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April 13th, 2012
Posted in Selling
Why are we getting these without XBLPET reply? Regardless, I think his brothers intuition is spot on
I love how British people use “Cheers!” instead of “Thank you”. I always find it really droll. I also wish The Pro would answer these dumbshits today. Maybe they went crazy from reading the horrible grammar from our failed educational systems that Wayne Brady praises since he loves contestants who are teachers on Let’s Make A Deal. Those “teachers” haven’t been doing the job lately.
A copy paste response would be too much, for someone who’s making what is effectively a copy paste claim of ignorance, in the minuscule hope that they can socially manipulate themselves out of a ban…
@Lustyhitter. I love how those in other cultures have to pass judgement on the way other’s speak/spell/act.
Personally I hate how North Americans can’t spell correctly and make up words. It’s NOT Legos, it’s LEGO, and ‘most winningest’ is the most grievous assault on the English language I’ve ever seen.
Utterly off topic- but then I’m merely following your lead.
I just find it droll that the word North Americans use to salute each other with drinks in hand is used in England as “Thank you.”, that’s all.
We have a lot tof British people commenting and showcased here, I’m sure one of them can explain the significance of the term “Cheers” here.
I did make a mistake in my first post. Maybe he (The Pro) went crazy, not they, though I’m sure everyone else who actually answered their posts without a macro were driven batty from these English majors. A lazy XBLPET member like November, on the other hand, just macros. Maybe because she’s just a ‘bot?
There is no significance, its just a personal preference for some people. Not all British people use it, nor is it limited to them.
Cheers is just an informal way of saying thank you.
If we’re playing this game- focus your attention on American Rap and extreme sports…
That’s ‘dope’ man!!! No, it’s fucking not.
$5 says that’s not his brother’s account… See: http://www.se7ensins.com/forums/threads/list-your-current-gamertags.638009/#post-4726042
Just curious, does anyone know how or where you can go to report someone you suspect of cheating? I know on the actual Xbox you can click on the “File Complaint” option, but what if they’re not on our friends list or you haven’t played a game with them?
I was on a forum site and I happened to click on someone’s Xbox profile and while looking through their list of games I noticed some rather suspicious things, like how they completed about 15 games in one day, then a couple days later did the very same thing. I’ve been looking for an email address or someplace on Xbox forums but cant seem to find anything.
Honestly I don’t know, but does it even effect you?
I only honestly care about cheaters in a game where I’m playing online. If somebody wants to hack the system to get 100% completion on an offline game who gives a rats.
I think there might be a FAQ about it on the X-Box site.
Just a note, some companies sell the 100% unlock along with all the achievements as DLC, maybe they are just buying them up.
On topic, Why are we seeing postings without the replies?
Cheating is cheating in my opinion, whether it’s cheating your way to a 10th prestige or cheating your way to a 100k gamerscore.
Also, I’ve never heard of a game selling DLC that unlocks all the achievements in the game, you’d have to give me an example of that because I’m pretty sure that goes against the Xbox TOS.
I may be wrong about the achievements but I know some games sell full unlocks. For example unlock all cars for a driving game. I know I own a couple of games that offer that, just can’t think of em off the top of my head.
Unlock all cars != unlock all achievements.
I highly doubt ANY game has an unlock for achievements, especially given that many games’ achievements include ones that require skill to unlock. Unlocking all cars would maybe give you one or two in most racing games.
Oh right- so there are now no normative implications to ‘things that don’t affect you’.
Hey, should’ve let them damn Nazis keep on killing Jews.
I’m perfectly well aware that it’s not the same thing- but then if you’d constructed your argument better and learned the difference between ‘affect and effect’ this reply wouldn’t even exist.
Cheating by yourself in Video games vs Country wide Massive Human rights violations.
That’s certainly a balanced comparison.
What’s worse is that you bring up the Nazi’s systematic murder of the Jews like it’s the only time in History it ever happened. The sad thing is there are nations on this earth who are doing similar things today, a fact you appear to be ignoring.
Perhaps you didn’t understand, I’m talking only about cheating in Single Player games, a better comparison would be a person who does things that only have an effect on themselves but society considers wildly inappropriate.
English can be a some what hard language to get a grasp on, even for people who have only known it. Please have some consideration for people who have learned it as a second language. Now that being said “Effect” is the noun and in some cases a verb where as “Affect” is always a verb. If I was to change to line to “Honestly I don’t know, but does it even have an effect you?” I would lock in its status as a noun where as it reads I’m using its subtle implication of a noun and a verb rather than using “Affect” which is only a verb.
But thank you for bring it up, I personally prefer to let little mistakes in grammar go as even in the English speaking world different regions do things differently and as long as the message can be understood you shouldn’t let a typo or grammatic error affect you so badly. Because in the end the effect it can have may backfire upon ones self.
Send them a friend request from your PC then go to your xbox and report them and then cancel the friend request
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