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  1. I got it its 1200 MS points. Its pretty cool to me. Both sides start out on aircraft carriers and have to fly/go by boat/or swim to the nearby island and then fight for control points. 101 has about 8 guys with xboxs now, i'm gonna see if I can talk them into gettting it. I didnt even know it was coming out on ps3, oh well
  2. I hope this is true. I actually liked the single player on the first 2 socoms when you had to be stealthy. I still dont know why they dropped that for socom 3.
  3. Congrats guys nice job!
  4. xRuthlessRebelx

    1 vs 100

    I played it too its surprisingly fun. I wanted to be in the mob but 100/100,000 odds arent too good. It was all cool except the extended play was kind of lame to me for some reason. PS I know its still in the beta phase but does anyone know how the actual game will be? Like will their only be like one live show a week or something?
  5. Yeah I saw it last night and props to Will Farrell for doing it, that took guts.
  6. My only problem with FPS is that they are always respawn. I just always have loved socom for its round based 1 life per round aspect. I like playing a demolition match and killing the other team and then moving up with the bomb when we our guys outnumber the other team. In respawn the other team just keeps coming back to life every second, its just not fun to me personally. Sure sometimes respawn is fun for like 10 to 20 minutes but damn when that is all a game is its get old quick to me. To me respawn is more for the 12 year old kids that cant sit still 5 seconds. In respawn their is no penalty for dieing. You can just rush and die over and over because in 1 second you will comeback to life.
  7. LOL
  8. Im impressed its only taken them 6 months to get around to these things that should have been included on day 1. All these patches, and patches to fix other patches...I think Slant 6 just needs a new sewing machine... ;D
  10. Yeah Flawless isnt going anywhere. 4 of us left LTU back in December and moved to 101 and we have been very happy here.
  11. Yikes Sean Penn? Hope this doesn't turn into a message movie. Because if you don't agree with Sean Penn you are obviously wrong. Lol did you see his oscar speech? If you dont agree with him shame on you!
  12. I thought it was going to be Sack Kart Racing? Think I read that on Kotaku
  13. CHICAGO – Paul Harvey, the news commentator and talk-radio pioneer whose staccato style made him one of the nation's most familiar voices, died Saturday in Arizona, according to ABC Radio Networks. He was 90. Harvey died surrounded by family at a hospital in Phoenix, where he had a winter home, said Louis Adams, a spokesman for ABC Radio Networks, where Harvey worked for more than 50 years. No cause of death was immediately available. Harvey had been forced off the air for several months in 2001 because of a virus that weakened a vocal cord. But he returned to work in Chicago and was still active as he passed his 90th birthday. His death comes less than a year after that of his wife and longtime producer, Lynne. "My father and mother created from thin air what one day became radio and television news," Paul Harvey Jr. said in a statement. "So in the past year, an industry has lost its godparents and today millions have lost a friend." Known for his resonant voice and trademark delivery of "The Rest of the Story," Harvey had been heard nationally since 1951, when he began his "News and Comment" for ABC Radio Networks. He became a heartland icon, delivering news and commentary with a distinctive Midwestern flavor. "Stand by for news!" he told his listeners. He was credited with inventing or popularizing terms such as "skyjacker," "Reaganomics" and "guesstimate." "Paul Harvey was one of the most gifted and beloved broadcasters in our nation's history," ABC Radio Networks President Jim Robinson said in a statement. "We will miss our dear friend tremendously and are grateful for the many years we were so fortunate to have known him." In 2005, Harvey was one of 14 notables chosen as recipients of the presidential Medal of Freedom. He also was an inductee in the Radio Hall of Fame, as was Lynne. Former President George W. Bush remembered Harvey as a "friendly and familiar voice in the lives of millions of Americans." "His commentary entertained, enlightened, and informed," Bush said in a statement. "Laura and I are pleased to have known this fine man, and our thoughts and prayers are with his family." Harvey composed his twice-daily news commentaries from a downtown Chicago office near Lake Michigan. Rising at 3:30 each morning, he ate a bowl of oatmeal, then combed the news wires and spoke with editors across the country in search of succinct tales of American life for his program. At the peak of his career, Harvey reached more than 24 million listeners on more than 1,200 radio stations and charged $30,000 to give a speech. His syndicated column was carried by 300 newspapers. His fans identified with his plainspoken political commentary, but critics called him an out-of-touch conservative. He was an early supporter of the late Sen. Joseph McCarthy and a longtime backer of the Vietnam War. Perhaps Harvey's most famous broadcast came in 1970, when he abandoned that stance, announcing his opposition to President Nixon's expansion of the war and urging him to get out completely. "Mr. President, I love you ... but you're wrong," Harvey said, shocking his faithful listeners and drawing a barrage of letters and phone calls, including one from the White House. In 1976, Harvey began broadcasting his anecdotal descriptions of the lives of famous people. "The Rest of the Story" started chronologically, with the person's identity revealed at the end. The stories were an attempt to capture "the heartbeats behind the headlines." Much of the research and writing was done by his son, Paul Jr. Harvey also blended news with advertising, a line he said he crossed only for products he trusted. In 2000, at age 82, he signed a new 10-year contract with ABC Radio Networks. Harvey was born Paul Harvey Aurandt in Tulsa, Okla. His father, a police officer, was killed when he was a toddler. A high school teacher took note of his distinctive voice and launched him on a broadcast career. While working at St. Louis radio station KXOK, he met Washington University graduate student Lynne Cooper. He proposed on their first date (she said "no") and always called her "Angel." They were married in 1940 and had a son, Paul Jr. They worked closely together on his shows, and he often credited his success to her influence. She was inducted into the Radio Hall of Fame in 1997, seven years after her husband was. She died in May 2008.
  14. That was cool. *Fingers crossed for round based no respawn gameplay*
  15. I see a little white weenie! I found waldo! ;D ;D lol she named them all on our forums. That one is called cupcock...
  16. That sucks, I had food poisoning about 2 years ago and it was horrible. I couldn't keep anything down but chicken noodle soup i think. I got food poisoning from some gravy to go with my chicken strips from a fast food place. The bastards.
  17. Fingers crossed for tacmap
  18. I am starved for a tacmap tourney. When was POW like a year and a half ago damn...
  19. It does look interesting but I just cant get into that respawn bs
  20. Aww man dont say Ruins, I would pay 15 bucks for that map alone!
  21. xRuthlessRebelx

    Left 4 Bed

    NSFW Only people that have played it will get it. As you know the characters say some pretty funny shit sometimes and of course somebody has put some of it together to make it sound like Louis gets raped by Bill and Frances. And the last link is just something extra