BajaBravo

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About BajaBravo

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    Ranger School Dropout

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  3. Congrats guys. This is really exciting!
  4. LOL
  5. OMG that was hilarious!
  6. Thanks for the chuckle!
  7. Andy Mckee - Shanghai Nice! One of my favs.
  8. They might be on to something there...
  9. Personally, I'm retail box all the way.
  10. My guesses: It's a new franchise set in the TC universe, not a sequel. It's set further in the future than the current TC games. The main theme is WW-III/Armageddon. It's not another FPS. I'm thinking RTS game. We'll play the roll of a battalion commander (I'm speculating that's the character flaking out), perhaps with Ghost units to direct. When I see JSF, I think "Joint Strike Fighter", which doesn't seem to fit the hints. This could be a close-air-support flight sim instead of an RTS, but I wouldn't put money on it.
  11. So very true!
  12. I'm so sorry to hear about your family's tragic loss.
  13. #include<iostream> using namespace std; int main() { char data[] = {118, 105, 115, 105, 116, ' ', 119, 119, 119, 46, 115, 116, 97, 114, 99, 108, 97, 110, 46, 101, 117, '\0'}; cout << data << endl; cin.ignore(); return 0; }
  14. Although I certainly understand the logic of a straight donation, I'm a sucker for promotional items. I went for the "prize" option. I'm not sure I grasp the subtle distinction between "A donation in exchange for merchandise/consumables" and straight up buying merchandise/consumables, but another option along the same lines might be "A donation in exchange for non-voting share(s)", otherwise known as a straight up investment.
  15. I'm not any kind of spec ops guy either. In fact, I'm barely a soldier. I just wear my standard issue tac-vest pretty much exactly how it's designed. The mag pouches are located at the approximate midpoint between my waist and my shoulders. Linky: http://www.army.forces.gc.ca/Chief_Land_St...ab/2/2711_e.asp Before the tac-vest, I carried my mags on the belt of my webbing (again, the standard way to do it at the time). I do find that the tac-vest mag location much more convenient, especially when prone. To me, the more pronounced advantage of the tac-vest is that it doesn't get in the way nearly as much when you are mounted in a veh or when you are carrying a ruck. Just my $0.02.