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  1. Why can’t we all get along. Black or white, brown or blue. I love you.
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  2. ^ glad even the PD gamers agree because I do too 🙂
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  3. (left to right: Victoria Moore, Marina Matsuyari, Claire Skye) (Thank you Mel Anderson for the studio!) Comments Enabled Username: Comment:
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  4. The Chinatown Collective aims to portray a realistic approach to a unique Chinese criminal organization based in Los Santos' Chinatown. Above everything, we emphasize character development & authentic roleplay to occur within & outside the organization. Coming into the faction, your expectations should be that everything must be treated strictly in-game. At any time, your character may be insulted, assaulted, or even killed. Joining will be vetted through submission of a small character background before being set-off for recruitment & progression in-game to make sure we stay true to the concept and keep a high level of roleplay & portrayal. Your character can be denied for a multitude of reasons, so it's best you reach out to leadership first before making a character that's attempting to join the organization. For any questions or guidance, please private message can#8229 or george#4074 on discord.
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  5. A brief overview: The unfunniest people on https://forum.gta.world/
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  6. attorney, lawyer, law firm, civil, contract, corporate, legal
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  7. Recently I've noticed that LEO RPers have been given a blanket excuse to stop any vehicle for not stopping at each and every intersection in the game. While I'm not gonna complain about that, but what's up with LEO's not stopping and following basic traffic laws? I refuse to believe that every cop has the required corruption perms to run every light and stop sign in game. They also only acknowledge this law when it comes time to stop an illegal RPer. I believe at this point it's becoming a portrayal issue. Another issue in itself is when cops ALPR snipe you; yes you heard me and you've probably seen it. Cops will come straight at you and then turn off a few seconds before impact to grab your plate information. It's also apparent when a cop stops in the middle of a road and just waits for you to pass them for them to give you some excuse as to why you're being stopped. These things all become impactful when it's every cop in the city doing it. As I write this I've witnessed a handful of cops doing it. Anyone think this is crazy too?
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  8. Username: TrueAmerican Comment: DON'T WORRY, I GOT MYSELF A TRANSLATOR FOR WHATEVER LANGUAGE ADRIAN ROSSI IS SPEAKING!! 🤣🤣🤣🤣
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  9. Training Day Part 2: Push
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  10. Gruppe 6 Officer-Involved Fatal Shooting - Mirror Park/Los Santos Gruppe 6 Corporate Security Main Headquarters, Los Santos, San Andreas On April 26th, 2022, Tuesday, at approximately 8:45 PM, during the course of a regular daily patrol check-ups in Mirror Park, Nikola Place, one Gruppe 6 Corporate Security officer was involved in a deadly shooting incident. On the date and time specified above, the officer was performing his regular security patrol check-up duty on a residential property when two young males jumped off the rear fences of the property and engaged in a shooting with the officer. Although the officer managed to shoot down one of the gunmen, he was fatally shot by the second one on the drive way of the residential property, where, unfortunately, he was pronounced dead on the scene later on. The gunmen, one with a white cap, white sweatshirt, green mouth scarf, black shorts; other one with a gray cap, black hoodie, black trousers, managed to flee the scene before the arrival of the law enforcement. The identification of the gunmen will not be released, under investigation by the Los Santos Police Department. The name of the officer deceased in the incident will not be released either, pending family notification. No further information concerning this investigation can be released by Gruppe 6 Corporate Security. All further media releases and updates will be provided by the Los Santos Police Department. Gruppe 6 Corporate Security shares the sorrow of their deceased officer's family and will be in direct communication with the Los Santos Police Department officials regarding the investigation. Gruppe 6 Corporate Security Public Relations Department
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  11. ULSA Newsroom University News ULSA welcomes Senator Adrian Rossi and Candidates Andrew Brandenburg and Bob Williams for the Republican Party Meet & Greet Anthony Hendrix | April 27, 2022 The University of Los Santos, San Andreas, saw another booming last night following the visit from the Democratic party on the 25th. Party Executive and Incumbent Senator Adrian Rossi and Candidates Andrew Brandenburg and Bob Williams from The Republican Party took centre stage. Dean Charlotte Dunois welcomed the audience and introduced ULSA's Student Union President, who arranged the event. "I am very proud of Ms McCarthy here for arranging this, using her voice to invite GOP here to speak to you all. I'll let her do the proper introductions!" Student Union President Alyssa McCarthy took centre stage. "I'm Alyssa McCarthy, and I'd like to welcome y'all to this evening's meet and greet, held here at the University of Los Santos and hosted by the Republican Party. As we're joined here to discuss and ask questions to the candidates of the upcoming elections, I'd like to read a short text written by Franklin Roosevelt, 32nd President of the United States. "Let us never forget that government is ourselves and not an alien power over us. The ultimate rules of our democracy are not a President and senators and congressmen and government officials, but the voters of this country. It gives me great pleasure to introduce Party Executive and Incumbent Senator Adrian Rossi and Candidates Andrew Brandenburg and Bob Williams. They will each be giving a small talk and taking questions. Please join me in giving them all a warm welcome!" The first speaker of the evening was Party Executive and Incumbent Senator Adrian Rossi. "Hello everyone! Thank you so much for comin' down n' showin' yer' support. It really means a lot t'oall of us, both to us runnin' for uoffice, but I believe it makes yer' faculty proud. Speakinna' which. Y'know, when I was tryna' schedule such an event, it was difficult t'manage the right time. It got a bit hard n' frustratin', but, it was the students that encouraged me t'keep tryin', and so here we are. That's why I'm very proud t'be addressin' you oall." Incumbent Senator Adrian Rossi's first address was concerning education and safety around education. He introduced the zoning bill sent in November of 2021 to increase campus security and the faculty's ability to enforce campus-specific policies. "So the subject that myself and I believe Mister Brandenburg wanted t'open up with was the topic of education. In the recent past, I've received coalls from students regardin' individuals who would come down to film students directly in their face, or acruoss the street which in turn would coause em' t'fear for their own safety. This should be a center for learnin'. Such activities which intend t'put people in fear for their wellbein' should not happen. That's why, for the third session of this Senate, I will be proposin' a zonin' change for ULSA. This is a ULSA-specific problem. I believe that, by grantin' ULSA the /responsibility/ over extra zonin' would work in the best interest of oall. This would allow yer' faculty or security guards t'shoo away anyone who intends t'disrupt the day-t'day of our next generation. " Senator Adrian Rossi followed on to education in south-central; he spoke of Davis High School and the Department of Education and its lack of a Superintendent of Education. "I recently received a droawin' from a student, Jasmine, Depictin' Davis High school on fire. When she handed it to me, that meant somethin', but not just to me, but for oall of us, and especially the Republicans within the Senate. We launched an investigation into the Department of Education, specifically the Superintendent of Education, as to why we still do not have an Education code for our youth. We put the pressure on, and it resulted in the resignation of the Superintendent of Education. In my opinion, this is the start of good change. We weed out issues that hold us back and begin to implement newer, better ones." Senator Adrian Rossi followed on with the idea of funding high school, middle, elementary and after-school programs. "This is why I'll be in favor of pushin the state to provide our high-schools and lower fundin' for after-school programs. It is important for our children to grow mentally and physically, uofferin' them a chance to learn and grow while stayin' uoff the streets. But, it can't just end there. We need to tackle this problem from many angles. — With such a program, we should be assistin' our loaw enforcement with targetin' those that wish to manipulate and groom our young population for a life of crime. So, we increase the efforts t'keep our children education while takin' manipulators of criminal life uoff the streets. I think that, with this multiple-pronged attack, we will definitely see an improvement in our education system." Senator Adrian Rossi ended his introduction and speech and introduced his fellow candidate Andrew Brandenburg. "Good evening ladies and gentlemen, honored faculty and - most importantly - dear students, and I do say "dear" because, in all honesty, I look at all of you gathered here and I see in you the beautiful future of our country. As Senator Rossi said, we, the Republican party, intend to push for a higher and widespread education in our beloved state and it is one of our main goals to assure that every young gentleman or lady. Can have access to education. " Candidate Andrew Brandenburg mentioned the right to education for all and spoke about the importance of access to education. "Now, as we all know, the right to education is a fundamental right and, by no means, should be hindered, not by the people, nor by the state, but, in fact, it should be promoted and presented in such way. That all young men and women could have access to the most powerful resource in the world, which is knowledge." Candidate Andrew Brandenburg continued by reciting Senator Adrian Rossi's points and ended his introduction and speech with the following. " And, as such, turn them into respectable citizens. An educated country and a strong education system creates specialists and specialists create good times. Which is why, in front of all of you, I pledge to dedicate my time. Into creating a safer educational environment, a more accessible educational system for the young men and women and to take more care about the future generations of our country. So help me God!" Senator Adrian Rossi introduced the final speaker, candidate Bob Williams. The newest candidate to the Republican Party. "My name is Bob Williams. I've served in the military, did two tours in Afghanistan. I've served as mayor in a town outta-state for four years, and I did years upon years of accounting for the Mecklenberg County Sheriff's office in North Carolina. I'm a lifetime registered Republican voter. I was most excited to vote while there were still fairly progressive Republicans around. That might say somethin' about me." Candidate Bob Williams continued to speak about his voting history before touching on his plan for policies. "The policies and thoughts I have for the future are widely available for anyone on Facebrowser and other places, so I'll focus on one for today. One that has left the city in a troubled state many times before. Who doesn't remember the riots of the years behind us? I'm talking ofcourse about the security sector of businesses. Too much incompetence has shown itself a suspect to many wrongs. But not to dwell on the past, let's look forward. How do we fix it? See, I wanna mandate and regulate a standardized training program for people wishing to work as security guards in the city. The incompetence we've seen in the field so far proves that just a simple test isn't quite enough." Senator Adrian Rossi thanked candidate Bob Williams. Before opening the floor for questions. The following questions were asked and answered by Senator Adrian Rossi: Q: I have to ask - You spoke 'bout giving young folks proper education. When I talk about education in line with relevant businesses, we have vehicle body shops, but do we train these mechanics in schools? Do we have caterin' schools? A: Well, in terms of trades or what have you, first we'd have to look into each trade, school, or university to see if such programs already exist or not, like with the university here. If there's a lack of funds. I believe that we can directly make an effort to the ULSA faculty if something is not provided. The faculty can address the problem with us, and the Senate thus far has been quite accommodating, offering the financial budget necessary for such. The following questions were asked and answered by candidate Andrew Brandenburg: Q: I just want to know your plans to spread education specifically to these gang-infested areas like South-central. A: Thank you for your question. First of all, once we have said "everyone", it is already implied that we will include those areas, but, as a matter of fact, we will focus even more on them, seeing the situation there. Now, as Senator Rossi said earlier, crime will always be. We can't eradicate it overnight nor force them to stop it. But, regarding your question, awareness is the first step to turning people away from crime and towards education. Q: How exactly do you plan on educating the youth in south Santos? Many people in South Santos are in a neverending cycle of crime and drug abuse, et cetera. How would you raise awareness? A: As I have said earlier, the first step is implementing an awareness programme. Seeing as the people there are. To quote you, "in a circle of crime", the best thing to do is interrupt that circle. We will create a workgroup that will study the area, create a social profile, and then will. Design various plans of public interaction with the people there. The target is not to take the area as a whole but to address individuals separately. The following questions were asked and answered by candidate Bob Williams: Q: What do you plan to do about the increasing use of military-grade weaponry on the streets? A: Military-grade- Woah, there. As an ex-military man, I can say that the weapons the average criminal gets their hands on aren't/military/. Either way, these regulations aren't about criminals- and more about preventing civilian injuries and casualties that only happen due to a lack of training and experience. Q: Following your plans for the security guard training. Will you seek to outfit them with further rights to do their work? A: I believe that- with more regulation and training- further rights can be afforded to what a security guard can do. Furthermore, Miss Summers, another candidate of the Republican party who unfortunately isn't here for this question- is seeking to make changes to the SHAFT act. Now, onto one point in your question. When I speak of a policy I want to work on, it is not a done deal. We have a democratic process if I am even picked for a party seat. Thus I wouldn't take that as an immediate change to happen tomorrow. Thank you. Q: Follow up on the training question. What do you think are areas that these companies could improve on? A: Well- the specifics can be dug into, but generally, threat response could be worked on. Also, methods of de-escalation and actually learning methods of crime /prevention/. I believe even the guard's manual- correct me if I'm wrong- emphasizes crime /prevention/ and being a /deterrent/ rather than a direct force. Which I see is disregarded a lot in the security industry. So, those are areas to work on, for example, with training. Chancellor Nikos Karagiorgis took the stage to conclude the meet and greet with a final address to the attendees and guests. "I would like first and foremost to extend my thanks to our members of the Republican Party for being here tonight. And to our audience for enabling this to be a seamless exchange of ideas and questions." Chancellor Nikos Karagiorgis followed up with the same question asked the Democratic Party yesterday. "My question directed to all of our esteemed guests is the same as I made yesterday. Plenty of our audience is young citizens. Some will vote for the first time. Many of what they heard may sound confusing. What would your message be to these /new/ voters?" Senator Adrian Rossi took it upon themselves to answer the final question. " What I would tell our Constituents is this. Voting is a /right/ upon you. In many other countries, such a right is not granted. Therefore, I believe it is incumbent—obligatory, dare I say—upon every able person to go out and vote. But who do you vote for is the question? Well. In my humble opinion, I would urge everyone to vote for the poarty that they've seen change happen in. Vote for the poarty that you believe in. Take the time to /listen/ and learn what there is to uoffer. Don't vote poarty lines. We'll never make change that way. You need to vote for what's right, for those who you believe will actually be there to listen n' dialogue with you, those who will fight for you. And, because I believe it is important, the Republican Poarty published a release about two weeks ago on some of our accomplishments durin' the last session. If you go there, I'm convinced you will believe this is a poarty you can believev in. — Thank you." **Comments would be enabled and heavily moderated. Threats, profanity or racial slurs would be automatically filtered out or removed by moderators. The same would apply to offensive usernames.**
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  12. this man I am quoting walked up to an idle garbage truck and shot its driver, Tony Perez, 14 times in the head and torso. Internal Affairs refused to investigate because he was erping with the head of that department at the time, Sabrina Delaquartz. when I tried to raise this with the DA, the LSPD impounded my character's pet dog. #DoubleStandards
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  13. Horrible idea. Just no, leave it as it is. People know when you relog and have to equip your weapon again, and if they make a fuzz about it, you simply tell them you just relogged and need to reequip and it's all fine, even without the ame, you'd still be pulling out your gun on equip so there's really no change on it. The /ame does nothing to hurt your rp, it's a vanity script that helps with identifying shooters and sometimes helps identify when someone's trying to hide their weapon from Law Enforcement so they don't lose it (There's an /ame for unequipping your weapon) It's also part of the rules, you have to /me taking out your weapon if it's in a car or a bigger gun than a tec9, so the script doing it for you is enough
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  14. This was useful when there was no animation, but that's different now. Please remove this.
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  15. Username: Matsuyari Comment: Pleasure to have been on the podcast. Thanks for having me ツ
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  16. If we're going to remove the projects, lets remove the dozens of LEO vehicles that also cause crashes, I have a damn good set up and as soon as cop lights go on I get booted out of the game, you don't see me complaining about it. No point in adding a mega mall back that NOBODY used. Lower your settings, remove the tons of mods (I'm assuming) that you have (whoever). What about the people who actively RP in the area, are they just supposed to quit their characters/factions?
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  17. Username: Anonymous Comment: I saw Diana Jones at a grocery store in Vespucci yesterday. I told her how cool it was to meet her in person, but I didn’t want to be a douche and bother her and ask her for photos or anything.She said, “Oh, like you’re doing now?”I was taken aback, and all I could say was “Huh?” but she kept cutting me off and going “huh? huh? huh?” and closing her hand shut in front of my face. I walked away and continued with my shopping, and I heard her chuckle as I walked off. When I came to pay for my stuff up front I saw her trying to walk out the doors with like fifteen Milky Ways in her hands without paying.The girl at the counter was very nice about it and professional, and was like “Miss, you need to pay for those first.” At first she kept pretending to be tired and not hear her, but eventually turned back around and brought them to the counter.When she took one of the bars and started scanning it multiple times, she stopped her and told her to scan them each individually “to prevent any electrical infetterence,” and then turned around and winked at me. I don’t even think that’s a word. After she scanned each bar and put them in a bag and started to say the price, she kept interrupting her by yawning really loudly.
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  18. 1. WHAT DO WE PORTRAY? PENI Death Squad is a skinhead gang and a hybrid of a street gang and prison gang. The members are state raised career criminals who sell meth in their neighborhood, get spun and do something crazy, steal cars, rob drug dealers, burglarize homes, commit credit card fraud, sell guns that might be stolen, and stab inmates that had it coming. They are also involved in prison gang politics. Your main focus should be committing crime to make ends meet, living with drug addiction, and a watered-down white supremacy influence. Originally PENI started out as a punk rock gang in the 1980s and were part of the scene. In the present day, members still attend punk rock gigs, and your typical member is into punk. 2. HOW DO I GET INVOLVED WITH THE FACTION? The best way to get involved is to buy drugs from the gang and get high with members of the gang. The politics of the gang revolve around drugs. The gang is like a glorified book club for junkies. Hang out together, crash at a member's pad after getting drugs, do crime together, be in and out of jail, etc. When you become part of the social circle, there'll be two possible scenarios: you'll be selling drugs to other tweakers in order to support your own habit OR you'll be committing various crime and using the money from it to buy drugs from the gang. You don't need to be a hardcore racist from the beginning, but at some point, your character will be indoctrinated on white supremacy and the skinhead culture. Eventually, if you fit the mold, you'll be recruited into PENI. 3. WHAT TYPE OF CHARACTER SHOULD I MAKE? The character should be Caucasian/White with a propensity for crime and an active drug addiction (crystal meth, heroin, or both). If he has no criminal record, it's best to start as a drug addict in the 18-19 years old range, otherwise you're free to role play a more-experienced career criminal with prison stints if he's in his mid-20s or older. He should be born and raised in Vespucci if you plan to role play heavily in that area, but you're also free to be from somewhere else if it makes sense such as Del Perro, El Burro/Murietta, Vinewood. You should NOT make the type of character that's an innocent minor who's never smoked pot and done anything illegal. 4. CAN I DO SOMETHING ELSE AND STILL BE INVOLVED? The above description of what a prospective PENI member should be like is a general description of a white gangster. You can go down that path if you want to, but you also have the option of approaching the faction in other ways. If you prefer jail role play, it's an option to keep your character in jail permanently, or for prolonged periods of time. PENI is active in jail/prison where a lot of the recruitment happens, and it's easier to indoctrinate whites, and have them become skinheads. PENI often recruit from smaller skinhead gangs, so it's also possible to role play as a member of a skinhead gang, who moves up to PENI, or have a group of players acting as a gang that end up recruited by PENI. 5. WHAT ABOUT FEMALE CHARACTERS? Women that orbit around skinhead gangs are typically there because of their drug addiction or because they're dating one of the members. A good way to join would be as a high-functioning drug addict who holds down a job. That would involve role playing outside of the faction and not solely depending on members being online. Another way is being a gritty tweaker chick that just hangs around drug dealers all the time so she can score dope. One thing to stress on is that you should aim to have a social network outside of just PENI. Most female gang associates have a normal look to them (you wouldn't be able to tell they're involved with a skinhead gang). Some look like punk rock chicks, some look like bro hoes, some look like tattooed tweakers, some have the traditional skinhead look. The female equivalent of a skinhead is called a skinbyrd and gang members often refer to their women as byrds. 6. OTHER INFORMATION Feel free to message @Comradical or @PeterPiperPackedAPookie if you have any questions or concerns. You can also message either of the two if you want to join our Discord server where we have more information about PEN1 and the lives white gangsters lead.
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  19. If I feel burnt out, which is literally every time I play on this server for more than two days straight, I just take a week long break and then come back. Rinse and repeat. I don't try to battle the feeling, it is normal and comes with being an adult, having a job, things to take care of. Sometimes you feel like you could be doing something better and more worthwhile than having virtual sex with people on GTAW. Most of the time I go do something totally not worth my time anyways, but I think that just proves that GTAW can naturally burn you out like any other hobby. I have a hard time staying motivated on this server simply due to the fact that some core issues aren't addressed. They do not hinder my player experience to the point where I'm unable to play, but the fact that they exist and that they could be replaced by more efficient, less pain-in-the-ass inducing mechanics and so on really fucks with my brain.
    2 points
  20. jobless behaviour anyways, great point in the OP @Bandit. I fully agree 👍
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