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  1. Mr.Blaze

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    whens new software from wilders comeing out and what is it any hints
     
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    Well ... it's kinda a "Good" Hijacker ... they've infected numerous "badguy.com"'s with a driveby active X code ... it searchs the infected users machine for Wilders' cookies ... if their are none ... up pops a warning box ... "You need some education in Internet Security. Your lesson is on it's way" it promptly redirects you here, resets your homepage, and traps you here using javascript ... until LWM issue's your graduation papers! LOL :D

    No to bad eh, Blazey? :D

    ~Remember this is Top Secret~ :blink:

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    lol i was being seriouse could had swarn there may or may not be a new program comeing out just for wilders folk

    a calbration of all the software programers here

    i think dcs family might be on it not sure most likely javah cool

    dont know what other big names might be on it

    i think someone posted it here with a brif could happend may not keep finghers cross type thing

    most apps take 6 monts or mor so i figur it could be here any day now
     
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    .........oh also.......... they've renamed the Forum Blazey. ;)

    Wilders Wet 'n Wild Weekends

    Wet T-shirt comps :cool:
    GROG!!!!! :-*
    BBQ's :p
    GROG!!!!! :-*
    Games :rolleyes:
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    Prizes for the most infected PC :eek:
    GROG!!!!! :-*

    www.wilders_wet_n_wild_weekends.com

    Cheeers, TAS

    PS: Grog=slang: beer, booze, piss, amber fluid.
     
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    :eek: You calling Blaze a Lier

    :cool: well hair ball with TEETH thems is fighting words where i come from


    :mad: meet Blazes big boom boom stick

    :D squieeeeeeel hair ball squeillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll

    :cool: bet you didnt see that comeing lol

    even blind man cant miss Blaze boom boom stick stats
     

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    Awww Blaze you promised that money you borrowed from me was for GROCERIES! If I'd have know you were gonna buy a metalstorm... I woulda giveny ou enough for 2 :D
     
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    isnt that thing cool lol i saw that surfing the net and wonder how i could post it here lol

    man tetosirome heaven

    i wonder what it feel like to squize off a few clips lol
     
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    yeah but not really clips hehe I've been aware of this stuff for a while - Australian firm, if I'm not mistaken. Let me see if I can dig up the PDF that's a proposal for a light infantry laser rifle - that's right, laser rifle.
     
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    The Stavatti would have to be a long way off. The power supply would be too big unless as you say, they use radioactive source.

    I've got a better idea, Krispy Kreme doughnuts. Shower those things everywhere, everything else stops!! :D
     
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    yikes ... that's some serious hardware :eek:

    Glad we're all on the same side ...

    Blazey ... if you use that thing on TAS ... I don't think what'll be left ... will make an appealing rug ... and it probably will end up with a kinda burnt smell .... ;) :D LOL

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    Shoot. :p Wife was looking over my shoulder when I looked at this, and now she wants it for a hair-dryer. :D
     
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    :D lol lmao

    you know tazie wasnt the first taz here lol i was

    i had pauls harware fire wall in my baby taz mouth

    it strange i knew taz when he was a newbie lol actualy i think out of every one here im the oldest newbie thats been around

    i think i was here two or 3 bords algo


    man i feel old

    oh well lol

    hmm lazer i use a cold fustion power source lol

    i think ill go solve the cold fustion thing brb
     
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    aaaaaaaahhhhhhh.. MetalStorm... yeppers... man I saw a demo of that thing here in Australia [aussie grocer/retail store owner invented it] about 3 years back.... absolutely bloody awesome...

    It fired, from what I can remember [don't quote me] around 1 MILLION rounds a minute, and I *think* it was in .22 calibre.

    He dmolished together something like 10-20 heavy marine plywood doors, [believe me that's pretty tough stuff] and demolished it in less then 1 second. absolutely shattered it like matchsticks.

    He then fired it against an old junk car, and literally blew a hole in one side and out thru the other about 1/2 metre [1-2ft] across in less than a second, just because of the sheer number of bullets travelling.

    he also punched a football size hole in 1 INCH heavy metal plate in less than 1-2 seconds... fired thousands of rounds of ammo and because of the rate/number/impact on the metal it gave way.. I mean as quick as you can literally say "atchoo", it was over...

    truly awesome...

    and the hand gun he developed, [built in 'trigger' is a computer chip in a ring on hand and in the grip] it fired "caseless" ammo and it could zip out several rounds delivered to within 1 millimetre of each other in blinding speed. One demo of that he fired something like 15-20 rounds in less than 1/10th of a second from what I remember.

    ouchies...

    TAS

    PS: Blaze... ROFL.... thanks for the reminder, that was one demo I will never forget.
     
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    :D yup i get all butter when i see stuff like that
     
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