Internet and World Of Warcraft.
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1) DEXTER - i got hooked nung nag-marathon ng Season 1 sa Fox Crime.
2) SPAGETTI - i can have it for breakfast, merienda, lunch, merienda, dinner hanggang kinabukasan.
3) aamin na ko.. yung BLIND ITEM/s Thread ng PEX sa Local Movies section! hahaha!
4) browsing RottenTomatoes.com, TheSuperficial.com, Chikatime.Com and PerezHilton.Com
5) reading humor blogs
6) downloading movie torrents!!
I also love spaghetti, basta ako ang nagluto!
I'm also getting to be a spa junkie... sigh.
The problem comes from looking at exactly what kinds of files are being downloaded.
Downloading copyrighted files without permission is illegal. And it doesn't matter what technology you happen to use to do it: bitTorrent, FTP, web downloads, email or getting a CD in the mail. If the material is copyrighted and you didn't pay for or otherwise get the legal right or license to receive those files, those are all copyright violations.
I'm so addicted to the Internet - chatting with friends, reading sports articles, posting in forums, downloading torrents, finding info on wikipedia and more. I can spend my entire weekend in from of my computer doing these.
i said it was a gray area because if it weren't, don't you think these same recording firms would have chased the likes of kazaa/limewire/torrent sites by now? my supposition is that in the u.s., the copyright laws either do not have the teeth yet to specifically pin down p2p sites, or there are simply too many of them now to make it a viable fight.
the trend these days is paid downloads using the same cyberspace infrasturcture. might be their way of saying, 'if you can't beat 'em, might as well earn from the same data superhighway.'
watching spongebob, avatar, and as told by ginger
yosi at kape
The joys of buying and sellling.. hehe!
ebay.ph, ndi pa verified paypal ko eh..
adik na ata ako sa Cobra energy drink.. Cant work without it.. hehe!
internet, blogging, k-dramas, fictionbooks and i am also addicted to him.
needs to be snipped.
internet is not a luxury to me, but I need to cut off my time wasted infront of the computer.
shopping is a part of being infront of the pc.
being on the phone is noticeably increasing as well. I need to be more active than sitting and yapping.
Balancing my checkbook every single day and reviewing my credit card transactions online. I've recently been a victim of identity theft and I have to be very careful.
I love watching "A Haunting" and "According to Jim" on t.v.
syempre Internet surfing ( DL'ing music, etc)
- Crime and investigation channel. after watching entire seasons of csi miami,ny,las vegas and bones nothing gets into me but the real deal.
- playing Zuma (practices finger dexterity with it hehehe)