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+ - Great new Parks and Recs like series for COD Zombies.->

Submitted by forgot_my_username
forgot_my_username (1553781) writes "http://youtu.be/AzmjQc4mpH8
A group of guys including Michael Dudikoff are making a web series based on what the Zombies from the Call Of Duty games, do when they are at the Activision headquarters. The series is tightly scripted, dry and hilarious.

Whether you are a fan of the game or not, you will enjoy the series. The only complaint that I have is the episodes tend to be too short. I commented on it and was informed the episodes in the second series will be longer."

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+ - ZombieBreak Room: A Call Of Duty based webseries.-> 2

Submitted by forgot_my_username
forgot_my_username (1553781) writes "Hey, I just wanted to point you guys out to a cool webseries based on Call Of Duty's Black Ops 2 Ascension Zombie Map. "... opening round zombies from the Ascension Map. These are there Stories." Is how it opens, then it proceeds to offer up a Parks and Rec style comedy. Perhaps, the best part is "American Ninja" Michael Dudikoff is playing Tank Dempsey.

I think it is brilliant. Laughed my ass off!

http://youtu.be/AzmjQc4mpH8"

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+ - ZombieBreak Room Review (A new webseries based off of COD zombies)->

Submitted by forgot_my_username
forgot_my_username (1553781) writes "A great new web series has come out. Based on the zombies from the ascension map on Call of Duty Black Ops 2. It has a Parks and Rec feel to it. It has lots of awesomeness. But, one of the more awesome aspects is it has Michael Dudikoff as Tank Dempsey! What more could anyone ask!!!

ok... maybe I am biased.. hahaha.. but it is awesome!"

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Comment: Re:Encryption Woes (Score 1) 211

by forgot_my_username (#42680687) Attached to: Kim Dotcom's Mega Claims 1 Million Users Within 24 Hours
No, they don't however, if you try to use strong encryption from inside the united states to outside the united states you fall under their law.
And they don't like it, if you use strong encryption to many countries around the world.

In fact .... it is a big nono.
Would they prosecute... probably... he has a huge target on his forehead.

Comment: Re:Encryption Woes (Score 1) 211

by forgot_my_username (#42645671) Attached to: Kim Dotcom's Mega Claims 1 Million Users Within 24 Hours

I am curious about how he is doing strong encryption without getting busted for it. He is planning a worldwide cloud of these... so that means into and out of the US, and into and out of any number of countries that are on the no-no list for strong encryption. Does someone know why he thinks he can get away with this?

mmmm... my last statement....
I meant to say:
Does someone know why he thinks he can get away with this legally?

Comment: Encryption Woes (Score 1) 211

by forgot_my_username (#42645497) Attached to: Kim Dotcom's Mega Claims 1 Million Users Within 24 Hours
I am curious about how he is doing strong encryption without getting busted for it. He is planning a worldwide cloud of these... so that means into and out of the US, and into and out of any number of countries that are on the no-no list for strong encryption.

Does someone know why he thinks he can get away with this?

Comment: I don't want a phone, but (Score 1) 447

by forgot_my_username (#39430039) Attached to: Former Nokia Exec: Windows Phone Strategy Doomed
I don't want a phone.
Then, I saw the n9... and totally fell in love.
Just, like I fell in love with the n800, and bought it.
Just, like I fell in love with the n900, and bought it.
And, while they are awesomely superior to just about anything.
Nokia, continually tries to f*ck it up, successfully, I might add.

So, I am breaking out of this co-dependent relationship.

hmmmm... I wonder, if I can run android on it???

Comment: Y'know it's funny (Score 1) 988

by forgot_my_username (#37791888) Attached to: Jobs Wanted To Destroy Android
I am not going to go into how hypocritical this was... (two words Xerox Parc visit)

But, I will say this. I didn't really much like the man when he was alive.
Although, I loved NeXt, and own a macbook pro (and love it)

I find myself wasting more time on him now that he is dead then when he was alive.
My goal is not to mention his name, his practices, or his 'sainthood' for at least a year or until the next slashdot article pisses me off

"Why join the Navy, when you can be a pirate" - S.Jobs

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