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Robot Chicken has had sketches involving actors reprising their roles, like Dave Foley for their A Bug's (Short) Life sketch and a few actors for their The Wild Thornberrys: Wild as F*** sketch. This can also involve them swearing in-character as their otherwise kid-friendly characters, as it does in these two cases. But unfortunately, the easily accessible online versions are bleeped, depriving us of the joy of hearing Flik from A Bug's Life saying fuck.
If these sketches, the Bug's Life one appearing in "Choked on a Bottle Cap" of Season 6 and the Thornberrys one appearing in "Zeb and Kevin Erotic Hot Tub Canvas" of Season 8 exist uncensored on home media (which might have been the case for Season 6 on Blu-ray?), I'd like it if someone could rip them through the DVD/Blu-ray and iTunes respectively.
C'mon, don't we all want to hear Flik from A Bug's Life say fuck?
This is a dumb question but what are the big chances of getting caught by uploading torrents to nyaa or on a cloud storage that you can share?
I'm afraid of knowing in the back of my mind that one day I might get caught in big trouble from my provider for doing all this torrenting/downloading, especially anime in particular...
I'm not sure if the US is a country that can detect piracy or torrenting easily or you can suffer major consequences if you do get caught.
Hello Kametsu Users!
I found today an New software Radarr, https://github.com/Radarr/Radarr.
Apperently you can use this for Downloading Torrents, Usenet and more fun stuff.
But the problem is I can't get the Radarr -> Settings -> Download Clients to work.
I also tryed to add the Content into "C:\ProgramData\Radarr\bin" and added RuTorrent.
When I try to make connection I get an Connection Error and it said can't connect to external server.
Does somebody know how to fix this, are there any users here who using this Software on Microsoft Windows.
Many Thanks: DJHulp!
P.S. There was no Information into the video:
I have two questions.
1. I'm relatively new to anime. I've just started getting into it in the last year or so. I hear a lot about fansubs. Are there "official" subs for anime series or are all the subs out there just a version of a fan sub? What I mean by "official" is if I'm watching a foreign movie (I live in the U.S.) the subtitles that go along with that movie is what I would consider "official". Is it the same with anime? If it is how can I tell the difference between "official" subs and fan subs? I ask because I tend to like consistency in the subs regardless of which anime series I'm watching (at least when I'm watching something for the first time).
2. Because I live in the U.S. anime is not as readily available as it is in other countries. I have Netflix and it has some anime but most of what I've watched is anime that I've downloaded. I mainly have used nyaa.se and bakabt but are there any other good sites that I should check out for watching online or for torrents? I have downloaded some stuff from the Coalgirls site as well.