I have a 20MB file in my Public Folder (iDisK) called Beowulf 23MB<br>My Public Folder Member Name is ctopper<br><br>I am also putting a 96MB Beowulf file in there just in case you can't read the 23MB file's codec.<br>The 96MB file has an H.264 codec.<br>It is taking forever to download into iDisk unfortunately.<br>If it is taking that long, I wonder how long a 700MB file will take to download.<br><br>I can also put the whole Beowulf movie worth 700MB in my Public Folder if you would like?<br><br>If you like Angelina Joli, "Original Sin" is much better than Beowulf.<br>But I'll bet you know that.<br><br><br><br>
Got it, thanks. Hmm, well someone posted that in the movie nips were very present and it was a cold room.<br>They must have experience with some pretty tiny nips. I wasn't expecting Kathleen Turner nips (those are a ten) but I'll we have here is a golden sheen.<br><br>I guess we still aren't ready for CGI nipples. Fritz the Cat comics had serious nipples. Why can't we have more of those? Maybe the Director's cut will have serious Fritz the Cat type nipples.<br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br>
There was one part of the movie where it looked like a girl was turning into guy. I serious doubt that is what you are looking for.<br><br>Do you want me to upload the complete 700MB movie?<br><br><br>
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