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    That's hilarious - thanks for the pictures!

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    How does this guy not know? Wow...
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    wait, we finally know who deaf CD thief is? man I have been out of the forums for too long!

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    Our guys were on it in days, before I was unpacked from CGE I had the phone ringing with the guys name, location, what car he drives etc. (Don't know if the source wants to be revealed, but UBER thanks to him).
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    man, I wonder what he did with all those CDs. CGE Adventures needs a Genesis port that features a first person CD throwing segment like the ninja stars segment of Shinobi.

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    OK, next mission: someone needs to get a copy of the game signed by him.

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    They tried and the closest they got was him signing a piece of paper but instead he wrote "I don't want this" on it

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    Quote Originally Posted by random_dave View Post
    They tried and the closest they got was him signing a piece of paper but instead he wrote "I don't want this" on it
    I bet he kept the pen too, lol

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