A request for the technically adept

Watched a couple more episodes of Rome tonight. I only have two left. It is really great. I'd love to get more episodes if they are somehow available digitally.

So if anyone out there is technically adept enough to do this, I would love, love, love to get subsequent episodes of any of the following TV shows sent to me on a DVD disc.

Here are the shows that I'd like to get more of:
    *House (Fox) — seen Season 1 (all) and Season 2, Episodes 1-12
    *Monk (USA) — last one I saw was Mr. Monk goes to a Rock Concert
    Rome (HBO) — seen Season 1, Episodes 1-12
    Commander in Chief — seen Season 1, will it ever continue?
    Queer Eye for the Straight Guy — last saw Eric & Khadija
    MI-5 — seen Season 1 and I think Season 2 — I stopped seeing it the season Tom disappeared/left (I saw one or two episodes but would need to watch them again to pick up the storyline)

House and Monk are my favorites. I bought a bunch of Monk, Queer Eye and Commander in Chief episodes off of iTunes after I was no longer living anywher with a TiVo, but I can't even download short podcasts at my current Internet capacity, so a TV show won't ever work. The other shows I got through the wonders of torrents. If you know what that is, I need say no more.

You can mail them to me:
    c/o PRTC Fonta
    P. O. Box 72
    Bamenda, North West
    Cameroon

I think the mail is dreadfully slow, but I'm gonna be here for two years, so whenever I get anything, I'll deeply appreciate it!

BTW, I've also noticed that there is a lot of great new music coming out in September, October & November. If you acquire any of the stuff on my Audio list (look at the right column, under the photos) adn wanna share it with me, I'd appreciate that as well! The nights get pretty lonely around here.

Okay, off for a bike ride. I've done enough entries today.

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About Seth Longacre

primal health coach, vision fast guide, itinerant discalced Episcopal Deacon, barefoot runner, photographer, spiritual director, yoga teacher, minimalist, pilgrim
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