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  1. The State of the City How Has Rockford Performed? Vincent Rockford, Mayor of Los Santos, considered by many to be a little camera-shy due to his lack of public appearances and press engagement, was inaugurated a little over a year ago (Source: Weazel News) after the public fall from grace of the former Mayor, who resigned over conflict with business taxes. Since his inauguration, the city of Los Santos has seen changes at the government level, but how has Rockford stacked up in Los Santos? How Has The Media Reported The Rockford Administration? While scarce, there are several sources of Rockford's relations with the press, with the earliest, of course, being the Weazel News article of his inauguration over a year ago. In the article, former governor Holdsworth stated that Rockford will bring 'an organised administration and stability', and while the government has appeared both organised and stable from the outside, it's difficult to see the effects of any policy that has been pushed by the current administration due to the 'behind-the-scenes' ideology of the current government, who rarely push press releases or release things through press organisations at all, coupled with the fact that the government do not currently collect any statistics for the effects of their policies or run any think-tanks on their own behalves. Earlier this year, Saints News issued a Freedom of Information Request on the demographics of the Los Santos Police Department which went unactioned due to the inability of the police department to compile statistics. The next source we have comes from R&R, which began as a breakaway group from Weazel News following an internal split from the latter towards the end of last year. The 'Bureau of Licensing shuts down The Vanilla Unicorn' was the first real experience that the public saw of Mayor Rockford, the venue was highly controversial even in its peak and its shutdown was well received by many. To quote the article, "Vasquez’ questions of whether the LSPD present were aware of the laws they were enforcing on behalf of the government and if said laws were written at the time of the incident (referencing the Rule of Law) went unanswered. Dimakos claimed the staff were obstructing, to which the Unicorn’s staff and Vasquez reaffirmed that they were not and that the LSPD could walk past them.". No follow-up, further publication or clarification was ever offered. The final source comes from Saints News, which followed a first-of-it's-kind press meeting with Mayor Rockford regarding the controversial Business Code. 'Interview With Mayor Rockford' came at a time of a social media flurry regarding the newly-pushed law, with the question of 'You're familiar with the fourth amendment, I'd assume. How would you, having read the plain text of these sections, respond to those who call the scope of these searches able to be conducted by the Department of Finance unconstitutional?' raised flags regarding the issue of the scope of power granted to the city government, but this question remained unanswered. The law itself was pushed via Section 36b of the City Charter, which is listed as; 'Upon suspension of City Council activities, limited legislative powers are granted to the office of the mayor to enact ordinances addressing critical issues within the City of Los Santos, subject to the Governor’s veto, with all legislation enacted during the time subject to review during the first City Council session after resumption of its activities.' In regards to this section, the following was asked; 'I see you're listing the supposed 'pros' of the law, but it still doesn't answer how this was a critical issue needing to be addressed. This couldn't have waited until a city council is formed?' in which Rockford claimed a study had been conducted to support the passing of the legislation as a critical issue. This study has not been released to the public. The 'Election Question' A year flies by and Los Santos appears to be no closer to holding elections - at his inauguration, Rockford said this; 'However, it is one of my main goals as the mayor to make sure the administration I leave behind is robust enough to accommodate elections. I can promise you that appointing the City Clerk to oversee the elections is one of my priorities.' when it comes to the City Charter, amended by the Rockford Administration, elections are incredibly brief. The sections regarding Elections in the City Government. Further on, no legislation or action has been undertaken in public regarding the establishment of elections, however, this may be due to the 'behind-the-scenes' working of the City Government. When asked in August, Rockford had this to say regarding the election cycle. 'At the moment? We're in full swing to build sufficient district infrastructure for the elections to happen. Not only the actual voting stations, but also district offices.' the status of the aforementioned infrastructure is currently unknown and there have been no further comments of the establishment of the cities election cycle. So What Has Been Done? As stated previously, it's hard to gauge the effectiveness of Rockford's changes to the city, however, the general premise of the Government Grants & Loans has appeared to placed nicely in the hearts of business owners throughout the city, with one stating bluntly that the system has 'saved my business more times than I can count.' In terms of transparency, the Government has established the bulletin, which is published weekly here, which publishes the weekly legislation placed into effect as well as the registration of new businesses and the dissolution of the old. It's very difficult to gauge further effectiveness of the governments' policy due to the lack of outright clear indications, studies and research on the subject. While the government may be either effective or ineffective, one thing that is not is transparent, it's difficult to find out who's currently working in the government or what's going on, whether we're moving to elections or not, whether legislation is currently being passed, introduced or rejected or whether anything is even happening at present. Los Santos - do you believe the government is effective or transparent? Let us know in the comments below. Saints News #ForSaintsBySaints
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  2. Menyoo stuff can actually open up an IC job. Photography job for example; they'd still have to actually shoot in game ICly with effort to try and get them in good angles etc. and then the photographer just have to recreate it in menyoo for depth of field and more feature added. Then as mentioned above by @Invictus I very much agree that it is bothering when a character can be as hot as Harry Styles or Camila Cabello but then very ugly in-game. (Not part of the argument) I wish you can record in RageMP and put it into rockstar editor. So, pure GTAW no menyoo no singleplayer.
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  3. INTERVIEW WITH DJ AOI LOLA MENDOZA Warm greetings, Los Santos! The long-awaited interview with DJ AOI is finally here. Per usual, Saints News always delivers its promises! For those who are uninformed, DJ AOI (Rina Lee) is Los Santos' resident DJ, a well-known one too! Her notable characteristics during her performances are the famous musical theme nights and fabulous cosplays that go along with it. Additionally, the music she plays portrays her excitement and commitment that she has for her audience. If you haven't had the chance to visit one of her thematic nights, now is the right time to consider it! You can also show your full support for DJ AOI by clicking on her Facebrowser profile -here-. You can check the entire interview down below, with the inclusion of DJ AOI's picture. RINA LEE (DJ AOI) ____________________ THE INTERVIEW Lola: How did it all start for you, your career as a DJ? Rina (DJ AOI): Well, it's a long story. It all started when I was fourteen. It was a bumpy road for me, as back in Seoul, where I was born and raised, I've seen the music video of my favorite band - Girls' Generation. It was called "Catch me if you can." And then, like in the cartoons, a light bulb flashed above my head and I thought "I want to be a KPop idol". So after a long debate, my parents finally agreed on it. I recorded audition tapes of me singing and dancing to this song and I got accepted by CUBE entertainment. Although the journey of becoming a KPop star is really, I dare to say, rough. There were plenty of training, dancing and singing classes. We were divided into dorms by gender, so there was no time whatsoever to meet with boys. Not even going to mention dating, because it's a big scandal automatically. I was doing good, graduating from class to class, since school was important to me. I practically lived like a robot. But things were going well for me. I was assigned for a girl group project including 3 other girls with me, I was "maknae" of the group, which means I was the youngest face and the main dancer. But during one of dance practices I did one thing I don't recommend to anyone. I jumped in the air and wanted to finish it with a split. Sounds exciting. But along with the beat of the song I've heard a cracking sound. It was my knee. I couldn't move my leg, and froze in that position. Girls and my coach immediately knew that something's wrong with me, because I didn't get up. They called for an ambulance. It turned out that I dislocated my kneecap and unfortunately, my KPop career ended with this unfortunate occurrence. After years of rehabilitation, I was still dabbling with music, recording covers on my iPhone, playing on guitar and making DJ sets. I still have everything saved on my spare hard drive. Then I came to Los Santos intending to study at ULSA. I wanted to push my musical dreams aside, to become a programmer and work for game developers, until I came to Club Fusion with my friend. And I exactly remember that DJ RoE was on decks. I was excited for this party. I loved every second of his set, then I decided to message him on FaceBrowser, letting him know that I'm a rookie artist that would look for some guidance, and maybe he would kindly help me to kickstart my DJ career. I came to the empty club, played my first ever set in front of him, his jaw dropped, and we cooperate until today. Lola: That is a touching story, Rina. I'm glad that you've shared it with us, also that you found inspiration elsewhere when you were met with difficulties in your life. Who or what was your biggest inspiration? Rina (DJ AOI): I have a lot of people who inspire me at work. First of them is John himself. He's my mentor, I treat him like my father. I know he wants the best for me and always gives me constructive criticism regarding my work whenever I ask him. Second is Kim Hyoyeon, or HYO. She belonged to Girls' Generation and started a solo career as a DJ after the band became less popular. And well, my dearest friends who always get my back. Julia, Yoona, Ari, and Chris - along with my boyfriend. Lola: How would you describe your development as an artist? Rina (DJ AOI): I can say that in my sets there's always room for improvement. After the gig, I always sit down, get my sheet mask on and think what I could've done better. Whether it's interaction with the crowd or my song choices. I never stand with my chin raised, thinking "oh yeah, I'm that bitch, no one is as good as me", because simply it's not true. We have a lot of talents in the City, and we, artists, love to cooperate and not compete with each other. Lola: What is it about DJing that makes it interesting for you? Rina (DJ AOI): That it's not boring, simple as that. Every gig is different. Different people come, every set has its main theme. I even like to push it further and even dress for an occasion, like I did with The Garden, or our themed nights at Heat, when I make an original costume idea or cosplay some of my favorite characters. So far I dressed up as Sailor Venus and Gogo Yubari from Kill Bill. I don't know why, I always like to pick strong female characters I'm dressing up as, and that's what makes people excited, the fact that there's always something fresh and unexpected when I play. Lola: What was your first performance as a DJ like? Rina (DJ AOI): Oh, I remember I played really safe. Most of the songs were from known artists like The Prodigy, Scooter, and ATB. I'm not saying they were bad, per se. But I was keeping myself in my comfort zone for a long time. I was afraid that people wouldn't like me if I played harder tunes, like trance or dubstep, because it's a niche - not everyone likes this type of music. But then I talked with John and Jules (owner of Bahama Mamas). They suggested that I should experiment with my sets, play harder. Blow the roof, as people like to say it. Lola: Any particularly memorable night which you're fond of as a DJ? Rina (DJ AOI): It's definitely my debut at Heat along with John, I was so shy. I barely touched the microphone, he then nudged me lightly and told me to relax. People started chanting my name, cheering up. I even teared up a little on stage. It was just out of this world. Having chills down my spine, my friends were there and they all group hugged me, telling me how great I did that night. Lola: What's your routine before the beginning of a set? Any preparations? Rina (DJ AOI): Usually it's just a normal girl routine, I lay down in a hot tub with a face mask on, get some iced tea. Patiently watching the time, then I prepare my make up, get dressed and depart. Oh, and I always get a can of cherry cola before stepping on the stage. Lola: Can you describe your state of mind during the performance? Rina (DJ AOI): I always try to remain calm. I put my heart and soul into the gig. It's like I'm trying to tell you the story with each set, how much I love doing this for my crowd. And I think it shows with my energy. If I would be, I don't know - depressed, or allow other unpleasantries to rule over me, it wouldn't be the same. Lola: Speaking of, to continue onto your next answer. The relationship with the audience is crucial for the DJ, what is your approach to it? Rina (DJ AOI): For me, it's mandatory to cooperate with the crowd. When you just stand here, without at least bopping your head to the music you're playing, the crowd would be dead as well, and that's not the point of it. When I supervise other DJs, I always try to give them as much positive energy as possible, cheer them up, give them a piece of advice. And I can see that if people see that you're enjoying yourself, they will join you in doing the same, living their life, forgetting about problems. Lola: I witnessed several of your gigs, and I do have to say that you're astonishingly engaging with your crowd! Can you name one subgenre that you think it doesn't get the attention it deserves? Further on, do you have a favorite genre? Rina (DJ AOI): Hm, I'm comfortably introducing people and getting them familiarized with trance, although they tend to express their concerns with that particular genre of music - mostly as it's something they aren't accustomed to. And I would say that's one of my favorite genres, but I'm not generalizing. I love music, it's like a band-aid for our hearts. Because it's with us for most of our lives. Lola: Do you have any nuisances when it comes to the DJ scene? Rina (DJ AOI): Well, only one. People think that I'm a jukebox. Screaming to me to play Madonna or something. It's not that easy to alter your whole set in five seconds and play the song they want to hear. There's an app for it, it's called Spotify, or YouTube. I may do a subtle request, but only if it fits the theme. Do you imagine playing an upbeat song, and then breaking it with, I don't know, Frank Sinatra? That would completely kill the mood of the party. Lola: Precisely what I was thinking, too. Rina (DJ AOI): At least you understand, that's why I love having you on my gigs. Lola: Personal opinion on Los Santos' nightlife? Rina (DJ AOI): Hm, I think that with our current DJ staff and clubs that have been opened, I think it's the renaissance of the city's club scene. Everyone has something to represent, every gig is different, everyone gives you another experience. Lola: And lastly. Any advice for the aspiring DJs? Rina (DJ AOI): Keep on trying, don't be shy to ask the DJ a few questions after the gig if you want to become a DJ yourself. We're artists, we have to understand each other, cooperate, become friends. You want to become a DJ? Sure! Everyone is different, and that's what makes the scene exciting. We're not clones. So you can't say to yourself that you're not good enough before you even try. __________ Stay tuned for more interesting articles in the future! As always, reach out to Saints News with any stories! MORE FROM SAINTS Howling Relic: Great Chaparral Mine Shaft The Perception of Gangs DRESS TO IMPRESS (Businesswear) Saints News #ForSaintsBySaints
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  4. Short description: I've seen people put custom rims on their vehicles and they all have low profile tires, meaning very thin tires, which in most cases, certain types of vehicles, such as a muscle car, would have thicker tires to facilitate the extra torque and the burnouts they have, and drift cars, or tuners, would have less traction and more rubber in order to prevent the tires burning out so quickly. Detailed description: I've noticed that everyone and their mothers have thin tires, unless they choose to use stock rims, which isn't very realistic, especially on some vehicles like muscle cars, or the more drift type cars such as the Futo. To facilitate having more rubber so you don't burn through your tire and end up with cracked or buckled rims for your vehicles, you'd choose to have more rubber and thinner rims. So, I have come up with the idea (and I have heard people talking about this in the past as well, it's not just myself) to add a categorization to the different tires within the mechanic shop menu, so rather than having it numbered with the same rims, you have to choose to go for "Muscle" rims for instance, as you would within GTA:Online or GTA V's base game, meaning more variety on rims, as well as having off-road tires for the vehicle that would have them and not just the same set of rims on everyone vehicle. It would also be nice to have colored rims as well, but that may just be pushing it, and some people argue that would be tacky, but done right and colored rims look very nice, however I would make another suggestion form for that in itself. Commands to add: None, it would be to add tabs onto the mechanic wheels menu. Items to add: Other rims and tires from GTA:O and possibly, in the future, modded ones as well. How would your suggestion improve the server? It would add variety to peoples vehicles, and if someone has a Sultan that they bought specifically for off-roading they would be able to put off-road rims onto it in order to avoid confusion between the fact that it can or can't go off-roading. And for the larger trucks that are more often used for such an act, you could have a different set of rims for them, and rather have the tiny pieces of rubber that would snap like a guitar string on the slightest of sharp edges. Additional information:
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  7. ah yes, softcore porn, a trademark of a respectable news outlet
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  9. ( Don't judge me, if I'm wrong. I'm shit w/ cars ;-; ) That ... Lambo? ... shouldn't be allowed at all. I am pretty sure using cars that aren't available on GTAW is against the rules. There's a set of rules about FB somewhere on forum.gta.world too! But, the clothing mods are pretty chill, I'd like to think so at least.
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  10. Whilst I can see the appeal of using Menyoo I do believe that it's time for it to be regulated, because whether people see it or not the content people produce with it sets an example of the server be it on Facebrowser, character threads or whatever. It encourages lazy and subpar roleplay, because if you're spending so long making that perfect fake screenshot for a couple dozen likes on Facebrowser then you're not on the server, developing your character with meaningful roleplay. Yes, it can enhance your experience of the server but if misused can also be a detriment, especially when it's used to powergame things that just aren't there and situations that wouldn't happen. Even if it technically doesn't effect anyone else, it just looks stupid at times. This is why I think it needs to be regulated, perhaps with a general set of guidelines on the dos and donts so that it maintains an accurate representation of not only characters, but the server as a whole. Tldr; I don't mind if it stays, as long as it's regulated somehow. As always if you do see something that's blatant powergaming, or breaks any other rules don't hesitate to report it or drop a roleplay quality report so we're aware of poor character portrayal and such.
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  11. People are achieving things in-game by using Menyoo out of the game that they otherwise wouldn't have achieved via the script. Because nobody cares to regulate the usage of it, it's abused by the majority of people that like to play as females without understanding exactly how to roleplay a female so just prance around in pretty dresses and make-up and insult people on Facebrowser for the fuck of it. As long as Facebrowser exists, so will Menyoo. And lets be honest... Facebrowser is going nowhere because it keeps the loud majority happy that'll otherwise leave because they have nothing else to do other than have sex, talk dirty on the platform and post soft core porn pictures of their characters using Menyoo to tweak it up. You encourage stupidity, you attract stupidity and then it multiplies like a bacterial host. It's too far into Facebrowser now to turn back so complaining really doesn't get you anywhere and most of the time when you do complain you get into trouble for doing so.
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  13. I Rped In samp, the server I used to RP in was IMRP
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  14. Italy Mafia Roleplay, or atleast it was ! joined early 2012 it was back then until 2015
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  15. Club History In the fall of 1990, southern San Andreas’ newest sport, golf, arrived in Los Santos in what was destined to be an important and influential manner. A group of dedicated and enthusiastic residents of Los Santos organized a voluntary association, which would lay the groundwork for the Los Santos Golf and Country Club, although it has adapted other names throughout the years. After nearly two years worth of planning, the club, based in Rockford Hills officially opened on January 27th 1992. Its Clubhouse, tennis courts and nine holes of golf has served as the club’s home ever since. In 1998 it rebranded itself as the Great Western Club and Golfing Society, otherwise known as the GWC. On it’s official ten year birthday, the GWC and Golfing Society opened up the course and played host to the great Los Santos Open Tournament in 2002, along with a record high of numerous charitable events held at the clubhouse. Reginald Berkowitz took home a grand prize total of $100,000 of the pool $175,000. Members of the GWC and Golfing Society take delight in outstanding golf and tennis programs along with a whole host of social calendar events. The club is registered as an oasis in the middle of Los Santos with members who appreciate the history and traditions of their Club. The Los Santos Golf and Country Club Customs and Traditions We are pleased to welcome you to the Los Santos Golf and Country Club since 1992, we have established a series of customs and traditions in order to heighten your experience at the Club. In order to enjoy your experiences at the club, we ask that you observe the following policies: Men’s Attire Men’s shirts must have sleeves and collars, shirts must be worn inside one’s trousers. Men’s slacks must of be of a tailored nature. Golf attire is acceptable at all times in the Locker Room, Bathrooms and travelling to and from the Clubhouse and our car parking facilities. After 6.00 p.m. gentlemen are required to wear a jacket in all other areas of the Clubhouse unless specifically specified for a social or charitable event. Outside of the Clubhouse, caps are allowed and may only be worn with the bill facing forward. Women’s Attire Women’s shirts and blouses must be worn inside slacks or skirts. Women’s slacks must be of a tailored nature and must be ankle length or longer. Skirts must be no shorter than 3” above the knee. Golf attire is acceptable at all times in the Locker Room, Bathrooms and travelling to and from the Clubhouse and our car parking facilities. After 6:00 p.m. dress, dress-like skirt and blouse, suit, tailored pants suit, pants and blazer or evening wear is acceptable following the length guidelines above. Women may wear brimmed hats, not golf caps, coordinating their with their outfits in the Clubhouse. Unacceptable Attire The following items of attire and actions are unacceptable on the grounds of the Los Santos Golf and Country Club, exceptions will be noted: Denim fabric of any color and or kind. Shorts of any kind. Caps, hats (excepted noted as above) or visors in all areas of the Clubhouse. Cargo pants, leggings, jogging and gym attire. Athletic t-shirts and jerseys. Apparel containing slogans, not permitted by the Club. Changing shoes in the parking lot. Dress Code Exceptions: Shorts (exercise or Bermuda), athletic t-shirts and denim pants of any color may be worn from the parking lot to the locker rooms, or vice versa. These exceptions are made solely to accommodate the changing of clothes. Loitering in the Locker Room (including card play, TV watching and drinking) whilst in shorts, t-shirts or denim pants is not permitted. Membership Members are billed monthly. To become a member of the Los Santos Golf and Country Club you must be accredited by an already existing member of the club. Club members enjoy the full experience the Club has to offer. Club members are permitted to bring up to two guests, as long as they adhere to the guidelines above, however they will be billed for a day-pass for each guest they bring. Reduced fees for member's guests. Members-only events. Payment Please note, while at The Los Santos Golf and Country Club all charges must be billed to the member's account who is hosting the guest. We do not allow guests to charge back to their home club and cash is not accepted, except to pay our caddies. The Los Santos Golf and Country Club does not allow tipping. Have a drink on us! Your celebration calls for not just any venue, but a great one. With our quality facilities, set in the beautiful surrounding of Rockford Hills, we welcome the clubs members to a whole host of private events, gatherings, festive celebrations and weddings. To get the occasion just right and a perfect start to it, your guests will enjoy complimetary drinks on reception as a gift from us. So, if you're celebrating a birthday, anniversary or engagement our events manager will help plan your big day! You can get in contact with us on Facebrowser or via e-mail. Celebrate in style! Capacity: The venue can hold up to forty guests with many more outside on our lovely patio! Function type: Weddings, wakes, private and corporate parties, christenings. You name it! Enquire for more details by messaging us via our Facebrowser page! Miscellaneous Alcohol. Instances of intoxication on Club property may be subject to appropriate disciplinary action. Club employees may refuse service of alcoholic beverages to any individual they feel is intoxicated or on the verge of becoming intoxicated. No Club Liability. The club assumes any responsibility or liability for the loss of, or damage to, property of members, guests, or visitors, or for any other loss or damage sustained by members or their guests in the clubhouse or on the grounds. Lost articles not claimed within thirty (30) days may be disposed of at the discretion of the General Manager. Member Responsibility. Each member and their family members are responsible to see that everything is in good order, cleaned up and in good condition after using any part of the clubhouse, outside facility or golf carts and grounds. Directions Dorset Drive, Los Santos, San Andreas, SA 90024.
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  16. Judiciary of San Andreas The Judiciary of San Andreas is composed of both the entire Judicial Branch of San Andreas, while also assuming some executive functions of the San Andreas Department of Justice in order to provide a comprehensive legal roleplay establishment for the exercise of law. The Judiciary of San Andreas handles BAR Licensing of private attorneys which may be found here, along with managing the District Attorney system of San Andreas which has been established here. It also handles any casefile work from traffic, civil, and criminal offenses along with the power to review warrants and interpret various statutory legal provisions. The Judiciary is lead by the Chief Justice of San Andreas, who's position is found within the IC Constitution of San Andreas here, and remains until resignation or removal. Example of a Court Case with the District Attorney Court Salary Payscale Chief Justice - $100,000 (Weekly) - 1 Associate Justice - $85,000 (Weekly) - Max 8 District Attorney - $80,000 (Weekly) - Max 1 Assistant District Attorney - $60,000 (Weekly) - Max 4 Paralegals/Assistants - $35,000 (Weekly) - Max 4 More information on the faction San Andreas Bar Attorney List San Andreas Bar Association Recruitment San Andreas Judiciary Discord Judiciary Faction Thread
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