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I don't understand P2P

I think soon I'll have to decide to learn Spanish or to quit P2P stuff as in the last three days I downloaded almost 10GB of films and all were toot Spanish speaking films that was the bad news and I do have good news for you today guys, wanadoo is either having problem in monitoring ADSL subscribers bandwidth or they are preparing themselves to un-cap us.. for god sake make it the second one! I have ADSL 512 and I downloaded about 1GB a day and capped yet you know I think they in deep trouble as one of my friends have 512 ADSL but 1024 PORT and he's getting the 1024 lucky him and pity them


[tags] p2p, films, wanadoo, adsl [/tags]

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