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    WHO KNOWS BEST PLACE IN BALI FOR QUALITY DVD'S, I UNDERSTAND THE ONES IN PLASTIC SLEEVE (NOT BOX) ARE BETTER QUALITY?
    ANY ONE WHO CAN DIRECT ME TO GOOD ONES IS A LEGEND

  • #2
    Good luck man usually 30% of what u get turns out to be crap but considering the price its worth it. Barter..barter...barter :twisted:

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    • #3
      "Bali" and "quality" in the same sentence?? BWAHAHAHA!!!
      ...having dinner with KARMA tonight...

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      • #4
        nah a mate scored some last year and they were tip top. tears of the sun, finding nemo, bad boys 2 last august (way before cimema)
        porn is always good picure quality

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        • #5
          there is a place on Poppies lane 2 (up some stairs) opposite the Barong Hotel... my friend bought back approx 180 and only 3 were crap. About $1.70 aust each too, so if they do turn out to be drink coasters, who cares?
          Loud Pipes Save Lives

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          • #6
            CHEERS A LOT COLSCATS

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            • #7
              Hmmmm, it might be the same place that colscats recommended but one of my relies just got back from bali and highly recomended a place just up the road from the bounty.
              Ill find out the name and post it up later...

              Basically u can go into the store with a list and they will get all the dvd's for ya , or you can view their lists and they will get em for ya. They also have DVD players in the store so you can test em before you buy them I think most DVD's were from $1.50 - $2 and PS2 games were $2.50.

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              • #8
                Let us know how you go with the DVDs in Bali Daz, I'm heading over there towards the end of June.

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                • #9
                  On Today Tonight. Motorcycle gangs involved in the pirate DVD trade. Costing the industry millions in lost revenue...............
                  You put the c*nt in country run

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                  • #10
                    On Today Tonight.  Motorcycle gangs involved in the pirate DVD trade.  Costing the industry millions in lost revenue...............
                    haha you forgot to mention they were masked

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                    • #11
                      On Today Tonight.  Motorcycle gangs involved in the pirate DVD trade.  Costing the industry millions in lost revenue...............
                      Next they'll find a correlation between abandoned single mothers and bike registrations.

                      "Rebel hoons run rampant impregnating perth women."


                      As for DVD's a few mates have come back with bundles and never had more than a say 1 in 10 be no good, or mentioned any place being better than another.

                      Some have dvd's players there that you can test them on first.
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                      • #12
                        Hmmmm, it might be the same place that colscats recommended but one of my relies just got back from bali and highly recomended a place just up the road from the bounty.
                        Ill find out the name and post it up later...
                        thats the place.....
                        Loud Pipes Save Lives

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                        • #13
                          On Today Tonight.  Motorcycle gangs involved in the pirate DVD trade.  Costing the industry millions in lost revenue...............
                          Next they'll find a correlation between abandoned single mothers and bike registrations.

                          "Rebel hoons run rampant impregnating perth women."
                          HA HA MUST HEVE BEEN TO SOME OF OUR PARTYS :twisted:

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                          • #14
                            Ummmm just some advice. The DVD you going to get from BALI are obviously not legal and isnt there some customs fine if you are caught bringing them over? Last time i went to an asian country I bought over 50 dvd/cd/software titles and I was scared. I bought a cheap cd wallet and placed them in there and put the labels in another bag. When they opened the cd wallet I said I bought them here.

                            Thats my tip but anyway im sure there is some fine for being in large amounts of priated discs.

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                            • #15
                              how do you know they're pirate discs?

                              I thought that they were completely legitimate and that's what I'd say if questioned.

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