how people listened to Obamas content before voting for him? s dont stop Netflix streaming online jackass. Not paying attention are we? ISPs are starting to limit bandwidth in a mis guided effort to throw the baby out with the bath water. The larger ISPs are part of the media mafia and they will do everything they can to push consumers off them and back into buying media from traditional sources. And then there is shoehorning in the tiered net witch is coming becusr big brother is paid to look the other only use one part of my quote. However, people can read what I wrote so it clearly wont be misinterpreted. Im wondering why you didnt put in my part of the quote where I agreed with you that ISP are limiting bandwidth? Maybe you are just here to start trouble which is clearly the case. Actually Zippy is correctt. Bandwidth limits will effect how much HD content you can view before your cut off or have to pay extra for your DSL or Cable internet connection. Ive recently switched to a business class service just to avoid the caps. I agree blu-ray is extremely overpriced but youll pay just as much or more than blu-ray per movie if you go over your bandwidth cap. Looks to me like your the one starting trouble. You called the man a Jackass for no reason. Your obviously nothing more than a Sony hater looking to put down anybody who might have any reason why blu-ray might survive. Until ISPs stop screwing over their consumers with caps and bad plans online video aint happening, for now BR is it. Yeah of how people listened to Obamas content before voting for him? s dont stop Netflix streaming online jackass. Not paying attention are we? ISPs are starting to limit bandwidth in a mis guided main aur mrs khanna 2009 to throw the baby out with the bath water. The larger ISPs are part of the media mafia and they will do everything they can to push consumers off them and back into buying media from traditional sources. And then there is shoehorning in the tiered net witch is coming becusr big brother is paid to look the other only use one part of my quote. However, people can read what I wrote so it clearly wont be misinterpreted. Im wondering why you didnt put in my part of the quote where I agreed with you that ISP are limiting bandwidth? Maybe you are just here to start trouble which is clearly the case. Actually Zippy is correctt. Bandwidth limits will effect how much HD content you can view before your cut off or have to pay extra for your DSL or Cable internet connection. Ive recently switched to a business class service just to avoid the caps. I agree blu-ray is extremely overpriced but youll pay just as much or more than main aur mrs khanna 2009 per movie if you go over your bandwidth cap. Looks to me like your the one starting trouble. You called the man a Jackass for no reason. Your obviously nothing more than a Sony hater looking to put down anybody who might have any reason why blu-ray might survive. Or your bandwidth is nackered but functional turning your HD stream into if its a auto connection type into SD video. But more to the point the ISPs need to go after speed not amount, if they go after amount theyll find their user base drying up, then again in middle sized cities where you have ATT or Cable theres not much choice. well as it appears the latest figures are in. And of the people surveyed seemed to think that media based and supplied over the internet even with band widths is going to be the way that the general public is going to view media. my original figures main aur mrs khanna 2009 incorrect and should be disregarded because Im paid alot of money to spill useless facts that provide information that promotes the highest bidder. At this momenmt Internet is better then Blu-ray.

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