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Bob Dylan — World Gone Wrong
Album: World Gone Wrong
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Released: 1993
Length: 3:54
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This song is soooo good for the ears...

A pungent aroma, like a lemon melon fart—

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I’ve presented a few recommendations when it comes to installing software to keep your machine running as clean and as fast as possible. Those are:
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On 1 February 2012, the Supreme Court of Sweden refused to hear an appeal in the case, prompting the site to change its official domain name to thepiratebay.se from thepiratebay.org. The move to a .se domain was claimed to prevent susceptibility to US laws from taking control of the site. .se is the Internet country code top-level domain (ccTLD) for Sweden (Sverige).
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After The Pirate Bay introduced a feature in March 2009 to easily share links to torrents on the popular social networking site Facebook, Wired found in May that Facebook had started blocking the links. On further inspection, they discovered that all messages containing links to The Pirate Bay in both public and in private messages, regardless of content, were being blocked. Electronic Frontier Foundation lawyers commented that Facebook might be working against the US Electronic Communications Privacy Act by intercepting user messages, but Facebook chief privacy officer Chris Kelly said that they have the right to use blocks on links where there is a "demonstrated disregard for intellectual property rights", following users' agreement on their terms of service. Links to other similar sites have not been blocked.
In March 2012 Microsoft blocked Windows Live Messenger messages if they contain links to The Pirate Bay. When a user sends an instant message that contains a link to The Pirate Bay, Windows live Messenger prompts a warning and claims "Blocked as it was reported unsafe." "We block instant messages if they contain malicious or spam URLs based on intelligence algorithms, third-party sources, and/or user complaints. Pirate Bay URLs were flagged by one or more of these and were consequently blocked", Redmond told The Register in an emailed statement.I have not checked out the five sites here, and I don't know if this article is dated and any of them have been shut down... but I am posting the link to the article for any further research that might be needed—

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KickAss Torrents — An open tracker with lots of torrents. Another site that has received high ratings by our readers.
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1337x — Active and open tracker with a clean web interface.
Extra Torrent — A lesser known torrent site that flies under the radar and has been online for a while now. Known for it’s torrent comments.

Everybody in my church loves this song...