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    what trackers allow it?

    wtf lol
    Last edited by upGrayde; 07-15-2007 at 11:53 AM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost
    Alright.

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    why would u hit and run? anyway if you wanna do that then go on a public tracker....
    Rent this space

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    if you are against hnr you are an idiot

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    OiNK and BitMeTV right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mforcex View Post
    if you are against hnr you are an idiot
    If you are against good speeds, you are the biggest idiot...


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    Quote Originally Posted by BamZow View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by mforcex View Post
    if you are against hnr you are an idiot
    If you are against good speeds, you are the biggest idiot...
    sct doesnt enforce hnr so a fuckton of people hnr so i guess sct has slow speeds

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    Quote Originally Posted by mforcex View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by BamZow View Post

    If you are against good speeds, you are the biggest idiot...
    sct doesnt enforce hnr so a fuckton of people hnr so i guess sct has slow speeds
    Also, I guess ScT is the only tracker people use...
    I rest my case


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    Quote Originally Posted by BamZow View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by mforcex View Post
    sct doesnt enforce hnr so a fuckton of people hnr so i guess sct has slow speeds
    Also, I guess ScT is the only tracker people use...
    I rest my case
    tl doesnt enforce hnr and has good speeds, but you are right, sct is one of the only trackers people use.
    st is doesnt enforce hnr, hdbits and td dont have hnr

    so whats the take home message here = a lot of people were force fed bullshit on why hnr is an evil thing.
    Last edited by mforcex; 07-15-2007 at 01:03 PM.

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    I believe it depends on the situation and on the tracker. In some situations, HnR is certainly harmful to the tracker or users who're trying to jump on the torrent at a later time. Of course, as long as people are actively working on their ratio other people can practice HnR without harming anyone.

    While I don't see each and every purpose of HnR scripts, some of them make sense and should be enforced. I do believe though that choosing a tracker (or trading for some large buffer) just so you can leech to its extreme for a terabyte or two is not the way to go.

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    Daniel posted why HNR can be harmful. I will post why it is beneficial:
    -People with high ratios can quit the torrent and let people with low ratios seed
    -Extensive HNR rules deter leeching (See: FTN, 72 hrs seed time, no leechers)

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