Tuesday, October 26, 2010

WWW.FLAMPRO.COM aka THEGUDWORD Timbos and Champions



vicked from RalphLarenUk...


Fall is supposed to be here, but instead i still can get away with a polo with these 70 degree days. Midweek and its all downhill from here. Im still searching for the pot of the gold at that the end of that rainbow not the "curios" type of rainbow. I am talking about the one that the leprechaun is protecting. As Halloween approaches and the ghouls and goblins come out to play. It always reminds me of the day "it went too far" and my boys said i went richeous but i remember that was the day i came close to the blade being held by an angry store owner, mad that we had just rushed his store. Yeah thats were the wilding ended and was taken to a less aggressive and more progressive level. Its not natural for me to Blog because most of what we feel and think we keep inside. But sometimes i need to put my voice in the universe without any sort of response needed. Anyway lets move and groove with more internet fooletry.....


The NBA starts tonight lets see if the DREAM TEAM (South Beach) lives up to the hype , here is a little special issue of ESPN the magazine X Marvel....

I read this issue today and they create a cover for every team, some very nostalgic covers are reproduced. Very nice!!!


Got this from computer world you better watch what your downloading!!!

Computerworld - In a major victory for the music industry, a New York federal judge has ordered embattled P2P software maker LimeWire to immediately and permanently stop distributing and supporting its file-sharing software.

In a 17-page injunction (PDF document) issued on Tuesday, Judge Kimba Wood of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York ordered LimeWire to cease the searching, downloading, uploading, file trading and file distribution functionality of LimeWire's P2P file-sharing software.

The injunction instructed LimeWire to immediately communicate the court's decision to all users of the software and to all of the company's employees, principals and other stakeholders. It gave the company 14 days to report back to the court on the steps LimeWire has taken to comply with the order.

A spokeswoman for the company today stressed that the court's order does not mean that LimeWire is shutting down and said that it only prevents LimeWire from distributing or supporting its P2P software.

It does not prohibit the company from going ahead with its previously announced plans to launch a subscription based music service and neither does it prohibit the company from operating its online store, the LimeWire spokeswoman said.

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