For those of you that care LOL. I wanted to share some personal reasons as to why I created this torrent blog. First and foremost, I created this blog as a result of the now unbelievably rising cost of entertainment. Not only are movies (including CDs, Pay Per View, On Demand Downloads, Cable, Streaming, movie theaters, etc) incredibly expensive, we are also expected to join many many different services for the privilege of accessing exclusive videos, each at a high priced premium package per month.
The reality is, a significant majority of people can no longer afford all these premium packages, physical media, digital downloads, and fan paraphernalia. Not only that, these services are marketed to the poorest communities. Then you want to demonize us for downloading what we can’t afford. This I believe is almost the sole reason why piracy exists. ALL KINDS OF PEOPLE FROM ALL WALKS OF LIFE AROUND THE WORLD, AND ALL OCCUPATIONS HAVE BEEN KNOWN TO EITHER PIRATE OR BUY BOOTLEGS ‘CAUSE THEY DON’T KNOW HOW TO PIRATE. THEY PIRATE STUDY MATERIAL, CLASSWORK, RESEARCH FOOTAGE, MEDICAL RESEARCH, E-LEARNING, ETC. The high cost of digital content is a huge issue. Neither will there be any regulations against it. The evils of having a democracy.
Lastly, to help share a variety of rare content (movies, documentaries, music, etc) not shared on popular trackers. I’m sort of trying to continue the late Demonoid’s legacy. Believe it or not, there are a LOT of torrent users I have personally met (like myself), who see the importance of archiving our history. We’re all working hard seeking out, and sharing these rarities with other classic fans who appreciate them.
I don’t have a set schedule as to when or how many I will post. But I’d say visit about once every 2 weeks. Please bookmark my blog!