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  1. 19 points
    When we started this place almost 12 years ago, I had no idea what I was getting myself into. Back in 2007 there was none of this bullshit going on, it was just go play and talk shit to each other in game and no ones feelings got hurt, go to bed and repeat the next day. The world has changed a lot in 12 years and so has the >XI< community, I've had to make some very very hard decisions that hurt my feelings and feelings of a lot of other people, I did so knowing that it was the best for the clan, even though it hurt my good friends and long time members of the clan and community. The admins I have beside me have been a huge help in steering me in the right direction and also supporting me in my decisions. Thank you to them, without them I don't think I would still be in this seat. I can't see the future, but I hope we are still here in another 12 years and I will continue to base my decisions on what is best for the community and not myself or a single person.
  2. 17 points
    RobMc

    So Worried About My Son

    My turn to ask for prayers, I brought him up in a mans world of fishing, shooting, cricket etc, but he's showing signs of not being 'normal'. It began as a baby when he took a great interest in WWF, you remember that? I managed to get him onto a mans sport again, soccer, but he lost interest. Then he took mysterious holidays abroad, to places like New York, watching football that was not soccer and eating things called 'bagels?'. He told me his next car was going to be a pick up, and has just returned from London where he went to watch a baseball match? I'm dreading him coming out of the cupboard and stating the heartbreaking news - that he's turning AMERICAN, what can I do? prayers for him please.
  3. 15 points
    Elvis9

    New Truck

    Love my new Dodge Ram Laramie
  4. 14 points
    Ricko

    ACDC

    So was chatting to an old work buddy the other night who is a very close friend of Brian and the band and holy love of god im gona meet up with them next time they meet #cantwait
  5. 11 points
    RobMc

    The life and times of Budman

    I was honoured to be selected to write the biography of one of our most esteemed members, known to all as fu Budman (of course you remember him?), a man who is truly a legend in his own lunchtime, he ranks high in the XI hall of fame, mainly for the laughter he delivers in game as he misses you both with bullet and knife, the old boy tries hard though, so here we go :- Once Upon a Time, long long ago, before Rugger was a gleam in his parents eyes, Budmans parents gazed dubiously at the bundle of joy delivered by the midwife, the old joke wasn't wrong as she slapped his father quite a few times before the baby let out a howl we all know well, however this time it wasn't the knife, already he wanted the map changed. But his parents spitefully refused to go to spec and he had to face the fact that he had to play this one, and play it with basic weapons too, how we all laughed. So began an epic rise through a difficult chidhood, his parents gave him toy cars (starting his lifelong passion for them) but he always used to pull off one of the wheels and eat it, this odd behaviour (I wonder how many get this?) continues to this day, we all witness his strange antics in game. However a forced diet of raw snake and skunk tails let him grow into a strong youth, worthy of any Beverly Hillbilly social event at which he excelled. although they too found him a bit 'strange'. With his parents support he managed to get to 5th grade, although it was a struggle at times, but 'Bud', as we affectionately know him, was not easily diverted from his road to stardom, he stuck at it, despite rejection from his fellow pupils who found worm sandwiches too much for their delicate palates. More worryingly he was already, even at this stage muttering about 'headshots' and 'knives', little wonder he had few friends and no girlfriends, except for a girl called Queenie who liked men who were different, and he fit the part perfectly. However it was not to be as in their teens she left him for a bloke from South America, who treated her badly, but that is another story. Finally he grew into the fine figure we know and respect today, a man feared for his fu's but less so for other skills, the Eureka moment came when electricity came to his neighbourhood opening up a whole new universe. Once the shine of shocking cats had worn off he was introduced to 'computers', now you have to remember at this time they put people on the moon (so they say) with computers the power of an Atari, he went big, upgrading to 1mb immediately. Discovering the seedy world of gaming it was only time before the slippery slope led him to XI, a world of dubious characters and dirty tricks, he fit in like a glove. Rising quickly through the ranks he won the 'kissing Ruggers arse' competition in 2005, as we all know he has never looked back (which probably explains his death rate) and is rated highly in the XI world, I am proud to have killed him many times and look forward to our future.
  6. 11 points
    I have no doubt whatsoever that XI will still be here even bigger, even stronger, 12 years hence. I've been in every admin position in XI over the years and recently stepped down because I felt like it was just my time to do so. I came to XI not long after Rugger and some friends began a COD2 clan with a different approach: no racial remarks but otherwise, anything goes. You could say whatever you wanted. You could swear up a bloody storm and if others didn't like it they were shown the back door. I think there were around 50 members or so then. Today there are nearly 750 active members and 11,775 members of the web site and in that respect, we may be the largest PC gaming clan in the world. Certainly, every train of thought, every type of person, is represented in our ranks and yet, XI thrives, keeping these many different people on the same path while hundreds of other clans are long gone. Why? Because Rugger does nothing , makes no decision, without consulting others, without considering every aspect, and without thinking it through thoroughly. His good decision-making is primarily what has kept XI going and that takes a discipline most of us don't possess. We may make decisions too quickly but Rugger is among those who have a methodical way of looking at choices and follow the same routine in making them. His success is our success and it's been my pleasure to have been part it. He has earned and deserves our highest respect and I hope going forward that members think about that before they react to the decisions that he is reqired to make as clan leader. As Labob said, you might not always agree with a decision from above but for the sake of the clan and out of respect for those who have the burden of making them, you should abide by them and be thankful for what you are a part of. I know I am.
  7. 11 points
    Beers does not have a problem with XI he does love us. He does have a very serious hate on for the management team and could not learn to compromise. And his server he had a little bit more than a tight hold on it. He did give it up though and he did make that decision freely and on his own terms. I know this because I spent a great deal of time trying to get the head admins and Beers and the way the server was handled worked out without any fighting. That was a failure sadly. Once I left and this was the reason for me . It was only a matter of time before beers would snap and the fight between management and beers would take another soldier. So in short the Beers story was Beers fault he did give up his server and things went south when he could not get it back. There is no other story thats it in complete and that simple. Now this forum thread is not about Beers its about how everybody thinks about how it ALL happened. My goal was to see if there was a better way to of handled it of even remember we lost 3 head admins and Markoff and a few other will suffer because of the loss. KInda like Beers I guess I just want to know if I did the right thing maybe or handled everything as well as I could of. Selfish yea but just trying to learn from my mistakes. again I did ask the everybody be nice in there posts please keep it like that the fighting or hard feels towards other does have a cost. P.S. Hey boss I did not always agree with some of your decisions but I did administer them and did so without complaint. When I would have doubt about your decision I would just have to look at the site and all its member new and old and that would answer my doubt. THIS fucking guy knows his stuff. I cant begin to understand the hard decision you had to make for our benefit. I thank you for each and ever one. You sir are made out of sugar and spice and superman steel
  8. 10 points
    WldPenguin

    COD4 Ban Appeal

    customs, I was the admin that banned you. XI is an adult clan with no prohibitions on use of language except for two primary rules: no racist remarks, and no personal attacks. You typed the n-word in Freeze Tag Server 1, which is breaking the racist remarks rule.
  9. 10 points
    Angelz

    July 4th

    I just want to give a warm Canadian greeting to all the Americans celebrating July 4th tomorrow. Have a safe and awesome holiday!! I made this for all of you...
  10. 10 points
    Mazuga

    Frenchi's hidden secret

    Frenchi in action... Hardcore Barbie😁🤘.mp4
  11. 9 points
    Billymilano

    50 years..Wow!

  12. 9 points
    JohnnyDos

    Update on wish me luck post

    Just got back from my Cancer Clinic and I was told that I am stable which is great news for me,I'll go for another scan and blood work in 3 months. "I ain't dead yet."So I'm puttin' on a good buzz this afternoon.
  13. 9 points
    Unchileno

    Some help

    I am not an expert, but, I believe nail polish goes in all nails.. Your Welcome..
  14. 9 points
    AyaqGuyaq

    Let's try something . . .

    How 'bout we try to be kind to each other today? Just for today--it's a start. "Snarling" and "Gnashing of teeth" are not "becoming," as of late . . Let's try to make someone's day "happy." Hmm? You'll be surprised at how making others feel "good" makes you feel . . . Paul
  15. 9 points
    HarryWeezer

    HAPPY CANADA DAY, EH?

  16. 9 points
    20 Things You Had No Idea Were Invented in Canada. Peanut butter Although American agricultural pioneer George Washington Carver is often credited for inventing peanut butter, the first patent for the spreadable substance was actually given to Montreal, Canada's Marcellus Gilmore Edson in 1884. He came up with the process of milling roasted peanuts to create 'a consistency like that of butter,' which he promoted as a protein substitute for those who couldn't have solid food. Schoolchildren everywhere are forever grateful. Find out where peanut butter and jelly sandwiches came from.
  17. 9 points
    Ghostlupus

    Post pics of your pets

    This is my Molly. A 12 year old of everything. Bought the garden bed for my wife but Molly has decided it belongs to her 😁
  18. 8 points
    7Toes

    Update on wish me luck post

    this Thursday i go for a pet scan it will tell me if that nodule in my lung is cancer! keeping my fingers cross,one good thing its very small the size of the tip of my little finger.
  19. 8 points
    Dogg

    Dead Duck

    Your DUCK IS DEAD A woman brought a very limp duck into a veterinary surgeon. As she laid her pet on the table, the vet pulled out his stethoscope and listened to the bird's chest. After a moment or two, the vet shook his head and sadly said, "I'm sorry, your duck, Cuddles, has passed away." The distressed woman wailed, "Are you sure?" "Yes, I am sure. Your duck is dead," replied the vet.. "How can you be so sure?" she protested.. "I mean you haven't done any testing on him or anything. He might just be in a coma or something." The vet rolled his eyes, turned around and left the room. He returned a few minutes later with a black Labrador Retriever. As the duck's owner looked on in amazement, the dog stood on his hind legs, put his front paws on the examination table and sniffed the duck from top to bottom. He then looked up at the vet with sad eyes and shook his head. The vet patted the dog on the head and took it out of the room. A few minutes later he returned with a cat. The cat jumped on the table and also delicately sniffed the bird from head to foot. The cat sat back on its haunches, shook its head, meowed softly and strolled out of the room. The vet looked at the woman and said, "I'm sorry, but as I said, this is most definitely, 100% certifiably, a dead duck." The vet turned to his computer terminal, hit a few keys and produced a bill, which he handed to the woman.. The duck's owner, still in shock, took the bill. "$1,500!" she cried,"$1,500 just to tell me my duck is dead!" The vet shrugged, "I'm sorry. If you had just taken my word for it, the bill would have been $20, but with the Lab Report and the Cat Scan, it's now $1,500."
  20. 8 points
    Angelz

    First time looking in mirror LOL

    I remember my kids seeing themselves for the first time...LOL
  21. 8 points
    Sixgun

    THE MORNING AFTER THE BIG PARTY

    THE MORNING AFTER THE BIG PARTY
  22. 8 points
    Roxy!

    Some help

    Hush silly it’s in all my nails and it’s a new style ... obviously u know nothing
  23. 8 points
    Here are the ways Canada is indisputably better than the United States.Thanks to Donald Trump’s baffling decision to plunge us into a trade war, Canada Day this year will almost certainly feature a higher-than-average rate of passive-aggressive America-bashing. The United States remains our closest friend and ally, and continues to supply us with all our non-Drake entertainment. Nevertheless, in the spirit of informed jingoism, here is a quick (and obviously biased) guide to the ways in which Canada is indisputably superior to our southern neighbour. We fought Nazis earlier! The awesome might and manpower of the United States was instrumental in liberating Western Europe from Nazi domination and shielding it from Soviet conquest. Nevertheless, Canada can take pride that we were killing Nazis while Charles Lindbergh was still hosting isolationist “America First” rallies. The United States not only entered the Second World War late, but retained financial ties with Nazi Germany well into 1941. Even as Hitler steamrolled Europe and laid siege to Great Britain, Germany was getting its movies from Hollywood and building Wehrmacht trucks in Ford Motor Company factories. Frustrated by their country’s neutrality, thousands of Americans would cross the border to join the Canadian military. The RCAF alone recruited around 9,000 Americans before the attack on Pearl Harbor brought the United States into the war. George H.W. Bush, in fact, was seriously considering strapping on a maple leaf to fight the Nazis before Pearl Harbor intervened. No Civil War! The United States had only been a country for 87 years (or four score and seven years if you’re being formal) before it was plunged into a horrific civil war. On Canada’s 87th birthday in 1954, by contrast, it hosted a Commonwealth games and invented Yahtzee. Not only has Canada never had a civil war, but it hasn’t even come close. The 1869 Red River Rebellion killed one person. Quebec secessionist terrorism in the 1960s claimed fewer than six people. The biggest armed uprising in Canada’s history was arguably a series of rebellions in 1837 designed to remake British North America as a republic. But the rebellions were small and laughably unsuccessful. In one particularly ignominious example in Toronto, 800 rebels turned and fled after encountering a loyalist force of only 20 riflemen. Also, in a detail that would have flabbergasted Americans of the age, many of the pro-government troops who put down the 1837 rebellions were black. No slavery! By the time of Canada’s 1867 founding, the United States was also slavery-free (see “Civil War,” above). While Canadian soil has also hosted plenty of human bondage, be it pre-contact Indigenous slavery or African slavery in colonial times, slavery was nevertheless officially illegal in the lands that would become Canada by 1834 — 31 years before it was the case in the U.S. We also never participated in the particularly brutal and industrialized form of plantation slavery that came to dominate the southern United States. The slave population in British North America was never more than 10,000. In Mississippi on the eve of the Civil War, there were more than 440,000 slaves compared to a free population of only 354,000. No vicious beatings in our parliament! One of the darker moments in U.S. legislative history came in 1856, when a South Carolina senator approached Massachusetts’ Charles Sumner in the U.S. Senate chamber and proceeded to cane him to within an inch of his life. Worst still, the incident was only an extreme example of a political culture renowned for its violence. Nineteenth century U.S. federal politicians regularly beat, threatened or pulled guns on their opponents on Capitol Hill. Two-term U.S. president Andrew Jackson participated in more than 100 duels over his lifetime, and later expressed regret that he had not shot the then-Speaker of the House, Henry Clay. Against all this, it’s quite an achievement that one of the most uncivil moments in Canada’s parliament remains the time a Tory called a Liberal a “political sewer pipe.” No Indian Wars! Canada has nothing to be smug about when it comes to our history of Indigenous relations. From Indian Residential Schools to forced relocation to the simple act of arresting Indigenous people if they were found off reserve, it’s all pretty ugly. But for every crime against Indigenous people in Canada’s history, U.S. history usually has a worse version. The most obvious example is that the United States spent much of the 19th century engaged in open and often brutal warfare with everyone from Seminoles in Florida to Apache in New Mexico to Sioux in Montana. Canada absolutely did not keep its hands clean settling the west, but it did do it with little to no outright warfare. Major Canadian incidents of settler-Indigenous violence, such as the Chilcotin War or the North-West Rebellion, would barely qualify as footnotes in the massacre-packed history of U.S. expansion. Even at the time, Americans marveled at the apparent Canadian ability to co-exist with Indigenous people without shooting them. Canada had “the same greedy, dominant Anglo-Saxon race, and the same heathen,” wrote the Minnesota Episcopal bishop Henry Whipple in the 1870s. “They have not spent one dollar on Indian wars, they have had no Indian massacres.” We abolished the penny! When a Canadian crosses the United States border, they are stepping into a museum of obsolete payment systems. U.S. credit cards still stubbornly refuse to come equipped with microchips, preferring to rely exclusively on easily-defrauded magnetic strips. Banknotes are printed on paper rather than polymer. Most notoriously, Americans still use the penny, a monstrous one cent copper-plated disc worth far less than the metal it contains. And the penny remains in U.S. circulation for the dumbest of reasons: A combination of legislative apathy and aggressive lobbying by the U.S. zinc industry. No violent founding! Canada’s peaceful 1867 birth was so easily overlooked that our own head of state forgot to mention it in her diary. The United States, by contrast, came into being atop more than 100,000 dead. These dual histories are all the more notable given that the United States and Canada were both seeking autonomy from the same country: Great Britain. The vast majority of British colonies, in fact, would gain their independence without killing anybody. This makes it all the more unreasonable that the Founding Fathers allowed a tax dispute with London to spiral into a devastating internecine war that sent thousands of families fleeing into Nova Scotia for their live Thanks to Donald Trump’s baffling decision to plunge us into a trade war, Canada Day this year will almost certainly feature a higher-than-average rate of passive-aggressive America-bashing. The United States remains our closest friend and ally, and continues to supply us with all our non-Drake entertainment. Nevertheless, in the spirit of informed jingoism, here is a quick (and obviously biased) guide to the ways in which Canada is indisputably superior to our southern neighbour. We fought Nazis earlier! The awesome might and manpower of the United States was instrumental in liberating Western Europe from Nazi domination and shielding it from Soviet conquest. Nevertheless, Canada can take pride that we were killing Nazis while Charles Lindbergh was still hosting isolationist “America First” rallies. The United States not only entered the Second World War late, but retained financial ties with Nazi Germany well into 1941. Even as Hitler steamrolled Europe and laid siege to Great Britain, Germany was getting its movies from Hollywood and building Wehrmacht trucks in Ford Motor Company factories. Frustrated by their country’s neutrality, thousands of Americans would cross the border to join the Canadian military. The RCAF alone recruited around 9,000 Americans before the attack on Pearl Harbor brought the United States into the war. George H.W. Bush, in fact, was seriously considering strapping on a maple leaf to fight the Nazis before Pearl Harbor intervened. Swastikas being paraded through New York City in October, 1939 â one month after Canada had declared war on Germany. U.S. Library of Congress No Civil War! The United States had only been a country for 87 years (or four score and seven years if you’re being formal) before it was plunged into a horrific civil war. On Canada’s 87th birthday in 1954, by contrast, it hosted a Commonwealth games and invented Yahtzee. Not only has Canada never had a civil war, but it hasn’t even come close. The 1869 Red River Rebellion killed one person. Quebec secessionist terrorism in the 1960s claimed fewer than six people. The biggest armed uprising in Canada’s history was arguably a series of rebellions in 1837 designed to remake British North America as a republic. But the rebellions were small and laughably unsuccessful. In one particularly ignominious example in Toronto, 800 rebels turned and fled after encountering a loyalist force of only 20 riflemen. Also, in a detail that would have flabbergasted Americans of the age, many of the pro-government troops who put down the 1837 rebellions were black. A view of the Gettysburg Battlefield. There are much fewer battlefields to visit in Canada. Pixabay No slavery! By the time of Canada’s 1867 founding, the United States was also slavery-free (see “Civil War,” above). While Canadian soil has also hosted plenty of human bondage, be it pre-contact Indigenous slavery or African slavery in colonial times, slavery was nevertheless officially illegal in the lands that would become Canada by 1834 — 31 years before it was the case in the U.S. We also never participated in the particularly brutal and industrialized form of plantation slavery that came to dominate the southern United States. The slave population in British North America was never more than 10,000. In Mississippi on the eve of the Civil War, there were more than 440,000 slaves compared to a free population of only 354,000. Slaves plant sweet potatoes at a South Carolina plantation in the early 1860s. There are no pictures of Canadian slaves, since Canadian slavery was abolished by the time photography was widely available. New York Historical Society No vicious beatings in our parliament! One of the darker moments in U.S. legislative history came in 1856, when a South Carolina senator approached Massachusetts’ Charles Sumner in the U.S. Senate chamber and proceeded to cane him to within an inch of his life. Worst still, the incident was only an extreme example of a political culture renowned for its violence. Nineteenth century U.S. federal politicians regularly beat, threatened or pulled guns on their opponents on Capitol Hill. Two-term U.S. president Andrew Jackson participated in more than 100 duels over his lifetime, and later expressed regret that he had not shot the then-Speaker of the House, Henry Clay. Against all this, it’s quite an achievement that one of the most uncivil moments in Canada’s parliament remains the time a Tory called a Liberal a “political sewer pipe.” No Indian Wars! Canada has nothing to be smug about when it comes to our history of Indigenous relations. From Indian Residential Schools to forced relocation to the simple act of arresting Indigenous people if they were found off reserve, it’s all pretty ugly. But for every crime against Indigenous people in Canada’s history, U.S. history usually has a worse version. The most obvious example is that the United States spent much of the 19th century engaged in open and often brutal warfare with everyone from Seminoles in Florida to Apache in New Mexico to Sioux in Montana. Canada absolutely did not keep its hands clean settling the west, but it did do it with little to no outright warfare. Major Canadian incidents of settler-Indigenous violence, such as the Chilcotin War or the North-West Rebellion, would barely qualify as footnotes in the massacre-packed history of U.S. expansion. Even at the time, Americans marveled at the apparent Canadian ability to co-exist with Indigenous people without shooting them. Canada had “the same greedy, dominant Anglo-Saxon race, and the same heathen,” wrote the Minnesota Episcopal bishop Henry Whipple in the 1870s. “They have not spent one dollar on Indian wars, they have had no Indian massacres.” It’s no accident that after his victory at the Battle of the Little Bighorn, Sitting Bull fled north and made friends with a Mountie. File We abolished the penny! When a Canadian crosses the United States border, they are stepping into a museum of obsolete payment systems. U.S. credit cards still stubbornly refuse to come equipped with microchips, preferring to rely exclusively on easily-defrauded magnetic strips. Banknotes are printed on paper rather than polymer. Most notoriously, Americans still use the penny, a monstrous one cent copper-plated disc worth far less than the metal it contains. And the penny remains in U.S. circulation for the dumbest of reasons: A combination of legislative apathy and aggressive lobbying by the U.S. zinc industry. Pictured: A tyranny from which Americans have not freed themselves. Craig Glover/The London Free Press No violent founding! Canada’s peaceful 1867 birth was so easily overlooked that our own head of state forgot to mention it in her diary. The United States, by contrast, came into being atop more than 100,000 dead. These dual histories are all the more notable given that the United States and Canada were both seeking autonomy from the same country: Great Britain. The vast majority of British colonies, in fact, would gain their independence without killing anybody. This makes it all the more unreasonable that the Founding Fathers allowed a tax dispute with London to spiral into a devastating internecine war that sent thousands of families fleeing into Nova Scotia for their lives. We had way less Prohibition! Alcohol was effectively illegal in the United States from 1920 to 1933. The policy is now regarded as an epic failure, having spawned a dramatic rise in organized crime, political corruption and fatal poisonings. Canada also flirted with Prohibition after the First World War, but was much quicker to realize it was a terrible idea. Quebec, for one, repealed prohibition a mere two years after instituting it. The legal concept of “airspace,” in fact, was invented because the prohibitionist U.S. government objected to Canada constantly flying planeloads of whiskey over “dry” Alaska in order to resupply the Yukon. We’re not as fat! To be sure, Canada is still one of the fattest countries in the world. Just ask the thousands of new Canadians who sprout a beer belly almost immediately after swearing an oath to the Queen. Nevertheless, only 20.2 per cent of Canadian adults are obese. This is compared to 39.8 per cent of U.S. adults. This is despite the fact that Canadians similarly live in car-dependent cities, not to mention occupying a far colder country. However, the Great White North also lacks Cheez-Its and White Castle, which arguably means we are less susceptible to caloric temptation. We aren’t utterly crushed by debt! The Liberals under Justin Trudeau are the most spendthrift Canadian government in decades. Despite this, we’re still not even close to the utterly meteoric sums being run up by Washington. In the current fiscal year, the Canadian federal government is set to run up a deficit of $19.4 billion — roughly $524 per Canadian. In the U.S., meanwhile, a Republican-dominated Washington is set to rack up a federal deficit of $985 billion next year — or US$3,024 per American (CDN$4,032.40). The disparity gets even starker when comparing our respective national debts. The per-capita share of the Canadian federal debt is $17,800. In the U.S., it’s US$64,564 (CDN$86,057.68). Our obnoxious reality TV star failed miserably at politics! It may be hard to remember, but there was once a Canadian reality TV star who knew almost nothing about our political system and had no legislative experience whatsoever. Regardless, he figured he could use his wealth and star power alone to cruise into the prime minister’s office. Not only did Kevin O’Leary not become prime minister, but he withdrew from the Conservative leadership election within four months and continues to nurse $400,000 in campaign debts. To be fair, though, O’Leary’s political ambitions didn’t fall apart because Canadians have a deep-rooted culture of demanding sober, thoughtful and experienced legislators. Rather, it’s because O’Leary can’t speak French.
  24. 8 points
    dadda2

    Post pics of your pets

    i lost my big boy last october was heart broken this is our new addition her name is sky she a bitch and what a bitch lol shes now 11 months
  25. 8 points
    LtLaszlo

    Post pics of your pets

    Here's "daddy's little girl", Rosy. Almost 14 years old, diabetic and mostly blind. But a trooper and gets around pretty well for not seeing well! Still got some spirit!
  26. 8 points
    AyaqGuyaq

    So Worried About My Son

    LMFAO, Buddy!! Everyone is "American," at heart. "Give us your tired, your poor, your wretched, RobMc's son . . ." Hehheheahheahheahehehehhaehehaew! Ayaq
  27. 7 points
    Graywolf

    A lot going on...

    Hey all sry for the absence of late a lot going on with my business and at home i will try and be on in the next couple of days. cant wait to shoot ya!!!! lol
  28. 7 points
    Ruggerxi

    Adopt an XI Critter!

    I want the pussy!! cat one please
  29. 7 points
    Icequeen

    50 years..Wow!

    @Unchilenoknows all about faking. Faked it with him a few times.
  30. 7 points
    LtFireman

    LtFireman

    This is a RE-Introduction. I first registered as BCNU and that is the name i Introduced as. I changed my name because i am a wild land fire fighter with Ga. I also travel to other states fighting fire such as Texas, California, and Alaska. I enjoy being outdoors, hunting and fishing.
  31. 7 points
    Timmah!

    World's Best Lasagna!

    1 lb. beef, 1 lb. Italian sausage, 60 oz. pasta sauce, 1lb. Mozzarella, 1 lb. Cheddar, garlic, onions, basil, a little sugar. Recipe: https://www.allrecipes.com/recipe/23600/worlds-best-lasagna/
  32. 7 points
    Sixgun

    HAPPY 4TH OF JULY AMERICA!!!!!

    GOD BLESS AMERICA!!! HAPPY 4TH OF JULY!! 2019-07-03 21.34.31.mp4
  33. 7 points
    Lunkster

    Thinking of moving

    You only have to put some words on a piece of paper @FUNky @Icequeen Once you're through the border controls you can loaf about and claim benefits from our state, just tell them you're claiming asylum and you'll be in a 6 room mansion in no time, all paid for by us people who pay into the system but can't claim any help from it...
  34. 7 points
    deerejon

    Freeze Tag Rotation

    mp_malta2 mp_agx_eindhoven mp_akushima mp_ax_neuville mp_ax_trainwreck mp_communique mp_newhurtgen mp_doc78 mp_drum mp_ict_stone mp_jungle mp_kwalajein mp_courtyard mp_provence5 mp_ravine map mp_salerno map mp_seelow map mp_stronghold map mp_ugcarena map mp_vacant 16 Days I know I know...sorry!! RLS...
  35. 7 points
    Merlin007

    Fireworks Announcement

  36. 7 points
  37. 7 points
    Oh Johnny, what have you done? I like Canada. I grew up across the St. Lawrence River from Prescott, Ontario and spent a lot of time there. All of my ancestors and my wife's ancestors are French Canadian. We grew up eating poutine. My grandfather taught me French. We listened to Canadian radio stations. And I've screwed a lot of Canadian women: the drinking age in Canada in the '60s was 21 and in NY State, 18. So Canadians came to my home town of Ogdensburg, NY to drink and when the girls would miss their rides back home, we'd take them home. All that said, I cannot stand by while my country is put down without throwing some national insults right back at ya, to wit... - For about 8 months of the year you can’t do the simplest of human activites in Canada like going out for a walk, sitting on the patio or on a bench in the park, even opening the window to bring in some fresh air. - If you have a health issue that requires long term care, be prepared to wait a long time if you don't die first. Canadians come to the U.S. for long-term care. - The country is divided and loosely bound together. Quebec doesn’t feel belonging and has never signed the Canadian constitution. - The liberal socialist government is literally in every aspect of a Canadian's life from where they go to school to whether they are eating trans-fat in the restaurants. - Job creation is weak and jobs are hard to find. Finding a job in Canada is like finding a girlfriend. It is a major life event that all your family and friends will be celebrating with you. - By and large, Canadians are fat. Like bears, they need to put on weight to suffer the Canadian winters but while bears sleep the winter months away, Canadians drink the winters months away. - Shopping online sucks. Nothing is shipped to Canada. Many of international brands and manufacturers won't ship anything to most of Canadian provinces. They are limited to local brands and lower quality brands - Computers, electronics, food and gas are expensive. Ridiculous prices everywhere. - Up to a $3,000 difference for a European car brand manufactured in Michigan. Insurance coverage is very expensive with, basic liability $100/month if you're lucky. - Malls and stores close at 5 p.m. on weekends. - There is an absence of famous chains: IHOP, Applebee's, TGI Friday's, Dennys, Taco Bell, etc. - 12% taxes: provincial plus federal. - Wages are low: entry level salary for a fresh graduate is ridiculous. Canada is a country with no jobs for new immigrants, regardless of however suitably qualified they are, young or senior. Even the simple blue-collar jobs are hard to find. - The country does not have a distinct flavor or national identity except in Quebec where they really cherish their language, their history, culture and identity. Otherwise, life in Canada doesn’t really come with a sense of belonging. - Universities/Education: international students who decide to study Canada are sorry but idiots, if you are going to pay $25k a year for tuition, go to an American university. - The country lacks ambition. It doesn’t seek first place economically, technologically, in the military, in politics, arts, education or anything, and it isn’t known or famous for anything special or spectacular except for the CN Tower. - The bank gives you an Interac card but you can't use it online and can't use it internationally. - Expensive fees are everywhere: drivers license is $100/year, change of address $120/year, checking account $5/month, ridiculous condo fees. - Boring cities, nothing to do - No real industry, etc... - Nobody goes to Canada for vacation. HAPPY CANADA DAY, eh?
  38. 7 points
    They posted his baby picture at the town hall and he was laughed out of town .........................
  39. 7 points
    If he ever wanted to come back and play, he would just need to apologize for doing what he did and then we could work something out.
  40. 7 points
    beers went and changed his name to whatever it was I can’t remember right now I’m on the road, he either rented a server or started playing on a different server which is fine, he stopped playing on our servers for a long time. Where the problem is and the reason he was banned is because I got a message from someone with a screenshot showing a pm from beers saying to stop playing on our servers and come play on this other server that he plays on. I’ve had people tell me he was doing this over chat programs which is fine, nothing I can do about it and isn’t breaking any rules but is not cool at all. Once I got this proof he was doing it on our website then the ban was put in place. He was always free to play here all he wanted just not as an admin, but decided to go a different route, I’ve had conversations with him trying to get him to work this out but didn’t want anything to do with it that’s the story, he doesn’t want to play here and he doesn’t want others to play here Have a great weekend
  41. 6 points
    Ruggerxi

    COD4 Hide N Seek server is up

    By request we are bringing back the Hide n Seek server. You can play it here 192.223.24.172:28960 >XI< Hide and Seek The concept of the mod is really simple, it is the same as other props mods in other games. The hiders can disguise as objects, and hide on the map
  42. 6 points
    WldPenguin

    Adopt an XI Critter!

    Here she is, feeling right at home with...... some of the others
  43. 6 points
    Woody_Ger

    A slightly different beer(s) video

    I found this video from 2012 Beers i miss you in the Clan.... 😥 😣 Video from Beers.mp4
  44. 6 points
    BUDMAN

    This is for RobMc

    Lmao...
  45. 6 points
    RobMc

    Thinking of moving

    Your best bet is to stay in your profession as you'll be classed as an immigrant and it is easier to get in if you have a job to go to or profession, unless you're a refugee. There is a body, forget their name, who deals with different educational award equivalents, that should be your first step, google it. Like the rest of the UK Scotland has many unemployed, do not think you'll get another job easily, you'll need at least £25,000 to last a year if you don't get a job. Good luck Queenie if you follow your dreams but better to visit on holiday first and look around. Sharpe is right about the rain, and the snow, and the gales, and the midges - heaven. www.naric.org.uk
  46. 6 points
    7Toes

    new toy

  47. 6 points
    Chips Ahoy

    Post pics of your pets

    me and my homie looking at your bs
  48. 6 points
    Icequeen

    It is time!!

  49. 6 points
    dadda2

    wedding anniversary

    well its been 37 years married to the same women{sandradee2} and its 37 years of happiness may we have many more love you wife xx
  50. 6 points
    Well said, @Ruggerxi!
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