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so i got the first season of lost on netflix and i think im getting addicted to the show. i can't seem to figure out why tho, but the show is slowly growing on me and last night i had a dream i was stranded on an island.

i waiting for the last 2 discs of season 1 then i'll start sea 2.
 

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I missed the whole first year and then shortly before season 2 the man and I bought the DVD's and had a "lost" weekend. Total timesucker, but of course it just draws you in!
 

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lost is one big clifhanger, you are def right i couldn't do w/ the waiting a week inbetween each episode. we watch 4 episodes a night and were done w/ the season is like a week. im still trying to figure out how the dog survived the crash, why there is a hatch burried in the woods, and what the hell is making all that noise; they never show what it is... yet
 

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I'm having my mom tape the third season so I don't get distracted from schoolwork trying to catch new episodes. I'll probably watch it all at once this summer.

It's so addictive, isn't it?
 

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I was using my company-paid, company-IP-space DS1.

Even if using non-employer connectivity, using bt or what-not to grab files over a link that's traceable to you is increasingly a risk.
 

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Isn't that ridiculous? I used to use a p2p for tv shows that I missed before I started watching 'em on abc or nbc.com. I always thought how STUPID it'd be if I went to jail for DLing tv shows when I could just as easily recorded it on a dvd/vhs, watched it on the internet on the website's page, TIVO/DVRed it, etc.
 

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They seem to get more mileage out of the fact that p2p systems entail distributing the copyrighted content to others than the fact that one's downloaded it for personal use.

Mind you this was before shows were ever legitimately available on the web, though the show in question did IIRC end up being offered for free, albeit in low quality P&S, three years later.
 
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