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#61 ScottG13



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Posted 14 July 2008 - 02:46 PM

Cheapy, if Dyack was talking mess on your message boards and it got Dugg and people were coming to see what was going on, would you ban Dyack?
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#62 CaptainCarnage



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Posted 14 July 2008 - 04:23 PM

I hope you really didn't say "As soon as those Mexicans wake up" or at least you said that due to the time of the recording.

yeah cheapy, i'd like to know what you meant by that?

#63 aishkp


Posted 14 July 2008 - 05:30 PM

Ok, the 360 is just not a reliable machine, but just wanted to add that my launch day 360 is still alive and kicking. I've had it RRoD once, but fixed it with the overheat trick. So I think I got a freak durable one. Watch now it's going to RRoD on the next start up.

#64 super_nerd


Posted 15 July 2008 - 04:03 AM

Cheapy, I watched them movies you recommended a while back and I enjoyed them. If you have nothing to watch you might want to check out The Machinist, I thought it was pretty decent.

P.S. If your back is still hurting, shipwreck can carry you piggyback.

#65 terpkristin



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Posted 15 July 2008 - 11:35 PM

Pretty good show, guys!

I know that beer pong game on WiiWare is getting a bad rep, but honestly, if you're going to call it beer pong, what do you expect? For whatever it's worth, the Midway game "Game Party" (really clever title, eh?) has a game in it called "Ping Cup" which is in fact beer pong. My friend bought the game because it was cheap. We ended up playing Ping Cup for awhile as a drinking game (i.e. if you sink one, your opponent has to take a drink of beer), until we realized the trick of how to get the ball in the cup everytime and it just became another flimsy excuse to drink. Rumor has it that Midway's follow-on game to "Game Party" will also have this Ping Cup, as well as "Skill Ball" (skeeball), which is also on the original disc.

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#66 raistlin



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Posted 26 August 2008 - 03:38 AM

I guess you haven't caught up on all the episodes yet this issue was brought up a few eps ago. Yes Apple asks for a credit card, but you can sign in with an AOL account and give a review that way as well. An AOL account is free and easy and doesn't require a CC.

Yeah I'm always caught up on eps. The fact is regardless of method you choose you are still asked to provide a payment method. It will not let you continue in the account creation process until you do so.

Once you enter your AOL details this message pops up:

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You click review, then you get this screen...

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file:///C:/Users/stragee2/AppData/Local/Temp/moz-screenshot.jpgThen you get this screen...

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After you click continue you get this screen....

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If you click the continue button without putting in credit card info you get
this screen..

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I would have responded and corrected you sooner, but I didn't realize you had responded to my post. I hope this clears things up for you.

#67 Wolfkin


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Posted 01 September 2008 - 05:07 AM

no it was my mistake. I used my credit card to sign up so I never tried using my AIM account but as you say above you are correct.
I was at my sister's place and tried to use her AIM on her laptop and realized that you do indeed need a credit card.

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