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      Video: Star Trek: Discovery Stars Weigh In On THAT Pivotal Moment From Episode 1
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      Gator - Posted
      You can rate the video here:  Star Trek: Discovery Stars Weigh In On THAT Pivotal Moment From Episode 1  
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      Look at what I bought
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      Axlerod - Posted
      Onrus, The Street Glide has been the number one selling bike in North America for 7 years straight. It out sales all of makes and models. The 17 and 18 models are the best ones yet. It isn't as fast as my VROD and a totally different ride than my Breakout but it is great for all day riding and trips for 2 up riding.   bullboy, HELL NO!
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      Mosin Nagant
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      weaponmaster011 - Posted
      hey i had a rough day at work needed something comfortable :0
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      New Armory Test Site
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      Gator - Posted
      Agreed!  The new site posts very fast.  I will move us when they release the final version of the software.  The software has some hidden functions that I will highlight once we are moved.   
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      To boldly pull the biggest dick move in the universe
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      NetRngr - Posted
      Im a huge fan as well and am old enough to remember watching the original series as a kid, a very young kid you old coot, and haven't missed a series yet. I'll find a pirate site to watch this one but I will not support these guys in this. I almost pulled the trigger on the cheapo all access then it hit me. The commercials you will be seeing , albeit limited, are already paid for by the companies and these trolling bastards want you to pay again to watch em. I'm sure some MBA bastard came up with this but I'm not paying what I would pay for Netflix and almost what Amazon Prime cost a month for one show. Hopefully I can see it online someplace if not it will be the first one Ive missed. Show was pretty good, first episode, but honestly there was more commercial time than show and it was basically a super extended trailer. I'm sure ep 2 was much better.
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      My clothes drying
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      Onrus101 - Posted
      He is a woman is he not? Half maybe? Dont know. lets ask jUST KIDDIN!
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      The Ghost Recon: Wildlands PvP Open Beta pre-download is available now!  This is all you need to do...
      Ghost Recon: Wildlands
      Axlerod - Posted
      The new PvP mode for Ghost Recon Wildlands’ feels well balanced and has the promise of being a tactical shooter worthy of the Tom Clancy branding. That’s my initial take, having sampled the new beta that everyone can play this weekend, even if they don’t own Wildlands. The 4v4 tactical team deathmatch is available to play until September 25. The standalone download is available to try on PS4, Xbox One, and PC, and the full PvP mode will arrive as a free update this fall for anyone who owns the game. Despite sounding like a simple team deathmatch experience, you only get one life per match in a best of three games, so you’ll rely heavily on team communication. You start with a Recruit class with a pretty standard loadout and a recon drone at your disposal, but you’ll eventually earn skill points to unlock new class types for specific roles. Also, Ubisoft balances Ghost War by only allowing one of each class type per team. This game mode would be a filthy sniper fest if everyone was allowed to choose the Sniper class. Twelve different classes will be available at launch, but the beta lets us test out two from each category. The Assault category has the Pointman class, which is a soldier with a 20% health boost and immunity from suppression and flash grenades. The Tank is a heavy class with the option of a Stoner light machinegun or the P90. In the Marksman category, you can test out the Sniper class or choose the Enforcer if you want to provide advanced suppression cover, which can disrupt the enemy’s aim. The Support role has the Scout class, which comes equipped with a recon drone and a motion detector for tagging enemies for your squad. The Artillery class has a powerful mortar drone, and you definitely don’t want to be caught in its range. The full mode will hopefully have a few more loadout options, as classes only have one or two gun choices each. You also can’t choose any attachments for the guns, so I’m not sure if we’ll see the addition of grips or other sights. A new ‘suppressing fire’ PvP mechanic distorts the enemy’s view as you fire around their cover. I prefer to play as the Pointman to counter the suppression and flash grenades, and the class also has a pretty sweet ACR assault rifle. The beta offers five maps with diverse terrain, and the time of day will vary. Quarry is a narrow, L-shaped map with high sniper points, while Desert Outpost is large and open for great long-range gunfights. Most of my games took place during the daytime, but I loved matches that started at dusk, because the gradual transition to nightfall provided a much greater challenge. Weather elements can also change the game, especially when you can’t hear well in a full-on storm. Rain or shine, the game plays really smooth. There weren’t any real issues encountered on day one, which is usually a good start for a beta. Partying up with friends was painless and without any unfortunate disconnects. We found matches right away, but we did experience lengthy load times getting into the game. Originally, I worried how tactical this team deathmatch mode would feel, but I was surprised by how much fun and teamwork was involved. I think the biggest challenge here will be the size of the player base. If you traded your game because you feared PvP mode was never going to arrive, the beta might be a great time to jump back in. Ubisoft has even teased more classes, maps, and a new mode coming in the future, so I’m curious to see what comes next.
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