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N/A Reply of messmer's Poll

I find it sorta gross but it gives me so much hope for my future!

05-04-14  09:16am

N/A Reply of Khan's Poll

We honestly need to just start calling 720p standard and anything lower to be low definition. Standards change.

04-30-14  04:10pm

N/A Reply of graymane's Poll

One way to look at it is would you have actually paid for the content if that was the only method of getting it. Lpee said he wanted to pay for something and got it for free, so yes that is true piracy. Now I wont knock him because the site was shut down thus ending any profit the owners would have made. Willing and unable to equate to not willing to in reality. I personally would help pay for a lawyer for anyone sued by the people at incrediblepass if they stole their stuff. The stole a lot of money from me through their credit card fraud. You can find that story with a 5 second search of this site. I have a ton of stuff that I would never pay for. If it came to deleting it or paying I would delete without second thought. That said, I have paid for a lot of my stuff too and never reviewed a site that did not get my money first.

If you really look into the laws for copyrights you have all broken them and if you are in the USA can be charged criminally and civilly. Lets say you go and download a song. You paid for the song. Technically you can only have one copy of the song. The second the download completes you are breaking the law because you have more than one copy of it. One is in the download directory and the other is stored by your browser. This specifically came up during a lawsuit a few years ago and the person did lose the case. They had to pay the record company some stupid amount of money because of it.

04-29-14  02:14pm

N/A Reply of graymane's Poll

It really depends on where the line is drawn. If you have gone to any tube sites you have technically violated someones copyrights.

04-28-14  01:46pm

N/A Reply of graymane's Poll

I never see flaming going on, thus i must conclude that PU has the single most intelligent collection of users on the internet.

We don't even bash on the couple guys here who freely admit to liking and reviewing gay porn. Try that in any other mainly heterosexual forum!

I feel like here I can talk about myself and be honest without worry of the extreme backlash I would get in other places. I know I do not contribute 1% as much as I used to here but the respect of the users keeps me coming back.

Respect and the ability to allow someone to disagree is a direct measure of intelligence. That is what makes this entire site whole.

07-07-12  11:02am

N/A Reply of Drooler's Poll

I am not old enough for "too young" yet. That has not set in. I am assuming this poll is referring to girls that are safe to assume are 18+.

04-29-12  03:42pm

N/A Reply of jberryl69's Reply

I suspect that if the situation came up where you needed to defend yourself or your comrades you would have done so without much thought. Then later that night you would have had reality sink in. I am glad for you sake this never became a factor.

Personal defense is different from military engagements. In battles the average firefight has several hundred yards between the opposing sides. Obviously there are close range ambushes and urban warfare, but both of these can include or transition to 400 yard engagements. So there you were likely carrying the M-16 (hopefully M-16A), or perhaps AK-47 depending on where you are from.

In personal defense there are not long range engagements. The fights are very intimate. The "whites of the eyes" hold true for legal personal defense as well. If I am 200 feet away from you and you shoot me, you are going to prison. They will say you could/should have attempted to leave the situation. Now if I am 15 feet away with a gun, or I am thrusting a knife into your liver, you have every right to shoot and to shoot to kill. This situation t a weapon like The Judge becomes an amazing defense powerhouse. A this range, the legal range, it will stop any man in his tracks. The gun is great because it forces you to wait until lethal force becomes legal (potentially). You can not shoot someone 200 feet away with any success using the shot shells, and you also can not accidentally kill a bystander that is 200 feet away. For home defense it is great because it has less wall penetration than a slug would carry.

04-20-12  10:04pm

N/A Reply of jberryl69's Reply

"You are 100% correct though, being armed is a blessing and a burden all at the same time."

Was a direct response to:

"What do they call you when your weapon gets taken away from and you're killed? Even happens to cops."

Gun were certainly a game changer.

Survival of the fittest had a change in meaning. It became less about physical strength and much more about technological abilities. When the Germans invade Russia, the Russian Red Guard was sent. They are like the current day SEALS, while not the same as the SEALS, their abilities were like comparing a normal current person to a SEAL. These were fighting machines with amazing training. And the were sent after a group of Germans that were old, wore men from the first World War. The Russian Red guard was slaughtered by these old, tired Germans. This fight was not hand to hand, in which case the Guard would have had a dominating victory, no, the Germans had machine guns and simply mowed down the charging Guard force. This is one of my favorite examples of how technology can change the tides of war.

04-14-12  11:32am

N/A Reply of jberryl69's Reply

In that case, not prepared enough.

That is certainly a risk that would be involved in it. There are holsters that are very difficult for other to remove the weapon from, but are not 100%.

Not every situation ha such a risk. Being in a hand to hand fight with someone it is certainly possible. Ideally you are either able to draw and fire before they get to you, or the weapon can remain concealed until you deem it appropriate to use. When a gun enters a fight it will be used. That is were training becomes paramount.

In home defense situations it is not all the likely unless you are moving about the house and they surprise you in a hallway. Then it becomes similar to a street fight. Most situations there is a little distance involved, otherwise you would not be able to get to your weapon as you are not likely to be carrying it in your home. If I know someone is coming I will have heavily armed and, if have a little time, armored. In this event I have 30 rounds ready to go and 100 more in banana clips. There was a woman on the news a few month back who called 911 looking for permission to kill to men who were trying to intrude on her home. She had more than 15 minutes before they got in. Will not always have that much time obviously, but she had enough time to hole up and the two intrudes stood no chance against her shotgun.

You take a chance either way when choosing to not have a weapon and choosing to have a weapon. But when you do carry you know you have it and what you need to do. Someone who is legally armed does not look for a fight, because they know they have the power to end it quickly and decisively.

You are 100% correct though, being armed is a blessing and a burden all at the same time.

04-13-12  03:11pm

N/A Reply of jberryl69's Reply

I would suggest a rifle for home defense. This is contrary to many beliefs but some of the new home defense rounds have great stopping power yet low wall penetration....do not want to be killing your neighbors too. Any 16.5" barreled M4 type AR-15 would do.

Second I would get a revolver. The Judge is a great option because it can fire large shot shells. They do make shot shells that are normal bullet sized as well, they can be used in an automatic, but jam consistently. They would great in revolvers because the round is already chambered and just waiting to be fired. I recommend this, again, because of amazing stopping power up close, but much lower risk of collateral damage. At 15 feet or less this would blow a hole the size of a grapefruit in someone, but at 100 yards is nothing more than getting hit with a BB gun or two. They reduce risk of getting jail time for a collateral kill, force to be within the legal range to use lethal force, do great damage up close, and can miss a little but still cause damage because of spread. This is important because people ALWAYS miss a little when in that situation. A 9mm that passes 1 mm from the persons neck could mean your death. A shot shell from a revolver that is centered 1 mm from the persons neck is a bloody mess, and you and your family live.

Go to your local dealer, a good one, and discuss it with them. Spend some time at a local range and see what feels right. Then keep going to the range so you stay at least familiar with how to operate the gun(s). Take some defense courses too.

That all being said, I most sincerely hope that all of you and myself never NEED a gun. They will call you paranoid, until you need it, then they will call you prepared.

04-12-12  04:13pm

N/A Reply of Khan's Poll

Have a few. Mainly an AR-15 Carbine. Currently keep soft tips for home defense, but looking into the newer split core defense rounds. Also have some XM855, the full jacketed steel ball ammo that was recently declassified as armor piercing, making it legal to own. We have a .40 pistol and I keep a Walther P22 on my desk.

Every home should be able to defend itself.

04-12-12  04:00pm

N/A Reply of Vegas Ken's Poll

I like them being there. Every now and then I wonder if we are talking about the same site and that is a good way to check.

03-11-12  10:27pm

N/A Reply of Khan's Poll

Seen it a few times. Really pisses me off. When you do that I absolutely will download your whole site. If I were to ever share content with a friend, that would be first just for a little revenge. The more user friendly the site the more respect I give them.

02-21-12  06:42pm

N/A Reply of Khan's Poll

No file is too big. I have a 25 GB video. Many files are 2 GB or more. I typically go for the largest files because they usually represent the best quality. Only down side is that hard drive prices have sky rocketed since the flooding.

02-21-12  06:37pm

N/A Reply of careylowell's Poll

I have seen the real thing in some videos from the 80's and early 90's, well before it was it gained such popularity.

10-29-11  03:18pm

N/A Reply of Cybertoad's Poll

I believe "None" Should have been an option. Not all porn addicts are drug addicts as well. I drink incredibly rarely and in small amounts, I have never smoked, and I have never touched any other sort of drug. Porn is my one and only addiction, thankfully. I average 2 beers a year, that includes 6 at a wedding and 5 while visiting a cousin (at a full nude bar mind you), so most years I actually drink nothing.

If I could only get back all the time and money I have devoted to porn...I would have a lot more really cool things, or at least a bigger bank account.

10-24-11  01:57pm

N/A Reply of slutty's Reply

Gay men have their own Man Rule book. While it is much the same for some gay men, other have a different version. There is one version for the guys very in touch with their feminine side, those very laud and someone annoying guys they like to put on tv, the typical fairy. There is another Rule Book for normal gay men. Subtle differences like the rule stated above are different. They are still required to know what a field goal and a safety is in football (both types of safety). So, technically he is breaking now Man Rule.

10-08-11  06:01am

N/A Reply of gggfan's Poll

Man Rule #74: All porn should have a minimum of one female for every male.

10-07-11  02:31pm

N/A Reply of otoh's Reply

No not quite, but I certainly am trying.

09-30-11  08:33pm

N/A Reply of Cybertoad's Poll

Pretty much all the above.

I have spent so much money on it. I could have bought a nice car with that money.

I have had it found many times. Do not even care anymore. Wife knows it is there.

Lost a bunch about 6 months ago. About 5 TB down the drain when a Raid volume got messed up. It was there I just did not know it. Recovered about 10 TB of the 15 in that volume, the reason was gone, I think the volume was too large for the recovery software but really not sure. That was about 7-8% of my collection, so not a huge deal and fortunately I have a file with all the file names in it from a directory logger. So if I want I can go back and try to redownload it.

09-29-11  05:13pm

N/A Reply of Cybertoad's Poll

I am in my 20's so obviously in the past 20 years. I was around 10 when I first got my hands on Playboy, Penthouse, and Hustler. I was 12 or 13 when I got my first porn movie. It was 80's porn, but it was actually pretty good.

09-25-11  07:15am

N/A Reply of Cybertoad's Poll

Several years ago I bought 500 dvds for $495. Sold about 150 of them on ebay. Got about $800 for those 150, so in the end I made a few bucks plus have 350 dvds still in the wrappers. Had to stop because people kept reporting me (others selling porn).

09-24-11  02:41pm

N/A Reply of BadMrFrosty's Reply

I tend to agree with this. Externals are a bit of a pain. I have only two actual external hard drives but have the ability to make 20 more. I have a bunch of empty enclosures siting around from an older method of accessing them.

Now I have a good portion of my collection in two 20 bay hot swap SATA-SAS backplane cases from Norco. I use two Chenbro SAS expanders to a LSI SAS RAID controller. This works very well and provides ample speed for porn viewing. This makes skipping around very large videos effortless. Organization has become much easier as well since stuff is not split among many volumes. It was certainly the more expensive route but much more effective an worth the cost. I am not using ethernet for this, rather two 6 GBit external SAS cables.

08-16-11  06:43pm

N/A Reply of TheSquirrel's Reply

Haha. Although I rarely post on here now it is nice to see that I am remembered.

08-16-11  06:31pm

N/A Reply of lk2fireone's Reply

No, not really. All of those items had long lives and there is no reason to suspect that Bluray will not either. I am sure down the road something will come along, I suspect that will be streaming (Netflix). For this to take over there needs to be an infrastructure change for most people to be able to have multiple megabit connections. Too many people have lower level connections.

Bluray was never a "must have" technology like DVD was. It was meant to be the next step, not a radical change. VHS to DVD was the revolutionary change that caused people to replace their movie collections. 99% of people do not buy movies on Bluray that they have on DVD already, the quality difference does not warrant paying for that. They want people to buy their new movies on Bluray and that is reasonable.

Bluray does offer a better picture and is worth paying a little extra for. Bluray itself will be surpassed at somepoint, certainly not in the next few years, but the idea of high definition will not. Bluray will be around for a while.

Now if you went apeshit and bought a new 3D TV I would say you wasted your money, at least for the 3D part. That is already slowing down, again. 3D sounds cool, but until it is actually three dimensional it will not5 stick. The 3D on a 2D screen simply is not going to work.

Yes new technology comes along, but you might as well enjoy it once it becomes affordable.

07-17-11  06:45pm

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