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  1. For you new TG'rs: Wearing the TG Tags.

    by , 11-04-2011 at 11:06 AM (Spears and Flames and Text Walls, Oh My!)
    When I first joined TG, the quotes below were recommended reading in the Call of Duty division. The post from Nemesis dates back to BF2 I believe. The tl;dr is as long as you are wearing the TG tag you are representing this community and so are held to a higher standard than otherwise. Even if you don't wear the tag, you are still bound to follow the rules and guidelines of this community if you play on our servers or participate on the forums or teamspeak. I think that these two posts give the ...

    Updated 11-13-2013 at 02:59 PM by TheLancerMancer (updates, removed game specificity, intend to be applicable to all titles going forward)

    General Purpose , Battlefield
  2. Turn the page

    Metallica - Turn the Page (Accoustic)

    Once & Always

  3. Gears of War 3 Review - Wimpy

  4. Dawn of a New Era

    For all the time I've been a member here at TG, I've never watched the community embrace a game as anticipated as Battlefield 3. Looking back on my experiences with 2142, which was well established by the time I arrived, the early experiences I had with the game and this community were some of the best. We were all still riding the high of having found such a great group of like-minded people with whom we could share our gaming experiences--and it showed in the fairly unified outlook of the 2142 ...
  5. Basic HazMat Techinician

    Last week were the first 2 classes, 6:30-10:30 with a few ten minute breaks here and there = which is smart, because even in a 2 hr lecture its a smart idea, it gets everyone a chance to stand up, hit the head, etc so you don't have as many people falling asleep.

    Anyways, holy crow there is a lot of stuff, its just not stuff, its some chemistry mixed in, its the 9 classes of what the DOT regulates from Explosives to Poisons, which radioactive materials mixed in and flammable gases ...

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