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  1. Dyzzles liked a post in a topic by Redjakk in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Server Relaunch!   
    About Me:
     
    I go by the name Redjakk and I am a community moderator on these forums. I will now also be acting as the game officer for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. I hope to successfully run a fun and friendly environment for all of you to play in, and I hope to have a good time playing with those of you who are interested in the game.
     
    Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
     
    Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) is the most recent of four games in the franchise based solely on competitive multi-player. There are two sides, one being Counter-Terrorists and the other is of course Terrorists. This game is also a currency based game, this means that completing objectives and/or successfully killing a person on the other team to earn money. You then use this money to buy your equipment in the buy menu. More money, means better equipment. CS:GO's competitive play is objective based, the two modes available are demolition and hostage rescue. The most popular game mode on the competitive level is demolition. There are also two other modes of play, one being team death-match and the other arms race. Counter-Strike is a game with a long history, it first started out as a mod for the first Half-Life game. With it's increased popularity over the years it has managed to become the game it is today. CS:GO is kind of a throwback to the the original game mechanics that were most popular in competitive leagues. CS:GO feels like Counter-Strike 1.6, but looks like what you'd expect from a newer game. So despite the years that have passed Counter-Strike is still very popular, and CS:GO is trying to maintain that reputation, and feels successful with the resurrection of a strong competitive league.
     
    What's Good:
     
    This is a tactical game to a point, it's not as in-depth as some like ARMA or Insurgency. However you will need to prepare each round deciding on what actions to take. How will you defend? How will you attack? How much should you spend when buying your equipment? These are all things you'll need to think about when playing the game. Also communication is key, so it's also a very cooperative game as well.
     
    Not that into competitive mode? Well they also have a casual mode for those who do not wish to deal with the stresses involved with playing competitively. There's also two other modes that are for fun, called team death-match and arms race. In team death-match it's a team versus team type of play where you just kill each other. The winners of this mode are the ones who performed the best out of both teams. Arms race is a game mode where you race through the different guns in the game by getting kills with a particular gun. With each kill you will proceed to the next gun until you are left with nothing but your knife. Be the first one to kill someone with your knife and you win the game.
     
    This game isn't dying anytime soon, people will always be playing. There's also matchmaking for competitive mode, so if you don't have a team then you can find one by going into matchmaking.
     
    What's Bad:
     
    When playing in low-tick servers you will notice shots not registering on people which can be frustrating. This is even more infuriating when playing competitively using the matchmaking system. The reason for this is because Valve servers are used in matchmaking, and their servers run at 60 tick-rate, which is very bad.
     
    Hackers also queue in matchmaking, but this is inevitable in any game. You may also experience some pretty mean people in the game be it matchmaking or not, but this is also inevitable in any game. So consider this bit here as a reminder.
     
    You will sometimes experience one-hit kills. Not all people dislike this, but it is upsetting at times.
     
     
    Goals and Events:
     
    So what's going to be done with the server is that I'm going to have it set as its default style of play. What this means is that it will remain as a demolition and hostage rescue style of play. I may put death-match on it depending whether or not the server is getting any traffic, or just have it there for fun sometimes. I also plan on adding any maps that I find well balanced to the server, so you can expect custom maps. Of course you guys may suggest maps to me, and you can do that after I create a topic where you can post suggestions. I will check the maps out myself and determine whether or not they're well balanced and will be put on our server.
     
    As for events, I would like to plan in-house tournaments, there might possibly be rewards for the winners in the future, but not for certain though. That kind of thing really depends how active and how successful things are, so I will need your guy's help on this. Also there will be events where we just all gather and play together, I'll consider finding fun game modes to play, but for now I'll be keeping the game vanilla.
     
     
    Our Server:
     
    Our server is a 16 slot server that runs at 128 tick which is good, and I'm really happy that we could get that. You can find our server by adding it to your favorites at the following IP address.
    I hope to see you guys on, and I hope you enjoy playing on our server.
     
     
    Forum:
     
    You can find the CS:GO section of our forum by clicking on this link.


    This post has been promoted to an article
  2. Dyzzles liked a post in a topic by Redjakk in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Server Relaunch!   
    About Me:
     
    I go by the name Redjakk and I am a community moderator on these forums. I will now also be acting as the game officer for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. I hope to successfully run a fun and friendly environment for all of you to play in, and I hope to have a good time playing with those of you who are interested in the game.
     
    Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
     
    Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) is the most recent of four games in the franchise based solely on competitive multi-player. There are two sides, one being Counter-Terrorists and the other is of course Terrorists. This game is also a currency based game, this means that completing objectives and/or successfully killing a person on the other team to earn money. You then use this money to buy your equipment in the buy menu. More money, means better equipment. CS:GO's competitive play is objective based, the two modes available are demolition and hostage rescue. The most popular game mode on the competitive level is demolition. There are also two other modes of play, one being team death-match and the other arms race. Counter-Strike is a game with a long history, it first started out as a mod for the first Half-Life game. With it's increased popularity over the years it has managed to become the game it is today. CS:GO is kind of a throwback to the the original game mechanics that were most popular in competitive leagues. CS:GO feels like Counter-Strike 1.6, but looks like what you'd expect from a newer game. So despite the years that have passed Counter-Strike is still very popular, and CS:GO is trying to maintain that reputation, and feels successful with the resurrection of a strong competitive league.
     
    What's Good:
     
    This is a tactical game to a point, it's not as in-depth as some like ARMA or Insurgency. However you will need to prepare each round deciding on what actions to take. How will you defend? How will you attack? How much should you spend when buying your equipment? These are all things you'll need to think about when playing the game. Also communication is key, so it's also a very cooperative game as well.
     
    Not that into competitive mode? Well they also have a casual mode for those who do not wish to deal with the stresses involved with playing competitively. There's also two other modes that are for fun, called team death-match and arms race. In team death-match it's a team versus team type of play where you just kill each other. The winners of this mode are the ones who performed the best out of both teams. Arms race is a game mode where you race through the different guns in the game by getting kills with a particular gun. With each kill you will proceed to the next gun until you are left with nothing but your knife. Be the first one to kill someone with your knife and you win the game.
     
    This game isn't dying anytime soon, people will always be playing. There's also matchmaking for competitive mode, so if you don't have a team then you can find one by going into matchmaking.
     
    What's Bad:
     
    When playing in low-tick servers you will notice shots not registering on people which can be frustrating. This is even more infuriating when playing competitively using the matchmaking system. The reason for this is because Valve servers are used in matchmaking, and their servers run at 60 tick-rate, which is very bad.
     
    Hackers also queue in matchmaking, but this is inevitable in any game. You may also experience some pretty mean people in the game be it matchmaking or not, but this is also inevitable in any game. So consider this bit here as a reminder.
     
    You will sometimes experience one-hit kills. Not all people dislike this, but it is upsetting at times.
     
     
    Goals and Events:
     
    So what's going to be done with the server is that I'm going to have it set as its default style of play. What this means is that it will remain as a demolition and hostage rescue style of play. I may put death-match on it depending whether or not the server is getting any traffic, or just have it there for fun sometimes. I also plan on adding any maps that I find well balanced to the server, so you can expect custom maps. Of course you guys may suggest maps to me, and you can do that after I create a topic where you can post suggestions. I will check the maps out myself and determine whether or not they're well balanced and will be put on our server.
     
    As for events, I would like to plan in-house tournaments, there might possibly be rewards for the winners in the future, but not for certain though. That kind of thing really depends how active and how successful things are, so I will need your guy's help on this. Also there will be events where we just all gather and play together, I'll consider finding fun game modes to play, but for now I'll be keeping the game vanilla.
     
     
    Our Server:
     
    Our server is a 16 slot server that runs at 128 tick which is good, and I'm really happy that we could get that. You can find our server by adding it to your favorites at the following IP address.
    I hope to see you guys on, and I hope you enjoy playing on our server.
     
     
    Forum:
     
    You can find the CS:GO section of our forum by clicking on this link.


    This post has been promoted to an article
  3. Dyzzles liked a post in a topic by Redjakk in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Server Relaunch!   
    About Me:
     
    I go by the name Redjakk and I am a community moderator on these forums. I will now also be acting as the game officer for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. I hope to successfully run a fun and friendly environment for all of you to play in, and I hope to have a good time playing with those of you who are interested in the game.
     
    Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
     
    Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) is the most recent of four games in the franchise based solely on competitive multi-player. There are two sides, one being Counter-Terrorists and the other is of course Terrorists. This game is also a currency based game, this means that completing objectives and/or successfully killing a person on the other team to earn money. You then use this money to buy your equipment in the buy menu. More money, means better equipment. CS:GO's competitive play is objective based, the two modes available are demolition and hostage rescue. The most popular game mode on the competitive level is demolition. There are also two other modes of play, one being team death-match and the other arms race. Counter-Strike is a game with a long history, it first started out as a mod for the first Half-Life game. With it's increased popularity over the years it has managed to become the game it is today. CS:GO is kind of a throwback to the the original game mechanics that were most popular in competitive leagues. CS:GO feels like Counter-Strike 1.6, but looks like what you'd expect from a newer game. So despite the years that have passed Counter-Strike is still very popular, and CS:GO is trying to maintain that reputation, and feels successful with the resurrection of a strong competitive league.
     
    What's Good:
     
    This is a tactical game to a point, it's not as in-depth as some like ARMA or Insurgency. However you will need to prepare each round deciding on what actions to take. How will you defend? How will you attack? How much should you spend when buying your equipment? These are all things you'll need to think about when playing the game. Also communication is key, so it's also a very cooperative game as well.
     
    Not that into competitive mode? Well they also have a casual mode for those who do not wish to deal with the stresses involved with playing competitively. There's also two other modes that are for fun, called team death-match and arms race. In team death-match it's a team versus team type of play where you just kill each other. The winners of this mode are the ones who performed the best out of both teams. Arms race is a game mode where you race through the different guns in the game by getting kills with a particular gun. With each kill you will proceed to the next gun until you are left with nothing but your knife. Be the first one to kill someone with your knife and you win the game.
     
    This game isn't dying anytime soon, people will always be playing. There's also matchmaking for competitive mode, so if you don't have a team then you can find one by going into matchmaking.
     
    What's Bad:
     
    When playing in low-tick servers you will notice shots not registering on people which can be frustrating. This is even more infuriating when playing competitively using the matchmaking system. The reason for this is because Valve servers are used in matchmaking, and their servers run at 60 tick-rate, which is very bad.
     
    Hackers also queue in matchmaking, but this is inevitable in any game. You may also experience some pretty mean people in the game be it matchmaking or not, but this is also inevitable in any game. So consider this bit here as a reminder.
     
    You will sometimes experience one-hit kills. Not all people dislike this, but it is upsetting at times.
     
     
    Goals and Events:
     
    So what's going to be done with the server is that I'm going to have it set as its default style of play. What this means is that it will remain as a demolition and hostage rescue style of play. I may put death-match on it depending whether or not the server is getting any traffic, or just have it there for fun sometimes. I also plan on adding any maps that I find well balanced to the server, so you can expect custom maps. Of course you guys may suggest maps to me, and you can do that after I create a topic where you can post suggestions. I will check the maps out myself and determine whether or not they're well balanced and will be put on our server.
     
    As for events, I would like to plan in-house tournaments, there might possibly be rewards for the winners in the future, but not for certain though. That kind of thing really depends how active and how successful things are, so I will need your guy's help on this. Also there will be events where we just all gather and play together, I'll consider finding fun game modes to play, but for now I'll be keeping the game vanilla.
     
     
    Our Server:
     
    Our server is a 16 slot server that runs at 128 tick which is good, and I'm really happy that we could get that. You can find our server by adding it to your favorites at the following IP address.
    I hope to see you guys on, and I hope you enjoy playing on our server.
     
     
    Forum:
     
    You can find the CS:GO section of our forum by clicking on this link.


    This post has been promoted to an article
  4. Dyzzles liked a post in a topic by Redjakk in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Server Relaunch!   
    About Me:
     
    I go by the name Redjakk and I am a community moderator on these forums. I will now also be acting as the game officer for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. I hope to successfully run a fun and friendly environment for all of you to play in, and I hope to have a good time playing with those of you who are interested in the game.
     
    Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
     
    Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) is the most recent of four games in the franchise based solely on competitive multi-player. There are two sides, one being Counter-Terrorists and the other is of course Terrorists. This game is also a currency based game, this means that completing objectives and/or successfully killing a person on the other team to earn money. You then use this money to buy your equipment in the buy menu. More money, means better equipment. CS:GO's competitive play is objective based, the two modes available are demolition and hostage rescue. The most popular game mode on the competitive level is demolition. There are also two other modes of play, one being team death-match and the other arms race. Counter-Strike is a game with a long history, it first started out as a mod for the first Half-Life game. With it's increased popularity over the years it has managed to become the game it is today. CS:GO is kind of a throwback to the the original game mechanics that were most popular in competitive leagues. CS:GO feels like Counter-Strike 1.6, but looks like what you'd expect from a newer game. So despite the years that have passed Counter-Strike is still very popular, and CS:GO is trying to maintain that reputation, and feels successful with the resurrection of a strong competitive league.
     
    What's Good:
     
    This is a tactical game to a point, it's not as in-depth as some like ARMA or Insurgency. However you will need to prepare each round deciding on what actions to take. How will you defend? How will you attack? How much should you spend when buying your equipment? These are all things you'll need to think about when playing the game. Also communication is key, so it's also a very cooperative game as well.
     
    Not that into competitive mode? Well they also have a casual mode for those who do not wish to deal with the stresses involved with playing competitively. There's also two other modes that are for fun, called team death-match and arms race. In team death-match it's a team versus team type of play where you just kill each other. The winners of this mode are the ones who performed the best out of both teams. Arms race is a game mode where you race through the different guns in the game by getting kills with a particular gun. With each kill you will proceed to the next gun until you are left with nothing but your knife. Be the first one to kill someone with your knife and you win the game.
     
    This game isn't dying anytime soon, people will always be playing. There's also matchmaking for competitive mode, so if you don't have a team then you can find one by going into matchmaking.
     
    What's Bad:
     
    When playing in low-tick servers you will notice shots not registering on people which can be frustrating. This is even more infuriating when playing competitively using the matchmaking system. The reason for this is because Valve servers are used in matchmaking, and their servers run at 60 tick-rate, which is very bad.
     
    Hackers also queue in matchmaking, but this is inevitable in any game. You may also experience some pretty mean people in the game be it matchmaking or not, but this is also inevitable in any game. So consider this bit here as a reminder.
     
    You will sometimes experience one-hit kills. Not all people dislike this, but it is upsetting at times.
     
     
    Goals and Events:
     
    So what's going to be done with the server is that I'm going to have it set as its default style of play. What this means is that it will remain as a demolition and hostage rescue style of play. I may put death-match on it depending whether or not the server is getting any traffic, or just have it there for fun sometimes. I also plan on adding any maps that I find well balanced to the server, so you can expect custom maps. Of course you guys may suggest maps to me, and you can do that after I create a topic where you can post suggestions. I will check the maps out myself and determine whether or not they're well balanced and will be put on our server.
     
    As for events, I would like to plan in-house tournaments, there might possibly be rewards for the winners in the future, but not for certain though. That kind of thing really depends how active and how successful things are, so I will need your guy's help on this. Also there will be events where we just all gather and play together, I'll consider finding fun game modes to play, but for now I'll be keeping the game vanilla.
     
     
    Our Server:
     
    Our server is a 16 slot server that runs at 128 tick which is good, and I'm really happy that we could get that. You can find our server by adding it to your favorites at the following IP address.
    I hope to see you guys on, and I hope you enjoy playing on our server.
     
     
    Forum:
     
    You can find the CS:GO section of our forum by clicking on this link.


    This post has been promoted to an article
  5. Dyzzles liked a post in a topic by Redjakk in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Server Relaunch!   
    About Me:
     
    I go by the name Redjakk and I am a community moderator on these forums. I will now also be acting as the game officer for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. I hope to successfully run a fun and friendly environment for all of you to play in, and I hope to have a good time playing with those of you who are interested in the game.
     
    Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
     
    Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) is the most recent of four games in the franchise based solely on competitive multi-player. There are two sides, one being Counter-Terrorists and the other is of course Terrorists. This game is also a currency based game, this means that completing objectives and/or successfully killing a person on the other team to earn money. You then use this money to buy your equipment in the buy menu. More money, means better equipment. CS:GO's competitive play is objective based, the two modes available are demolition and hostage rescue. The most popular game mode on the competitive level is demolition. There are also two other modes of play, one being team death-match and the other arms race. Counter-Strike is a game with a long history, it first started out as a mod for the first Half-Life game. With it's increased popularity over the years it has managed to become the game it is today. CS:GO is kind of a throwback to the the original game mechanics that were most popular in competitive leagues. CS:GO feels like Counter-Strike 1.6, but looks like what you'd expect from a newer game. So despite the years that have passed Counter-Strike is still very popular, and CS:GO is trying to maintain that reputation, and feels successful with the resurrection of a strong competitive league.
     
    What's Good:
     
    This is a tactical game to a point, it's not as in-depth as some like ARMA or Insurgency. However you will need to prepare each round deciding on what actions to take. How will you defend? How will you attack? How much should you spend when buying your equipment? These are all things you'll need to think about when playing the game. Also communication is key, so it's also a very cooperative game as well.
     
    Not that into competitive mode? Well they also have a casual mode for those who do not wish to deal with the stresses involved with playing competitively. There's also two other modes that are for fun, called team death-match and arms race. In team death-match it's a team versus team type of play where you just kill each other. The winners of this mode are the ones who performed the best out of both teams. Arms race is a game mode where you race through the different guns in the game by getting kills with a particular gun. With each kill you will proceed to the next gun until you are left with nothing but your knife. Be the first one to kill someone with your knife and you win the game.
     
    This game isn't dying anytime soon, people will always be playing. There's also matchmaking for competitive mode, so if you don't have a team then you can find one by going into matchmaking.
     
    What's Bad:
     
    When playing in low-tick servers you will notice shots not registering on people which can be frustrating. This is even more infuriating when playing competitively using the matchmaking system. The reason for this is because Valve servers are used in matchmaking, and their servers run at 60 tick-rate, which is very bad.
     
    Hackers also queue in matchmaking, but this is inevitable in any game. You may also experience some pretty mean people in the game be it matchmaking or not, but this is also inevitable in any game. So consider this bit here as a reminder.
     
    You will sometimes experience one-hit kills. Not all people dislike this, but it is upsetting at times.
     
     
    Goals and Events:
     
    So what's going to be done with the server is that I'm going to have it set as its default style of play. What this means is that it will remain as a demolition and hostage rescue style of play. I may put death-match on it depending whether or not the server is getting any traffic, or just have it there for fun sometimes. I also plan on adding any maps that I find well balanced to the server, so you can expect custom maps. Of course you guys may suggest maps to me, and you can do that after I create a topic where you can post suggestions. I will check the maps out myself and determine whether or not they're well balanced and will be put on our server.
     
    As for events, I would like to plan in-house tournaments, there might possibly be rewards for the winners in the future, but not for certain though. That kind of thing really depends how active and how successful things are, so I will need your guy's help on this. Also there will be events where we just all gather and play together, I'll consider finding fun game modes to play, but for now I'll be keeping the game vanilla.
     
     
    Our Server:
     
    Our server is a 16 slot server that runs at 128 tick which is good, and I'm really happy that we could get that. You can find our server by adding it to your favorites at the following IP address.
    I hope to see you guys on, and I hope you enjoy playing on our server.
     
     
    Forum:
     
    You can find the CS:GO section of our forum by clicking on this link.


    This post has been promoted to an article
  6. Cap0bvious liked a post in a topic by Redjakk in Joe's latest video....?   
    Well that's not even a review of the game, it's just him playing the game during a stream. Also if you were there for the stream, there were some things that he liked. He wasn't constantly bashing the game like you try and perpetuate here. By now you should know how his reviews go, and how much that a stream highlight differs from his reviews. The one and only review he truly tore apart was "Aliens: Colonial Marines," because he is a major fan of "Aliens," and he hated how it was so poorly developed when the game was showing so much 'promise.' However it did not deliver, he also went on and said in another of his videos that he was a little unfair in that review because of his biased love of the "Aliens" franchise. He tried this "Call of Duty" game because of the new mechanics, like the new verticality and of course Kevin Spacey, among with some other things. Also being there at the stream a lot of the complaints were justified, for instance the verticality. What is the point of adding something like that to your game if you're still going to have small linear arenas? What made "Titanfall" known for their verticality was the fact that the maps were large and open enough to have such a mechanic, and it made it fun to get from point A to point B. Whereas "Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare" just basically gives you the options of either taking the stairs or making a big leap over the railing to the next floor. I'm sorry to tell you that's not very innovative, not to mention a much older game like "Brink" did it better.
     
    All in all though, I wouldn't worry about Joe keeping a level head in his review. The guy has been doing this for some time now, and I'm sure he knows how to keep an angry opinion from completely overshadowing his reviews.
  7. ' liked a post in a topic by Redjakk in An open letter to Angry Joe regarding #GamerGate   
    Did you actually happen to back out of this topic and look at the views? It's currently at 794 views and nothing was done on our end... Can we get a sorry?
  8. Redjakk liked a post in a topic by Humorousone in Gilbert Gottfried Reads Fifty Shades of Grey   
    I'M DEAD.
     
    VERY NSFW - YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED
     
  9. Arch liked a post in a topic by Redjakk in Any oldie music lovers in the AJSA?   
    Right here. I love the Ink Spots, Dino, Blue Eyes, Bobby Darin, Andrew Sisters, Bing Crosby, Billie Holliday, Ella Fitzgerald, man my list goes on. I enjoy movies from the era as well.
  10. Arch liked a post in a topic by Redjakk in Any oldie music lovers in the AJSA?   
    Right here. I love the Ink Spots, Dino, Blue Eyes, Bobby Darin, Andrew Sisters, Bing Crosby, Billie Holliday, Ella Fitzgerald, man my list goes on. I enjoy movies from the era as well.
  11. Saigonrice liked a post in a topic by Redjakk in How i feel about the next gen consoles so far. [Opinion]   
    I'm locking this topic! See guys this stuff wouldn't happen if you can just be civil and refrain from trying to sell opinions as facts. Hell even the title of this topic stated it was an opinion thread, not a listing of facts. So not only did hostility happen in the topic, but also derailment. Not to mention this topic was slowly becoming a flame war that would only end up in warnings and or banning of individuals. The only people I should have to worry about banning are spam bots and trolls, but stupid little playground quarrels like these make it where I'm a babysitter not a moderator. So make my duties here easier and just humor me on this, if the topic you're reading is something that you don't like and it upsets you... DO NOT REPLY. It's that easy folks, just take the high road and read a different topic. No need to start an altercation on the internet, especially in a community that you share with about 40,000 others.
  12. AverageSpacePope liked a post in a topic by Redjakk in Celebrities Get Their Secret Pics Stolen   
    1. Who cares?
    2. There have been many celebs who have bared it all, and their careers are going pretty strong. Scarlett Johansson is one example, she is still in quite a few movies. Miley Cyrus you see how she's been acting and she still has a huge following. Rhianna's career is still moving forward. So I don't see your point.
    3. Why would you even concern yourself and our forums with this? I mean there are so many celebrity gossip outlets, why discuss this here?
    4. If you wanted to discuss the invasion of privacy, then maybe a more suitable topic name should have been in order? Your topic looks like a TMZ post.
    5. Last, but not least why discuss something that is of sexual or pornographic nature here on our forums? Oh and topic closed.
  13. Berserker liked a post in a topic by Redjakk in XBOX ONE sales lower then ever before   
    Well this has gotten toxic. Here have this:


    Oh and this topic is closed. Therefore I get milk.
  14. Berserker liked a post in a topic by Redjakk in XBOX ONE sales lower then ever before   
    Well this has gotten toxic. Here have this:


    Oh and this topic is closed. Therefore I get milk.
  15. Berserker liked a post in a topic by Redjakk in XBOX ONE sales lower then ever before   
    Well this has gotten toxic. Here have this:


    Oh and this topic is closed. Therefore I get milk.
  16. Berserker liked a post in a topic by Redjakk in XBOX ONE sales lower then ever before   
    Well this has gotten toxic. Here have this:


    Oh and this topic is closed. Therefore I get milk.
  17. Ysnar liked a post in a topic by Redjakk in Dealing with Internet Jerks   
    Right-Click their name and click ignore.
  18. Verethragna liked a post in a topic by Redjakk in What is wrong with Angry Joe now?   
    An individual person's personal life is not yours or anyone's place to pick apart. These are the types of topics I should never see on this forum. I'm sure for those of you who have posted in this thread, you too would not like your lives to be picked apart, so don't do it to anyone else.
  19. Verethragna liked a post in a topic by Redjakk in What is wrong with Angry Joe now?   
    An individual person's personal life is not yours or anyone's place to pick apart. These are the types of topics I should never see on this forum. I'm sure for those of you who have posted in this thread, you too would not like your lives to be picked apart, so don't do it to anyone else.
  20. Verethragna liked a post in a topic by Redjakk in What is wrong with Angry Joe now?   
    An individual person's personal life is not yours or anyone's place to pick apart. These are the types of topics I should never see on this forum. I'm sure for those of you who have posted in this thread, you too would not like your lives to be picked apart, so don't do it to anyone else.
  21. Ysnar liked a post in a topic by Redjakk in Dealing with Internet Jerks   
    Right-Click their name and click ignore.
  22. Verethragna liked a post in a topic by Redjakk in What is wrong with Angry Joe now?   
    An individual person's personal life is not yours or anyone's place to pick apart. These are the types of topics I should never see on this forum. I'm sure for those of you who have posted in this thread, you too would not like your lives to be picked apart, so don't do it to anyone else.
  23. Verethragna liked a post in a topic by Redjakk in What is wrong with Angry Joe now?   
    An individual person's personal life is not yours or anyone's place to pick apart. These are the types of topics I should never see on this forum. I'm sure for those of you who have posted in this thread, you too would not like your lives to be picked apart, so don't do it to anyone else.
  24. Ysnar liked a post in a topic by Redjakk in Dealing with Internet Jerks   
    Right-Click their name and click ignore.
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    Right-Click their name and click ignore.