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    Downloading streaming video

    How can I download streaming ASX video? I know how to download streaming WMV video but can't find a program that will download ASX video. Thanks in advance.
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    iPhone and iPod

    A buddy I work with got it and it hasn't given him any problems other than he has to recharge it more often than he would like. The internet works well, he says.
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    Downloading streaming video

    I should have mentioned, I want to download the ASX file in WMV, AVI, or MP(E)G format, not in FLV format which it appears videodownloader.net (which I have used before to download youtube videos) is for. Sorry for not clarifying.
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    External hard drive repair

    I had an external hard drive with a lot of important stuff on it and it doesn't seem to work anymore. The light is really dim and it never vibrates like it used to when I have it on. Where can I go to get it fixed? Or am I fucked?
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    Chris Benoit Dead - Toxicology results released

    Wikipedia edit I first traced to Stamford makes headlines: http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,287194,00.html
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    Chris Benoit Dead - Toxicology results released

    Highspots has Benoit items on its front page. - http://highspots.com/index.asp And WWE's auction site still has his merch up: http://auction.wwe.com/cgi-bin/ncommerce3/...;aunbr=84687188
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    Chris Benoit Dead - Toxicology results released

    Actually, I was referring to the biggest story within wrestling circles, not mainstream circles.
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    Chris Benoit Dead - Toxicology results released

    Trust me, it won't beat the Montreal Screwjob.
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    Chris Benoit Dead - Toxicology results released

    From WWE.com: Benoit failed to appear both at Saturday’s live event in Beaumont, Tx., and WWE’s Vengeance: Night of Champions in Houston Sunday night, after informing WWE of a family emergency. Several curious text messages sent by Benoit early Sunday morning prompted concerned friends to alert Richard Hering, VP of Government Relations for WWE, Inc. Hering, in turn, spoke with Fayette County sheriffs Monday, and requested that they respond to the Benoit residence to check on him and his family. and WWE.com has further information relating to both the investigation and the cause of death, but the Fayette County Sheriff’s Department has requested that WWE.com not release any additional details at this time. I was wondering about Meltzer too. That guys gonna be on the phone 24/7 the next few days.
  10. LucharesuFan619

    Chris Benoit Dead - Toxicology results released

    It was me. That's how I got the 'African Wild Ass' info. Well you didn't look up the IP, I did LOL. Weird day...
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    Chris Benoit Dead - Toxicology results released

    http://www.wwe.com/content/media/video/vms...testimonials%2F Here's the Triple H one (the best one, in my opinion); I didn't save the others.
  12. LucharesuFan619

    Chris Benoit Dead - Toxicology results released

    Was this (http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Talk:Chris_Benoit&diff=prev&oldid=140679736) someone here on TSM or a Wikipedia reader who also happened to look up the IP?
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    Chris Benoit Dead - Toxicology results released

    I just traced the IP address of that Wikipedia edit and it traces to Stamford, Connecticut. Seriously. http://www.dnsstuff.com/tools/whois.ch?dom...ff&email=on
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    Chris Benoit Dead - Toxicology results released

    The answer's obvious. Benoit was a Wikipedia contributer.
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    Chris Benoit Dead - Toxicology results released

    http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=...oldid=140442953 This is weird. This was 14 and a half hours before the announcement of the deaths and someone posted that she was dead. Thoughts?
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    Mr. McMahon "dead" - Now for the "whodunit" angle.

    I'm not callous but I don't see the big deal in regards to the timing of Sherri dying and why that would affect this angle. If they are planning on stretching this angle out over the next few months, isn't it inevitable that some wrestler is going to die some time during that period, especially with wrestlers dying left and right these days? If they're against the angle, they're against it. If they're for it, they're for it. Don't understand why someone would change their position just because Sherri passed...
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    Mr. McMahon "dead" - Now for the "whodunit" angle.

    “I hated the arrogant b******, but I had to come,” said a tearful Peter Frager, who said he drove all the way from Borger, Texas. “I’ve watched wrestling for so many years – I grew up watching him, even during the days when he was just an announcer. It’s going to be weird watching WWE without him.” From WWE.com Oh My God He drove from TEXAS
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    OAO Monday Night Raw Thread- June 11, 2007

    Vince's Wikipedia profile has been locked by anyone and everyone from editing until June 25.
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    OAO Monday Night Raw Thread- June 11, 2007

    Close guess...
  20. LucharesuFan619

    Hostel 2

    Random thoughts. Don't read ahead if you haven't seen it and don't want to be spoiled. I saw this the first day it came out. This was the first movie I've seen in theatres since World Trade Center on August 23, 06. I can't wait to see 1480 in July (preview shown as a coming attraction). Am I the ONLY one who thought that this film ended ridiculously abruptly? The credits started rolling and I was like "WTF?!" How the fuck could they promote this in commercials as "the most shocking ending in horror film history?" Are they out of their mind? There are TONS of horror films like Dark Corners I've seen that have ten times as shocking an ending, and I'm sure there are even more shocking ones out there that I haven't seen. Hell, the ending of the first Hostel was arguably more surprising than this ending. All in all, it was good for what it was. The lack of sex compared to the first sucked, the character development was decent. I was surprised Lorna died so early. I figured the geeky girl would survive till the end. Hated how Stuart turned back and forth. Especially the last turn where he tried to kill her - that was totally unexplained...or maybe I just didn't understand it. WTF was she talking about saying he was confusing her with his wife but she wasn't his wife? That was weird. Whatever happened to the hot chick that Richard Burgi purchased? Did she die? Survive? Her face looked pretty fucked up but I thought she was still alive. I too was kinda pissed that Paxton died so early. I did like the touch of his head being in the trophy room though.
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    OAO One Night Stand

    I want a stream, too. Please.
  22. LucharesuFan619

    Where can I download Microsoft Frontpage?

    Help would be appreciated. Thanks in advance.
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    Where can I download Microsoft Frontpage?

    Is there a registration code I can use?
  24. LucharesuFan619

    Pro Wrestling's Extreme Measures DVD

    I saw this DVD at the store the other day and it had Sandman on the cover and had names like Dreamer, Foley, Balls, Axl, Raven, etc. on the cover. It said there are seven matches on the DVD but what matches are they and where are they from? It occurred to me that it may be from the USA Pro show where there was the mini-ECW reunion, perhaps. Anyone have any idea what matches are on it and what promotion(s) they are from?
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    The Story of XTREME PRO WRESTLING

    Here are new, never-before-released photos of Darren “Dynamite D” McMillan with people such as Terry Funk - http://www.geocities.com/xpw5yearslater/dpics.htm These are of a younger Darren before many of us fans saw him in XPW, but even then, just like he was up until the day of his passing, he was "THE WORLD'S GREATEST WRESTLER." WE WILL NEVER FORGET YOU, D, GOD BLESS! COMMENTARY originally posted at http://www.declarationofindependents.net/d...ges/xpw430.html I only knew Darren McMillan for the final two years of his life, but I am privileged and thankful to be able to consider him my friend based on that period of time. When I think of Darren, two of the first words to come to mind are “thoughtful” and “genuine.” Darren’s great heart made him so easy to get along with. He was *genuinely* (that’s the key word) concerned that whoever he was interacting with was having a good day. I feel satisfied with my last conversation with Darren because it was a rewarding one. Darren seemed so flattered when I mentioned that I had spotted his name in the million-miles-per-hour scrolling credits at the end of a WSX episode. But Darren, *I* should’ve been the one who was proud of *YOU*! Speaking of WSX, one thing I can be happy about is that before he passed, Darren witnessed the first season of WSX unfold on MTV. It was a fitting last couple months of his life to be able to see so many of his buddies appear on national TV doing the thing they loved most in life. I know he was proud of them, and his getting credited as “Talent Coordinator” was just the icing on the cake. Two other words that come to mind when I think of Darren are “fair” and “respectful.” He treated everybody equally and respectfully in a business where such qualities are sorely lacking. Even beyond his inexpressibly great character, Darren was a professional wrestler. He desired to fit into the “new breed” of wrestling, but at the same time, he also sought to *maintain* the old school roots under which he was trained---the guy who trained him, Verne Langdon, was introduced to the business by Lou Thesz, among other legends. Darren accomplished this delicate balance. How, you ask? He did it by playing a character called “Mr. 80’s,” which entailed Darren wrestling traditional matches on cards that were filled largely with gore. It needs to be mentioned that although most people will probably never get the opportunity to see them because of their rarity on tape, his matches with Hombre de Oro/Carlito Montana represented truly *professional* wrestling as it is supposed to be. “Mr. 80’s” was one of the most likeable characters in XPW. The mark of a good wrestling babyface is when you can convince a whiny 2-year-old girl, a rowdy teenager, an upstanding middle-aged man, and a soft-spoken little old lady to cheer for you. That’s what “Dynamite D” did every night! D appealed to the cartoon nature that kids adore as well as to the old-time fans who saw him as delivering a dose of ‘80’s nostalgia right into their laps, and even to the technical purists who desperately wanted to believe that XPW was more than just violence, and when D was in the ring, they were shown that indeed it was. Darren took pride in portraying the “Mr. 80’s” character. Some of the people he had plans to impersonate but never got the chance to for whatever reason include Paul E. Dangerously and The Junkyard Dog (both at Go Funk Yourself, but Rob Black turned him down…“One of [Rob’s] many mistakes in my book and yet another one of my genius on-the-spot suggestions,” he said.). Darren knew that his portrayal of the “Mr. 80’s” gimmick was something special when Sabu developed a routine of coming up to him before each XPW show to shake his hand before quickly asking which legend he was going to masquerade as later that night. Darren’s contributions to the wrestling business spanned more than 15 years. A large number of the wrestlers, referees, and managers on the So-Cal wrestling scene had their very first exposure to professional wrestling NOT through live shows, and not even though TV, but rather by way of Darren’s Saturday night radio show “WrestleTalk.” In fact, one can see many of the old “WrestleTalk” fans come out of the wood work by checking out this message board thread: http://www.socaluncensored.com/board/showthread.php3?t=12683. After the WrestleTalk era, Darren continued to pass his knowledge down at both the Slammers Wrestling Gym and the XPW Aslyum. His trainees will testify to the fact that he *genuinely* wanted them to succeed in professional wrestling. I am sure that Darren is in a better place now. I can see him kicking back in the company of his late XPW buddies such as Big Dick Dudley, Public Enemy, and Chris Candido in the skies above. And every Saturday night… maybe… just maybe… Darren is having… among the company of other deceased wrestling talents… the five-star matches… that made “Dynamite D” so great. Thanks, Darren. Your friend, Jonathan Barber GENERAL INFORMATION “XPW: Bleeding Was Only HALF the Job” is an independently-produced, ongoing historical retrospective which is dedicated to preserving the legacy of Rob Black’s XPW (Xtreme Pro Wrestling) by way of detailing in extraordinary depth its fascinating history. Officially endorsed by adult film legend Ron Jeremy ( http://www.megaupload.com/?d=KF2BRGPB ) as well as by pro wrestler / promoter / trainer / musician / radio host / magician Verne Langdon (http://www.vernelangdon.com/), and with the help of Extreme Championship Wrestling legends TOMMY DREAMER, SHANE DOUGLAS, and JERRY LYNN and Danzig ex-bassist Josh Lazie, the retrospective will go behind-closed-doors and detail everything one could ever want to know about XPW. To read the editions of “XPW: Bleeding Was Only HALF the Job” that have been printed up to this point, please visit: http://www.declarationofindependents.net/d...xpwhistory.html Be sure to start at the bottom of that page, as the article at the top is the most recent chronologically and the last article is the first article chronologically (assuming you want to read them in chronological order, that is…if not, then dive right in!). For any questions about the retrospective, please e-mail [email protected] Also e-mail that address if you wish to be added to the “XPW: Bleeding Was Only HALF the Job” mailing list. Thanks for your interest. The Objective The phrase, “to leave no stone unturned,” is very common nowadays--so common, in fact, that it is often exaggerated. When “XPW: Bleeding Was Only HALF the Job” vows to leave no stone unturned, it is not exaggerating. On the contrary, “XPW: Bleeding Was Only HALF the Job” is intent on bringing readers dirt that has been concealed among “the boys” since XPW existed and - until now - has never seen the light of day. This fact is evidenced by the involvement of such world-famous entertainers as Ron Jeremy, Shane Douglas, and Tommy Dreamer in the project. “XPW: Bleeding Was Only HALF the Job” has all of the necessary resources at its disposal and plans to use those resources with the purpose of bringing to the reader the roller-coaster experience that was XPW. The Content With over 30 people contributing exclusive comments, it is impossible to do the retrospective’s content justice, but readers can expect a major focus on the more controversial aspects of XPW’s history, such as Rob Black’s friendships with Paul Heyman and Buh Buh Ray Dudley and where exactly the negotiations with ECW went wrong, what exactly happened at the HeatWave 2000 riot, drug use in the XPW locker room, and the inside scoop on whether or not the wrestlers got sexual favors from the porn stars. Find out what The Messiah doesn’t want his fans to know about his personal life and his former-relationship with Rob Black and Lizzy Borden. Follow Josh Lazie as he tells stories of his experiences traveling all around the world with Sabu, including how they got jailed together in Mexico (as well as how El Hijo del Santo played into the story). Learn the stories that Jasmin St. Claire has tried to prevent from being published about her history of harassing XPW wrestlers. Get the inside scoops on the roles that Hayabusa, Bruce Hart, and Atsushi Onita played in XPW. Plus, each person who did an interview (see the list below) was asked for their favorite/funniest John Kronus story. Kronus - a former-ECW Tag Team Champion as one half of “The Eliminators” with Perry Saturn - is known not only as being one of the most notorious ribbers in the wrestling business but also for doing crazy stunts with the purpose of entertaining “the boys.” Many of these humorous drugs, sex, and alcohol-related stories will be published in “XPW: Bleeding Was Only HALF the Job.” The Wrestlers The best part about “XPW: Bleeding Was Only HALF the Job” is that it will be told from the accounts of the people who were there to live the XPW experience, among them Tommy Dreamer, Shane Douglas, Jerry Lynn, Missy Hyatt, and tens of others. Virtually every major wrestler who you could think of who wrestled for or were directly associated with XPW have done extensive shoot interviews about his or her XPW runs and their comments will be incorporated into the retrospective with the purpose of providing first-hand testimony. Everybody was asked about their opinion of how they got into XPW, their opinion of Rob Black and of Lizzy Borden, and then of course more specific questions about their particular involvement in XPW, as well as their favorite party/road stories from XPW. The list of people who have done interviews so far include: * “The Franchise” SHANE DOUGLAS (made very candid comments on a number of different subjects---for a full summary of what Douglas discussed, go to http://www.declarationofindependents.net/d...ages/xpwsd.html ) *WWE/ECW superstar TOMMY DREAMER *Jerry Lynn *The Blue Meanie *Missy Hyatt *Chris Hamrick *Ron “The Truth” Killings *Devon Storm (a.k.a. Crowbar) *“The Fallen Angel” Christopher Daniels *Shark Boy *Kevin Kleinrock (former-XPW VP) *Josh Lazie (former-XPW Talent Relations Director, manager of Sabu, and ex-bassist for the world-famous band DANZIG---for a full summary of what Lazie discussed, go to http://www.declarationofindependents.net/d...s/xpwlazie.html ) *Kris Kloss *Larry Rivera *CZW promoter/wrestler John Zandig *Gary Yap *Verne Langdon (the trainer of Homeless Jimmy, Messiah, Dynamite D, Webb, Damien Steele, Angel, and others) *Plus over 20 different wrestlers including - but not limited to - Kaos, GQ Money, Altar Boy Luke, Pogo the Clown, “White Trash” Johnny Webb, Dynamite D, Steve Rizzono, and tons of others Many more to be announced! Those who were contacted for interviews about their XPW tenures but declined include: *Sabu *New Jack *Evan Karagias (wanted $100 for an interview) *The Messiah (wanted $200+ for an interview--very unprofessional--stalked, harassed, and made absurd legal threats towards creator of "XPW: Bleeding Was Only HALF the Job") ***Lizzy Borden (has moved on from wrestling and doesn’t wish to comment on it) *Jasmin St. Claire (acted like a prima donna [read: Pre-Madonna] and acted extremely unprofessional, saying she was higher than doing wrestling interviews and making physical threats towards "XPW: Bleeding Was Only HALF the Job") *Veronica Caine ***Although Lizzy Borden did not grant an interview, she was very helpful in supplying rare XPW footage and photographs which will be used to supplement the voluminous information that is presented in the “XPW: Bleeding Was Only HALF the Job” retrospective. More and more people who were formerly associated with XPW continue to be contacted for interviews and updates will be given if anyone noteworthy agrees to get involved. In addition, “XPW: Bleeding Was Only HALF the Job”’s narrative/written content will be *supplemented* by previously unreleased video footage, photographs, and other exclusive multimedia.
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