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About Jax

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    Slaya's Fathers Brothers Moms Sisters Brothers Turtle
  • Birthday October 3

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Call of Duty 4

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My Setup

  • CPU
  • GPU
    RTX 2070
  • Motherboard
    Asus ROG Strix Z370-E
  • Memory
    G.SKILL Trident Z Royal Series 32GB 3600Mhz
  • Power Supply
    EVGA 750W
  • Storage
    250GB SSD, 2TB HDD
  • Case
    NZXT S340
  • Monitor
    Acer XFA240, HP W2072a
  • Mouse
    Razer Mamba Wired/Wireless
  • Keyboard
    Razer Blackwidow Chroma
  • Headset
    Astro A40
  • Microphone
    Blue Yeti
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. gl bose
  2. Been wondering why there isn't one already would like to play
  3. sup niggas im jax, what it do
  4. Since its teh xmas szn I RCN u add this map https://www.sendspace.com/file/kligg8 mp_dr_merry_xmas
  5. Real name: Alex Age: 16 Previous experience: RvS, FNRP, Vistic etc Why I would make a good addition to the team: I know a little bit of gsc (still learning) so I could probably help out there but my boy @atrX is a jesus at c#, I could keep all of the default skins out (kids who aren't abiding by the rules) and I could help with source servers also including csgo (iv'e made a few servers on there before- surf, 1v1) :defaultdance: I think I could also help manage the admin team since I would take the role seriously and help out as much as I can to get players and keep the server non-toxic. How often do you visit our forums?: I usually visit the forums whenever i'm looking for a script reference in the script documentation or when i'm see if my boys are on raid deathrun or when i'm chilling and wanna see what's been going on recently. In-game name: Jax B3 CID (type !regtest in game): @793 Steam: http://steamcommunity.com/id/JaxOFW Knowledge of B3 (on a scale of 1-5): 5/5, been learning some more stuff recently. Primary server: Deathrun, will prob play promod and cj later How often do you play on our servers?: usually everyday i'm on and when i'm not I make some sort of bullshit excuse for why i'm not.
  6. damn, sounds like a good idea.
  7. make this a thing for sure
  8. mp_deathrun_rvs.rar cause i didnt feel like uploading it to another site thx
  9. genuinely fire
  11. The Cat Daddy: 2011 While most of us were in middle school, the “Cat Daddy” became extremely popular. California party scene hip-hop group, the Rej3ctz, released this song in March 2011 and it quickly became the top most requested song at most middle and high school functions. The Harlem Shake: 2013 Many of us know that the Harlem Shake originated decades ago in New York; however, in 2013, the New York based Crazy Boyz decided to put a twist on the old time dance. The dance crew combined their shake with another dance movement to give the Harlem Shake its modern hip-hop flair. Gas Pedal & Red Nose: 2013 Sage The Gemini quickly gained attention when he released these two sexy dance hits. They easily get a party going. The Schmoney: 2014 Bobby Shmurda hit the scene in 2014 with his hit single that featured the hit the ‘Schmoney dance.’ Soon, people were not only doing it to his song, but incorporating it into dance routines for other top chart songs. The Whip/Nae Nae: 2015 The Whip/Nae Nae was probably the 2015 equivalent of Unk’s mid-2000s Walk it Out dance. Everybody in the Black community, and even outside of it, was doing this dance created by Atlanta rapper Silentó. The dance became popular with everyone—young and old. The Dab: 2015 Although short lived, The Dab was the one of the most popular dances of 2015. Athletes, celebrities, actors and even politicians were seen ‘dabbing’ all over the country. Most people have ditched the dab now, but it was cool while it lasted. The Milly Rock 2015: Milly rocking on any block was one of top trends during the end of 2015. Of course, most of the best milly rocks are done by New Yorkers; however, the dance can most likely be seen at any gathering these days. Juju on That Beat: 2016 Hailing from Detroit, teen rappers Zayion McCall and Zay Hilfigerrr are the masterminds behind this dance craze of 2016. Juju on That Beat became an Internet sensation last year, and is still going somewhat strong. Most of the popular videos on YouTube in 2016 consisted of children between the ages of 3 and 15 ‘juju-ing’ on the beat. Hit Dem Folks: 2016 Many don’t know about the official name for the move that is done at the end of the Juju on That Beat dance. However, the Hit Dem Folks dance is currently one of the most used dance moves. Ohio artist Shuicide Holla is responsible for the official dance.