I don't think it's whether the trackers are popular or not, I think it's more about how many sites you post your torrents on. If you only have one or two trackers and post your torrent on several popular sites, you'll end up with tons of seeds and leechers, especially if it's something people actually want.
"as reliable as Fox News", talk about hefty liberal.
Since Demonoid is down... it might as well just stay down. If it can't recover after a week of downtime, then the site admins themselves are unreliable and probably too inexperienced to run such a popular website.
It adds stuff like photo gallery, msn messanger (live messanger) and various other things I'd probably never use.
If you don't have a live.com or hotmail email account it's pretty much useless (in my opinion).
Doom I, II, Final
Quake I, II, III
Gran Turismo 2
Brothers in Arms
Age of Empires II
Even now I still play some of these games and some of them are nearly two decades old.
The page says search trends. Seems self-explanatory to me.
A search trend typically means what people are mainly searching for in a certain period of time.
I think the tag-cloud on the front page kind of makes the search trend obsolete.
[quote="alex20002"]SWAT 4 + Expansion in a .rar file. Everytime I try and download the patch no matter which torrent, it says language pack not suported or something like that...[/quote]
People put negative feedbacks on my torrents and don't have reasons all the time. They don't have to download nor test the files in order to put false feedback.
Not everyone is honorable.
I had made an idea about putting [url=http://kat.ph/ideabox/show/constructive-feedback]constructive feedback[/url] but most of my ideas never get past the draft status.
Elfen Lied is insane and beautiful at the same time.
When They Cry Higurashi is a good series if you like repetition and exploring each character.
Black Lagoon may also be something you'd enjoy if you liked Elfen Lied. Lots of blood, gore, death, shootings etc... More gangster-like than sci-fi.
I own a handgun, but I don't carry it around with me.
My intention for buying it in the first place was to protect the house and family and that intent still hasn't changed.
My grand parents have concealed carry permits so they carry their guns around all the time and make sure not to visit places that don't allow handguns.
A massacre like the theater is sad and stupid, so people should try to protect themselves from such crazy people.
I don't think guns is the problem with that theater massacre, I think the problem layed in the hands of the psychiatrist. The doctor had the ability to have the guy stopped, but chose not to because of "ethics."
If someone told you they are going to hurt people and fully describe how, you [u]must[/u] tell someone about it and make sure they don't actually do it. To me, that's common sense and more ethical than letting someone kill 30+ people.