Buying dvdrip/divx online?

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Feb 15, 2007

Buying dvdrip/divx online? by butaro at 7:42 AM (641 Views / 0 Likes) 1 replies

  1. butaro
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    I know this is kind of weird but here i go, maybe someone has had experience with this...
    I am looking to get a whole series (a couple seasons) of a older show, instead of using my bandwidth to download the large torrents that would probably take maybe a month or so to complete (probably more!!) im looking for somewhere that i can find where someone already may have downloaded this and burned it to multiple DVD's of course i am looking to pay(or well provide the dvds plus a burning charge or something)
    Sure this may sound shady but i dont have a PVR so it is hard for me to catch all the re-runs and i keep missing episodes.
    Any ideas?

    by the way, the show is Star Trek: TNG (the next generation)
    There is a 30g torrent for it but i dont really want to spend the time for that.
     
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