One shot, one kill, no skill?
How? Easy. Just pay for some cheats. One we heard of kills everyone
on your current battlefield with the click of one button on your PC.
There are tons of other cheats. Another one is called Artificial Aiming,
you don’t have to aim your weapon, just hit the trigger and it will kill
your opponent for you. You just win, win, win!
In fact, for an additional $25/month subscription for a certain hack site,
you can have AimBot which includes these features:
- Uberdamage (only one bullet is needed to kill a player instantly)
- Auto Spot (spot everyone on the map, automatic. You’ll get the spotbonus for every kill your team makes)
- Massmurder (kill everybody with a single button)
- No Recoil
- No Breathing
- Visibility Checks
- Soldier Aimbot
- Vehicle Aimbot (All land vehicles, Chopper gunner and Helo transport machine gunner Aimbot for air vehicles)
- Aim Styles (Off, When firing, Full auto)
- Targeting Styles (Closest Target, Closest to crosshair, Highest Threat, Lowest Health, etc.)
- SlowAim (Off, On) (+ Configurable slow aim speed)
- AimAngle (Off, On) (+ Configurable autoaim rotation angle)
- AutoFire (Off, On)
- FriendlyFire (Off, On)
Don’t ask me what all those do, I am not into the cheats, but you can more
information by googling Artificial Aiming. We are not suggesting that you cheat, because
it you might be banned and lose your account, even though that hack site claims that it’s
hacks are not detectable.
Well, that is corporate America at what it does best: exploiting anyone,
anywhere, with as much greed and deceit as they can muster. But this time,
they can not exercise their unscrupulous greed in the states due to the law,
so they are targeting UK adults and kids.
According to DailyMail.com…
“Facebook will offer real money betting on horse racing
and football matches in a major expansion of its gambling
Yes, Facebook, the social site that all kids love and all parents trust has
become the new ‘Vegas’, glittering lights, shiny toys, and deceitful advertising
to hook your kids on gambling. Facebook has made a deal with Paddy Power, a big
player in the gambling industry. Facebook already offers virtual slot machines
to kids as young as 13, with advertising promises of real money games on their
18th birthday. The kids are looking forward to the REAL MONEY games already.
Both Facebook and PaddyPower claim that the have strict controls on the location
and age of the players. Although critics claim that kids are resourcefull enough
to use their parents credit card and lie about their age, etc. etc. And what
about those virtual debit cards and or disposable debit cards?
It was bad enough when Blizzard Entertainment released their game where
you fight the devil himself: Diablo III Burning Hells. Full of demons
that can only come from Satan himself. This reinforces the actual existence
of demons and their leader Satan. Horror movies do this also, but this is
difference because it is interactive.
But then to make matter ten times worse, another developer has released a
video game called Journey of Jesus: The Calling. In this game, the players
actually walk in the footsteps of Jesus in the streets of Israel in what
the developer calls “an authentic experience of Israel in Christ’s time”.
There have been other games based on religion, but they were combative,
such as attack of the Muslims, or the christian crusades. Those games
failed due to pressure from religious groups.
Personally, since we live in a country where state and religion are separate,
I think that those in religion should just stay in their church and worship
their mythological characters and not mess with the outside world. But, for
some delusional reason, they feel compelled to come out of their church and
get on TV and on the radio and meddled in society’s activities.