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    Default Unnecessary censorship

    Beep.

    Top gear next - maybe.

    Beep.


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    I've seen this done with the most innocuous shows from TV. Never fails to make me laugh.

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    Bleepin freaky dolls. Like the flash frames aswell. Are Richard and Judy still on tv? Wow, I thought someone had put them out to pasture years ago.

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    Hee - yea a cheap geg but a hoot to make - also adding laugh tracks is aonther good one.

    I spent hours on the prelinger archice looking for that clip at the start.
    Last edited by Mark W; 04-21-2009 at 10:47 PM.

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    Mark whats the prelinger archice ?
    I know nothing about youtube, even less about video
    http://www.youtube.com/user/leokimvideo

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    Google it and find stock heaven.

    Slect 'prelinger archive' from the drop down menu in the search - it is truly wondefull. Nearly all rights free.
    I foten see stuff in films and docs from preliger.

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    Mark, this is wonderful and I can't believe I have never heard of it before.

    Just on the term 'google it', and please don't take this as a snipe, do you remember a time when you would contact a learned friend for information.

    These days are over and I have to wonder if it's for the better or worse.

    Right now I am back at school catching up on my IT skills, I am surrounded by people half my age, 16 to 20 year olds who depend almost entirely on google for a reply to a question.
    I do find this quite alarming, I ask them the longest time they have spent away from a online environment and it never amounts to over two days. The bulk of their direct knowledge is locked up on google.

    I dare say we are better off with heads directly wired to google, imagine never having to ever ask a question to a human again.

    Mark I could have so easily just googled it, but sometimes it's nice to have that personal touch from another person.

    Again, here is another topic for a video.
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    http://www.youtube.com/user/leokimvideo

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    Ineed - the net and google has made us all experts and fools.

    Now if I can get the drm off the epsiode of top gear from iplayer I will do top gear with beeps.

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    I believe finding this archive here via your comment is exactly why I stuck around here, this site certainly has the goods on video.
    I know nothing about youtube, even less about video
    http://www.youtube.com/user/leokimvideo

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    Quote Originally Posted by rollingstock View Post
    I believe finding this archive here via your comment is exactly why I stuck around here, this site certainly has the goods on video.
    And that's why we still need circles of friends and acquaintances to ask - even if they're online friends and acquaintances. Because you and Mark are known to each other (a) he took your request seriously - as opposed to anticipating a spammed "solution" within a day or two and (b) you took his suggestion seriously.

    Mind you, I can't believe you hadn't come across the Prelinger Archives - they've been mentioned here quite frequently.
    Tim

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