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August 12, 1989
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  1. In Topic: Long time no see, Special Ops Forum

    16 July 2013 - 05:57 AM

    There's a pretty big field near Atlanta called Classic that I believe is still open. They do speedball and have a scenario town field that's probably about a hundred yards across square. I used to play there all the time. There was a pretty big flood that went through here in '09 that destroyed a lot of stores, houses, etc. and the fields at Classic got flooded over pretty badly, and I believe they rebuilt the whole complex and it's still open today.

    I'll probably go play out there soon using a rental 98 and if I have a good time, I'll start looking for a DM8 or similar marker on ebay.
  2. In Topic: Sharknado

    15 July 2013 - 06:21 AM

    It has Tara Reid in it :laugh:

    I haven't seen it, but nothing can match the awesomeness of Mega Shark vs. Giant Octopus.
  3. In Topic: Long time no see, Special Ops Forum

    11 July 2013 - 06:04 PM

    That's sad to see.. this was without a doubt one of my favorite companies in the industry. Hell I spent more time on here than any other paintball site.

    It's mind-blowing, looking at paintball then and now. Things changed SO drastically from 2003 to 2008, but it seems as if nothing has changed between 2008 and now. My dream marker back then was a DM8, and now they're on ebay for a few hundred bucks. And yet, the DM13 is barely any different.

    I could get an Epiphany or some other medium-level marker on ebay with HPA and a Halo for dirt cheap and be playing ball in two weeks. When I was in high school I would save up for months for a stupid trigger for my Ion :laugh:

    The only thing that hasn't gotten cheaper is paint, huh? :dry:
  4. In Topic: Street Racing Tragedy

    05 September 2008 - 01:28 PM

    View PostEskimo, on Sep 5 2008, 07:54 AM, said:

    View PostPhilipp122, on Sep 2 2008, 02:17 PM, said:

    Sure, these guys are idiots and are equally at fault, but let's not go pointiong all the fingers at them. Sometimes in a race, it's the fault of others that leads to a fatal accident. I don't care if these guys are the ones who were breaking the law, pulling out or switching lanes without looking carefully is ALWAYS an idiot move and people who do it can't drive and shouldn't be on the road.



    umm, you do know they were street racing right?
    thats absolutly retarded.
    theres no grey area.

    if you want to race, go to the track. for 30$ a police officer will gladly find your higest speed with the speed thingy. and give you a fake ticket for it.
    the highest I got was 164 KM an hour.
    I kinda chickend out, but thats ok. because I got a ticket for it. ( the fake one,)


    164 km/h? haha now that's one ugly ticket. :(
  5. In Topic: Street Racing Tragedy

    04 September 2008 - 07:59 PM

    View PostVolker, on Sep 4 2008, 10:36 PM, said:

    What really TINKLEes me off is the motorcycle people who go swerve in and out of cars at like 100 mph.

    I remember one time I saw a group of 3 of them doing that coming up behind me, I swear it took every strand of my conscience not to swerve in front of them and send them to an early grave.


    You know what I hate? When I'm on a motorcycle and people don't watch for me and pull out in front of me.

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