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  1. The Official Chicken Sandwich Enthusiasts' Club

    A Chick-Fil-A outside my neighborhood. It's pretty big in the Southeast U.S., and they make delicious chicken sammiches Monday-Saturday, opening at 7 AM. I'm pretty enthused, seeing as in it's first 2 weeks of being open I've eaten there 6 times.
  2. http://callofduty.wikia.com/wiki/Shanghai?file=Shangai.jpg http://callofduty.wikia.com/wiki/Shanghai?file=Shangai_Die_Rise_Zombies_BOII.jpg And that's where you're wrong. If Die Rise where to be in 2025, I'm pretty sure it would've looked futuristic. 3Arch, as anyone should know by now, reuses texture files and other things just so that they don't have to create new ones. Also the SDC isn't the new government, its a East Asian Chinese-led strategic military alliance. http://callofduty.wikia.com/wiki/Strategic_Defense_Coalition Next time, try to get your info correct. I wouldn't quote the CoD wiki if you're looking for a reliable source of info. I literally could go in there and write what I think is accurate, even if it's wrong. And really, there is no need to be a stickler on info like that. The SDC obviously isn't around now, and they were big in the future, so we can safely assume that these logos were put down in/around 2025. And no one said the buildings themselves need to be futuristic. The Rockefeller Center in NYC has been around for over 70 years. Those 80-something story buildings in Die Rise could've been built around now and still be standing in 2025. We see examples of this in-game also. In Game (2025) Real Life Please stop directly targeting MMX's posts. Just because you disagree with a few of his statements doesn't mean you need to discredit every post. Your last statement made the entire post come off like you were trying specifically to make him look bad. I say this because 7/12 of your current posts do this as well directly to MMX. I get that you're new to the site and you want to jump right into things, but don't start by making enemies. As Infest would say, we're all friendos here. Just try to get your disagreement across in a nicer fashion.
  3. A Zombie Trilogy v.III [NOW IN VIDEO]

    Ohh, I gotcha. Thanks.
  4. A Zombie Trilogy v.III [NOW IN VIDEO]

    Oh, and I agree with you, they should definitely be considered. However, (and forgive me if you talked about this before) the Ray Gun is found in every map, and it's considered a Wonder Weapon. Ray Guns aren't laying around everywhere, so technically, haven't they in themselves have been displaced? We also see the Winter's Howl in BO Verruckt even though we know it was made at the Pentagon. That too is a Wonder Weapon Displacement.
  5. A Zombie Trilogy v.III [NOW IN VIDEO]

    About the US on the VR-11... Haven't we been looking at the weapons from the Mystery Box to be non-canon in their location in time? It wouldn't make sense that there is a PDW from 2025 to be in the Alcatraz Mystery Box of 1930 if it's location in time was canon. Wouldn't it make just make just as much sense for the VR-11 to be plucked from the US to Siberia? Perhaps the VR-11 was a wonder weapon being worked on by the US. But that's simply an assumption. The US could even be the initials of someone working at 3arc, like how the Wunderwaffe DG 3 JZ = Jimmy Zeilinski.
  6. A Zombie Trilogy v.III [NOW IN VIDEO]

    Wait a minute, is the STii on the Scavenger written on the scope, or the weapon itself? Because this makes me believe it's actually talking about the scope. "Disclosed herein is a conceptual description of a rectangular-aperture astronomical telescope denoted the Scanning Tomographical Imaging Instrument (STII) utilizing orthogonal plano-conical mirrors figured by servomechanical actuators. The sectored reflectors of the STII are fully figured in situ. Accordingly the STII constitutes a decided break with the a priori figured circular aperture upon which astronomical telescopes have relied for some four centuries. Auspiciously, developments in current materials, mechanics and electronics have progressed so far that the most advanced concepts are probably beyond the technological needs of the STII. Because of its linear construction very large increases in extent and resolution are decidedly practical as compared to circular apertures now under consideration or construction. Orbital, lunar and terrestrial mountings are discussed in detail." If you need to read more, check here: http://www.pages.drexel.edu/~garfinkm/Scope.html To me just skimming, it seems to describe the scope of the Scavenger. An it seems to talk about a technology, not the brand itself.
  7. Mictlantecuhtli: The Man Behind it All

    Very nice job! One more thing about good ol' Mict: Day Itzcuintli (Dog, or the 6th day of the 365 day Aztec calender,) is governed by Mictlantecuhtli, God of Death, as its provider of tonalli (Shadow Soul) life energy. Itzcuintli is the guide for the dead, the spirit world's link with the living. Itzcuintli is a good day for funerals and wakes and remembering the dead. It is a good day for being trustworthy, a bad day for trusting others of questionable intent. Looks like this can reflect on listening to Maxis/Richtofen, and Sal, Finn, and Billy listening to Weasel. They ended up dead, so the 6th day happened to be good for that. Apparently in Spanish, Mict is actually the same as Lucifer. Even more interesting, Jan 1st 1939 is the 6th day, or dog day, of the Aztec 365 day calendar. I think it's safe to say we know where we are in the Aztec world. Also, though I couldn't find my source, I heard that he also had a pack of wild dogs that ate his enemies, like Cerberus, but instead of one three headed dog, hundreds of them.
  8. You'll All Do Great Things

    Oh, no. Tac's gone too! I'm gone for a week, and BAM. The entire staff resigned. Oh well. I get what it's like to have personal life conflict with CoDz. Though I didn't know you personally, I bid you farewell, Tac. Hopefully I'll still see you around a bit.
  9. Golden Gate Bridge -No Mans Land

    I think 3arc must have actually had the exact idea of having NML just like Moon, where we spawn in NML. But, the only reason they didn't have us spawn on the GG bridge and have NML was because it'd sort of buzzkill the ending of what happens when we build the plane, considering it's just where you started. Plus, it'd leave questions like, "How do our characters not know what's going on when they were just at the bridge?" Having another game mode for NML would be cool, though. Maybe like an option in the sub menu where you are a worker on the bridge, see the bodies in the electric chair, pick up a pistol, and start.
  10. I feel unsure of how to show support. Um...
  11. The Official Chicken Sandwich Enthusiasts' Club

    I would not like to say my age simply because of the possible disrespect I could get for it On an unrelated note, has anyone ever seen Tim and Eric's Awesome Show Great Job? l7u9hP4r1S8 I've watched this since the original season, where their Youtube videos had a total of 50 views, half of them from me showing friends. I thought I was the only one in the world watching it. And now, they somehow have managed to get 50k+ views per video, make a couple movies, and Tim Heidecker was Editor in Chief for Rolling Stone magazine for almost a month before getting fired. They made me laugh until I cried. Then they started getting bigger, and I started seeing them have small roles in things, from Bob's Burgers to Bridesmaids. Seriously though. Have you guys heard of Tim Heidecker and Eric Warheim?
  12. A Zombie Trilogy v.III [NOW IN VIDEO]

    oM Blitz collected a ton of evidence about how the current zombie "ruler" could be Mictlantecuhtli, that guy way back from the NTZ loading screen. http://callofdutyzombies.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=149&t=31048 I don't meanto be that guy who just goes around advertising threads, but I think this should be greatly considered.
  13. Well, I wouldn't call it holding out, but running trains solo in the showers is actually an excellent place for me. That and the Cafeteria. Worst place to get caught? Being alone in the cell block.
  14. MOTD new starting weapon? DISCUSSION

    I wouldn't call that an Executioner. It definitely wasn't a Shotgun. They said it was "Courtesy of the Warden's Office." and he was a Civil War weapons collector. I wouldn't be surprised to see it being the good old .44 Magnum. But, that's pretty much the same thing as the Python.
  15. I'd like to point out something about your MotD dates. Keep in mind we know two of our characters are from Chicago and New York, not Kentucky. We know it from their newspapers. Sal: Billy Handsome: So we are confirmed to be past August 11, 1934. 3arc is known to put things in their advertisements that arnt really in the map, like the helicopter in the background in the ad for Die Rise. We can more accurately place the time period from images from the actual in game photos. As you can see the cable construction has begun, but it doesn't look likethe suspended structure construction has. This is something ET2RNAL407 posted in one of my threads: "August 1, 1935: For the first time since construction started, on August 2, 1935, the Golden Gate Strait was to be closed to shipping. Shipping was to be held up for 15 minutes while bridge workers strung the first tramway cable between the San Francisco and Marin towers as part of the operations to ready the span for the construction of footwalks (catwalks) that had to be constructed before cable spinning could begin. Shipping would be held while a barge sunk a one-inch cable to the 350-foot bottom and the cable was hoisted into the air between the towers." Seems like we're also past August 1, 1935. But I can't be sure that that's the way the bridge will be on the map. Sorry for being so stingy about the dates. I just saw a lot of research on it and I though we were on to something. :D
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