What Would Jesus Buy?
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What Would Jesus Buy? follows Reverend Billy and the Church of Stop Shopping Gospel Choir as they go on a cross-country mission to save Christmas from the Shopocalypse: the end of mankind from consumerism, over-consumption and the fires of eternal debt!
From producer Morgan Spurlock (SUPER SIZE ME) and director Rob VanAlkemade comes a serious docu-comedy about the commercialization of Christmas. ;;Bill Talen (aka Reverend Billy) was a lost idealist who hitchhiked to New York City only to find that Times Square was becoming a mall. Spurred on by the loss of his neighborhood and inspired by the sidewalk preachers around him, Bill bought a collar to match his white caterer's jacket, bleached his hair and became the Reverend Billy of the Church of Stop Shopping. Since 1999, Reverend Billy has gone from being a lone preacher with a portable pulpit preaching on subways, to the leader of a congregation and a movement whose numbers are well into the thousands.
Through retail interventions, corporate exorcisms, and some good old-fashioned preaching, Reverend Billy reminds us that we have lost the true meaning of Christmas. What Would Jesus Buy? is a ;;journey into the heart of America – from exorcising the demons at the Wal-Mart headquarters to taking over the center stage at the Mall of America and then ultimately heading to the Promised Land … Disneyland.
Will we be led like Sheeple to the Christmas slaughter, or will we find a new way to give a gift this Christmas? ;; What Would Jesus Buy? may just be the divine intervention we’ve all been searching for.
The Shopocalypse is upon us … Who will be $aved?
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I met Reverend Billy once! He is a funny mother fucker, and I couldn't get him to break character!
Apr 18 2008, 20:14 UTC
This is some sort of private tracker. The download occurs in RAR files.
Azureus reports a private tracker and 'access denied appears in the download status.
Someone please repost as a public torrent.
Apr 18 2008, 20:20 UTC
It is running just fine for me... Although, I am running microtorrent.
What is a private tracker?
Apr 18 2008, 23:22 UTC
I get nothing though I've had RAR file sets before.
Private trackers require passwords and other hoops such as special viewers to get their content. I don't hold the makers of the content responsible. The makers of the torrent is another matter.
I do not know what microterrent is. I know what uTorrent is though.
Azureus registers this as a private tracker.
If you have prob's with RAR files let me know.
Apr 18 2008, 23:28 UTC
People put stuff in .rar files because they think it saves space, but with compressed video files it's entirely pointless. I just hope there's no password on the archive (let me know if there is).
As for the private tracker: the primary tracker is thepiratebay, which is not private. So you should be able to download the file just fine (just tell your client to announce on thepiratebay, or remove the other tracker entirly)
Apr 19 2008, 01:02 UTC
Ok, in any case my library is trying o get it for me.
Apr 19 2008, 04:46 UTC
The u in utorrent is the scientific symbol for micro
mircrotorrent is the name of "utorrent"
Apr 20 2008, 04:17 UTC
P.S. People don't divide files into many rar files to save space. They do it because it makes it virtually impossible detect what is being transfered. It is an added precaution for the downloader, and uploader.
Apr 20 2008, 04:20 UTC
What's on your avatar-- Abbie Hoffman?
Yes, I can deal with RAR files. The older version of the program WINRaR is free. But I had to go to Slyck.com to ask how to do it.
Apr 20 2008, 05:12 UTC
It's real no passwords
Apr 20 2008, 19:05 UTC
hackthegrind, that is a load of rubbish. To quell any myths and inform, RAR files are used so that, if upon completion one is found to be corrupt, one only has to replace the corrupt portion, therefore saving bandwith.Duh
May 04 2008, 15:27 UTC
How's that supposed to help with file corruption? The bittorrent protocol chops up your files into chunks of a few KBs anyway, so you never have to re-download the whole file when you get some corrupt data. Just perform a hash-check and your client will re-download any corrupt chunks.
And as for concealing what's inside the RAR file -- why then do most RAR files carry the title of the file in its content?
I still think that people either want to save space, or be able to set passwords.
May 04 2008, 16:35 UTC
How is a hash check done in Azureus?
May 04 2008, 17:58 UTC
The reason people RAR and spilt up large files is so that they can be posted to Newsgroups which have file size restrictions.
Notice the files are 14 mb each.
This collection can be posted to the Newsgroups and circulated worldwide far quicker and is the preferred method of scene folk who produce the most torrents.
Have a Nice Day
May 11 2008, 12:53 UTC
Please! I need in subtitels, but I can't find it.
Heelp me please)))
Mar 24 2009, 21:05 UTC
A soft subtitle file may be available separately.
Recently I tried to make a new compact torrent, but 700 mb is as small as it will go and still stay in sync so the ones out there are good.
I'll see if I can tract down the sub file...
Ok go to Open subtitles and put in your info. Then if you need help setting up the subs make a new message.
Mar 24 2009, 21:19 UTC
I need English. I will translate it to Russian)
Mar 25 2009, 10:52 UTC
It may already be available at Open Subtitles.
If not you can make your own. I do not know the process of getting the subs times to the film. But a subtitle file is just a text file. But it has a special file extension called .srt.
The softsub can only be used on computer playback in a media player so far as I know. Subtitles that are part of a regular dvd are called hard subs.
The fan-based subtitles started in the anime world. Now there are subtitle files like you want to do for many different languages.
The subtitle file must match the torrent of the film you have exactly.
my_movie.srt should play together.
If the file is called Mymovie.srt it won't play with the original content.
I suggest you go to open subtitles above and get a sample subtitle file int he language you want just to see what it looks like. The run the content (your movie) with the subtitle file to see how it works.
I will see if open subs has the Russian softsub for What Would Jesus Buy.
Note, since the subtitle file is just a text file in Notepad it can be read like a .txt file. But the
.txt file will not play with your content.
Mar 25 2009, 15:16 UTC
Look at these tools:
Free-codecs is a trusted source for me. However you should use the normal precautions before opening any downloads.
There is probably an online forum to help with new makers of subtitle files.
Here is one:
Afterdawn is a trusted source and has been up for a long time.
Mar 25 2009, 15:36 UTC