Still haven't gotten my ****t back. I cut all ties with my friend (apparently me being angry about my stolen property makes me a *******) and I'm working on getting another copy.
Sorry about the late responses, the topic got modded but it was overturned. It's just ******* up that a friend would turn face over a damn video game. It's sad, really. I have BO2 and H4 to keep me busy, but still.... what the ****. --- Legion of Doom: Professor Chaos/LIVE: Corpsegrinder80 Disconnect and self destruct, one bullet at a time.
Well if you guys are gonna be ex-friends soon i recommend beating 7 shade of cr@p out of your soon to be ex friend for bringing a thief into your home and then siding with said thief, then do the same to the thief.......as a warning as to what you will do next time you see either of them --- [This sig was deleted at the request of an enemy of free speech or another enemy of free speech]
I mark my copies of games with small pen marks in the manual or game case. Mostly removing the front insert and put a symbol + sign on the back of it. This way if stuff is stolen, and sold to pawn shops I can get it back. --- Sent from my iPhone via PowerFAQs 1.10
If you want to beat him up... serious info here... first learn his routine, does he come home at night from work? Maybe he plays a sport, does he return from practice at night? Does he lived in a busy neighborhood? now... 1) buy a mask 2) buy some baseball gloves 3) get some sweatpants and a sweatshirt 4) buy said items at seperate stores with cash far from your house, the cops will ask stores if anyone has purchased those items together 5) remove tags and burn them from said items 6) put on gloves and use a hairbrush to scrub them off after putting them on 7) when you run up on to beat him up don't say anything as the cops will ask if he can identify his attacker by voice 8) have an escape route planned 9) burn said pieces of clothing. 10) have a solid alibi, maybe leave your xbox on and stay connected to xbox live, microsoft should be able to verify your story of, "I was at home playing my xbox) but make sure to rig your controller so u spin in circles or something to keep the "AWAY" status from appearing on your profile (idk how accurate microsoft tracks peoples' activity on xbox)
I mark my copies of games with small pen marks in the manual or game case. Mostly removing the front insert and put a symbol + sign on the back of it. This way if stuff is stolen, and sold to pawn shops I can get it back.
I do this too, normally i write my first name and initial my last name on the inside of the cover, then i cover it with a piece of white masking tape so it can't be seen through the clear plastic of the box. --- [This sig was deleted at the request of an enemy of free speech or another enemy of free speech]