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  1. Wow, didn't know that. Thanks!
  2. Maybe EMP some clocks or something?
  3. Well, if we use Peter's grenade device, and Jimmy's "weapon" combined ---- War Machine?!
  4. Here is the video were he confirms it! Skip to 2:30 www.youtube.com/watch?v=7oLK-uJJuEA
  5. There was this huge theory that the whole map was basically a clock. But I can't remember it that well. Anyways, the video is soon done uploading :)
  6. Posting a youtube video from the livestream atm. Will post link.
  7. Just watched Vahn and Jimmy Zielinski on the game with dev livestream (http://www.twitch.tv/treyarch) and jimmy said something along the lines of "There may be a way to stop time in tranzit, so all your buddies can take a bathroom break at the same time without being in any danger from the zombies. We used a gun that behaved in such a way that it made sense. So yeah, good luck with that" Something like that he said. Theories?
  8. Yes, I know that people concluded it meant 12/12/12. I'm just not that happy with that. I mean, why would he tweet that? Especially as an exponent. I guess my mind just wanted SOME mystery after a month with nothing.
  9. Hm, I don't think I have ever taken my friends money. I know about giving money with the galvaknuckles. But I don't know how you take money from friends. Care to explain? :)
  10. Rez tweeted this: http://www.twitter.com/_rez_/status/278415233675042816 That number is the equivalent of 12 times 12 times 12. Which is 1728. With a quick google I found out that in 1728, the royal bank of Scotland was the first bank ever to offer overdrafts (withdrawing more money than you have in the bank). If we found a way to somehow get a negative number in the bank, maybe the card reader would accept that person's navcard. I think the NAV part stands for Net Asset Value. I don't know much about this stuff, but it relates to banking. Crazy theory, but it's something. Now, is there any way to withdraw or use more money/points than what you have in your bank?
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