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Orochi

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any 1 know a good channel on Mirc to get import (jap) psx games?

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Shibathedog

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on mIRC? ewww, i hate getting files on that thing, it reminds me of DOS :D

oh wait, i love DOS!!

no i dont because i havent used it in forever, just use Overnet/bittorent/DC++ (in order of prefrence)

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...I've said it once, and I'll say it again...

the only good reason to get stuff from IRC is because there's a lot of non-gui based servers

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Shibathedog

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umm......weee?

Why would it matter if there was a GUI or not? Because you have more controll? Im too lazy to type all those commands for a 2MB file sometimes....

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www.ircspy.com
www.packetnews.com
www.isohunt.com

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Orochi

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thanx BigWorm! :lol:

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It's not like the command lines are hard.

I cut my teeth on IRC.




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