Following the recent couple of threads featuring stolen artwork and demanding that we download, print and display it in our cars I felt that a more suitable image should be found, stolen and reproduced here for everyone who needs it.
Ladies, Gentlemen and kiddy fiddlers I give you the perfect car accessory
But why stop there?
There is no need to print signs to get your point across; simple changes in clothing are usually enough to send the correct message.
View the original here
Download this, print it off and display it in your car
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Something I feel very strongly we should all do.
……..that you have a printer and a roll of sellotape.
who are JD digital arts to you, and why have you breached their copyright?
I would believe that you cared about the British Army a lot more if your picture didn’t show the silhouettes of two American soldiers.
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i am not being allowed to post answers…
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Download and print this – put it on your car and let the world know!
I have recently moved and took out a new contract with BT for broadband, phone and youview. I have several devices using the broadband both wired and wireless. My laptop appears to be the only one that is suffering with speed issues.
I am able to watch on demand on a big tv, Mrs HLM can surf quite happily wirelessly and phones and tablets connect without issue yet for some reason my laptop has the following speeds:
Wired it is:
Download 6.71 Mbps
Upload 0.79 Mbps
Yet wirelessly it is:
Download 0.06 Mbps
Upload 0.78 Mbps
I have no malware or viruses, I’m 2.5m away from my router with no obstructions, my wife sits next to me and has no issues wirelessly.
I would phone BT but speaking to their helpdesk makes me want to commit suicide.
The only thing I can think is it is something to do with the dual band because a week ago I’d been using a homehub 3 with absolutely no issues whatsoever.
Does anyone have any idea what I could do to solve this problem because it is painfully slow? Cheers.
BT Homehub 4 Download Speed Issue
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With the digital age comes the convenience of the download. I moved house a wee while ago and most of my DVDs are still in boxes as I have pretty much just downloaded about half of what I own since its handy for watching things on the iPad or via a usb hard drive connected straight into the TV. Was in the garage tonight clearing stuff out and thought I should put them away properly. It made me think, should I just donate them all to charity? But then some movies you wouldnt just give away and always nice to have the original DVD due to its superior quality compared to the download (particularly Top Gun and the opening scenes of SPR). Like my video collection, when DVDs came out, they too faded away into the background to the point that charity shops wouldnt even accept them. Blu-rays I have never even been fussed about although the quality is pretty outstanding.
Windows 8 Oscar apparently dropping support for DVD playback… So Microsoft obviously think so…
Relatedly (?) what’s the best, i.e. highest-quality, way of ripping my DVDs to disk? Software, settings, etc. If we decide that disk space occupied is not a factor.
Yeah I started doing that with some of my films (fav ones anyway) but sometime it can take a hell of a lot of time. I think my DVD rip software is pretty ancient too. Whats the latest thing out there? I used DVD ISO before.
Some films just cant be downloaded due to its lack of popularity, so no other choice but to rip DVDs.