GINANDTACOS.COM SALUTES THE DIRTY SHOTGUN

I'm pretty much at the point in my life at which I've given up on the idea of working hard in school, getting good grades, and launching a successful career. I put this phase off longer than most people (who embark upon it during Sophomore year of college) but I am handling it the same way: massive amounts of Counter-Strike.

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Ginandtacos.com is no stranger to this game and the bizarre cult that surrounds it. As such, we collectively tip our hats to the cheap, manual-loading shotgun. Not only does it make one look and sound much cooler than the opposition, but there's a special sense of pride and joy one feels upon using it to blow an opponent away from about 6 feet despite its considerable shortcomings. You round a corner and stumble upon a terrorist, who of course starts moving around and spraying bullets everywhere from his $6000 assault rifle. In contrast, you calmly level your archaic 12-gauge to chest height and lift him a few feet off the ground.

Yes, it's slow and inefficient. Yes, if you miss you're dead. But yes, it also makes that bad-ass chambering sound in between rounds. The cheap shotgun: ginandtacos, salut!

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3 Responses to “GINANDTACOS.COM SALUTES THE DIRTY SHOTGUN”

  1. mike Says:

    B21 ! B21 !

    side note: Cleaning out a closet in-between moves, I found my old N64. During my sophomore year of college, I was able to (a) get a Perfect 007 Save Game of Goldeneye (with all cheat codes unlocked, even the very difficult Facility in 2:05) (b) have Link assemble the ocarina of time and get the two-handed sword, (c) have Mario find all 100 stars in the castle, (d) take a third level calculus class twice, dropping it both semesters, (e) go on academic probation, while taking about 13 hours of classes.

    Good times. I never really wanted to go to grad school someday.

  2. Ambrosini Says:

    Speaking of GoldenEye,

    http://www.bit-tech.net/gaming/2005/09/07/goldeneye_source_sep/1.html

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