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  • Birthday 03/17/1987

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  1. Just uploaded my vinyl group with the name as my gamertag, if someone could buy it and message me so I can return the favor that would be awesome!
  2. 1. cloud72 2. Renatka82 3. DigitALxBullets 4. PostmodernMartr 5. lll KURT lll 6. N7DS GNASHER 7. N7DS SAINT 8. GENWAKU 9. EyeCorporations I need most of the online achievements if people are interested in going for more and I'm available pretty much all the time :-)
  3. It unlocked for me the second time I started playing Gears (ie loading from the dashboard)
  4. Looking for a partner for all online achievements (and maybe Morningwood Mortar). I'm a male king. GT: EyeCorporations Edit: all set for now, but I don't mind helping someone out
  5. I think I figured this out, only the character that starts out the level as Voldemort can hurt Quirrel. If you switch characters and change them to Voldemort it won't work.
  6. I'm looking to boost all the XBL achievements GT: EyeCorporations
  7. Spelling The spelling judgment is found in the Authorized Version of the Bible. As a result, it is the preferred spelling in a legal context throughout the common law world. In a non-legal context, however, the situation differs between countries. The spelling judgement (with e added) is common in the United Kingdom in a non-legal context, possibly because writing dg without a following e for the /dʒ/ was seen as an incorrect spelling. The spelling judgement without the e is however often listed first and in any case without comment or regional restriction in major UK dictionaries.[1][2][3] In the context of law and theology, judgment is always preferred. In the U.S., judgment strongly prevails in all contexts. In Canada and Australia, in a non-legal context both forms are equally acceptable, although judgment is more common in Canada and judgement in Australia.[1] However, in a legal and theological context, judgment is the only correct form. In New Zealand the form judgment is the preferred spelling in dictionaries, newspapers and legislation, although the variant judgement can also be found in all three categories. In South Africa, judgement is the more common form. See further at American and British English spelling differences.
  8. Q: What is the lowest common denominator of 1/32 and 2/3 A:15 *someone needs 5th grade math help, but I put in 96 and got it wrong
  9. Edit: I have all eggs and 45 each of Gold and Rotten if anyone wants them GT: EyeCorporations
  10. looking to boost Ranked Master GT: EyeCorporations
  11. Finally finished the campaign...I remember it being a lot easier on PC because of being able to quicksave.
  12. I started going towards the back around the left side of the house, two guys would come out of the first floor door as soon as you turn the corner. Then as you walk forward a guy comes out onto a second floor balcony. Then I'd walk into the first floor doorway until it updated the objectives, and go back out to the side of the house. A guy would come out of the 2nd floor hallway, then I'd lob all my grenades in the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th floor hallways (don't worry there's plenty of grenades inside). Then I went around back again and cleared out the basement by going clockwise around the stairs. By then the squad has cleared out the first floor, and if you just take it slow and lob grenades you should be fine from there on.
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