Law & Order: Criminal Intent, Season 6, Episode 10.
apostle at peculiarplace.com
Tue Feb 6 06:43:52 UTC 2007
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On Monday, February 5, 2007 at 9:55:37 AM
in Message <20070205165537.381ec500 at electricsheep>, Andrea wrote:
> On Wed, 13 Dec 2006 04:09:18 -0500 (EST)
> Quentin Smith <quentins at comclub.org> wrote:
>> On Sun, 10 Dec 2006, KT wrote:
>> > Det. Wheeler : Let's start by tracing the server they used to
>> > upload the videos
>> > Ira: I tried that but
It was routed through special proxies,
>> > er
>> > Capt. Ross: In English Ira.
>> > Ira: It's a way of posting anonymously online.
>> > Capt. Ross: Why would a teenage vlogger hide her server?
>> If anyone wants to hear what it actually sounded like, I've uploaded
>> the clip. Unfortunately, it's a rather odd file... XviD inside a
>> QuickTime wrapper. mplayer and VLC both play it correctly:
> thanks for the file, very funny but:
> did this happen only in my version - both streamed and downloaded - or
> in the beginning there really is a voice saying - very jumpy and with
> corrupted video - "in cyberspace everyone can hear your scream" ?
Just out of curiosity, is there an .AVI, .WMV or MPeg 3 version of this
floating around anywhere?
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