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About iDnTyX

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  • Birthday 11/18/1904

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  1. Dislikes: Vehicle Controls, Specifically flying. The delay in identifying friendly's in Hardcore mode. Likes: People go down quicker, Sniping is more accurate, This game will be way better in the new consoles, right now the 12v12 in these big maps are lame. Cant wait for 32v32
  2. Battlefield 3: Close Quarters in June, Battlefield 3: Armored Kill in the fall Battlefield 3: End Game in the winter.
  3. Just a little more zombie killing for me. =)
  4. Like it but too much drama, not enough zombie killing. its like a soap-opera.
  5. lol I hate it to, sometimes I find my self repeating what I say so its like a double echo
  6. Yea I disagree with you too. BF3 though its a respawn it doesnt compare to mwf. The objectives, Maps, the game play its just different IMO. Probably the most Fun 1st person resawn shooter I played. You pretty much had a negative mind set about the game before you even played it and that pretty much sums it up to why you dislike it.
  7. Was sent to my first overseas station base in Turkey.
  8. Part 2of2 This is the second part of a two-part series on Anonymous, the amorphous Internet group that has emerged as a force in global affairs. In the first part, we track Anonymous' transition from pranks to politics. In this installment, we learn about its war on the government. You can read part one of the series here. If Anonymous spans the moral range between the idealistic revolutionary and the nihilistic imp, Phoenix stands all the way at the idealistic end. His base of operations is a network of chat rooms called AnonOps, which birthed many of the overtl
  9. Its a good read if you have time to read it. Part 1 of 2 This article is the first in a two-part series tracing the development of the amorphous online community known as Anonymous, pranksters who have become a force in global affairs. Late in the afternoon of Jan. 19, the U.S. Department of Justice website vanished from the Internet. Anyone attempting to visit it to report a crime or submit a complaint received a message saying the site was unable to load. More websites disappeared in rapid succession. The Recording Industry Association of America. The Motion Pi
  10. Thanks bro, they were in 2nd place with 39 votes, first place had 67. Now they are in first place by a single vote with 1 more day of voting. Thanks everyone for voting. Keep them coming.
  11. Help my old military Freinds win some money. Its pretty simple and you can do it through your FB. Its a VA home sweeptstakes, $500 not much but it will help out. Just click the link below and click vote now, look for Nells House This one and click like. That simple. Thanks for everyones help, they're currently in 2nd place.
  12. That would be cool But Mic suck and I dont believe you can make private rooms. You basically be playing in a public room hoping no one else joins. Unless now your able to do so?
  13. Probably that and they know they're unprepared for a nation wide cyber attack if they did pass it.
  14. I read this. So they already have to the power to shut you down even if your in another country. Read the rest Then I read This Anonymous Responds To Megaupload Takedown; Claims Credit For DOJ, RIAA, MPAA, Universal Music Outages (UPDATE) Read the Rest,b=facebook And so it Begins......