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    avg antivirus

    actually three hours
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    avg antivirus

    i hate that ul.to and i just dont know why people upload on it lol u can download for free that is true but look at the damn speed, and if u want to download other file ? u have to wait one hour...
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    Hello and Welcome to CyberPhoenix
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    Hello and Welcome to CyberPhoenix
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    Need Seedbox account

    well it not very easy to find a better free one :/
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    Hacker Inside Is Here !

    Hello and welcome to CyberPhoenix I also like cracking and im good also
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    Hachiko, the Faithful Dog ....

    this is a very good movie i cried when hachi waited hopelessly in front of train station
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    Hello CyberPhoenix,

    Hello and welcome to CyberPhoenix
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    Dragonballz Z Battle of Gods

    "if trying to find it on online, there's is no Link online for DBZ: Battle of gods. Cos' in Japan is very hard to sneak in a camera into theaters (Rumors) but there's are some that are record from the camera phone it looks crappy. Most of them are record and only show the side of the screen, the ones on youtube are the same as the ones online. But the good news is the Battle of gods is coming out on Blu-ray and DVD in Japan on September, so you have to wait until someone from japan uploads in torrents." source:yahoo answers
  10. hey guys need this full album if anyone can upload thanks
  11. BRUSSELS, Belgium — A trade war with its second-largest export market is just about the last thing the European Union needs. Yet China and the EU are heading towards what could be a bruising tit-for-tat battle after Brussels announced this week it was slapping anti-dumping tariffs on $27 billion worth of Chinese solar panels, triggering a retaliatory threat from Beijing against European wine imports. Fears of an escalation grew Friday with unconfirmed reports China is considering erecting barriers against luxury auto imports — with Mercedes, BMW and Ferrari among the likely targets. "China does not want a trade war, but trade protectionism cannot but bring about a counter-attack," China’s official People's Daily newspaper warned Thursday. "A large number of European enterprises are set to suffer as a result." With domestic demand crimped by austerity, Europe is increasingly dependent on exports to limit the impact of the recession and provide hope of recovery. Foreign trade has been one of the rare bright spots in Europe's economic landscape. In March, the euro zone recorded a $30 billion trade surplus with the rest of the world, more than three times the level in 2012. While part of that can be put down to falling imports as recession-hit Europeans are buying less, the EU still estimates rising exports cut the depth of the recession by a factor of four last year. China's contribution to those figures is immense and fast-growing. EU exports to China have doubled in the past five years, reaching €190 billion ($250 billion) in 2012. Only the United States buys more European goods. Two-way EU-China trade tops $1.3 billion every day, and it's set to keep growing. "China’s importance as a strategic market can only increase," said the EU's trade office on its website. It points out that every year 20 million Chinese households pass the $13,500 income threshold, the trigger for middle class consumer spending. "This translates into extraordinary growth opportunities for European businesses." So why jeopardize all that over solar panels? The EU says it's a question of principle. "Our response is balanced, legal and justified within international trade rules and designed to prevent the situation turning fatal" to 25,000 jobs in Europe's solar panel industry, EU Trade Commissioner Karel De Gucht told reporters. "This is not protectionism. Rather it is about ensuring international trade rules also apply to Chinese companies — just like they apply to us." De Gucht pointed out that the United States last year slapped its own punitive tariffs on Chinese solar panel products after it also found they were being dumped at below production cost. Not everybody in Europe was happy about the decision, however. Germany — the EU's biggest exporter — had lobbied hard for De Gucht to back down, fearing a wider impact on trade relations with China.
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    FLV Player Issue

    use gom player its best http://download.cnet.com/GOM-Media-Player/3000-13632_4-10551786.html
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    please help with this!

    yep he is
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    Review sections

    i think its best first to see if we have people that will write them something like editor usergroup
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    Review sections

    Maybe we could add review sections like game and movie reviews to the community section i think its not a bad idea
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    Review sections

    Lets wait and see if admin is willing
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    Review sections

    Yea good idea mr G