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    Eastern European Organized Crime (EOC) in today's America (OVERSIMPLIFIED) Due to the recent spike in Eurasian illegal roleplay in Owlgaming, I've decided to write a short beginners guide to understanding EOC, as there are several misconceptions regarding the subject. This guide will not be a handbook for creating a character, but to better understand the difference between modern EOC groups and more familiar criminal groups like La Cosa Nostra organizations. Origins EOC groups are extremely diverse and have always consisted of very mixed members from different countries in the former Eastern Bloc, from Russia, Baltic States, Slovakia, Hungary, Ukraine, Poland, ex-Yugoslavia, central Asia, Czech Republic and the Caucasus. (Probably missed some countries and regions, soz) Following the international condemnation of the Soviet reaction to Dymshits-Kuznetsov hijacking affair in 1970, the Soviet Union temporarily loosened emigration restrictions for Jewish emigrants, which allowed nearly 250,000 people to leave the Eastern Bloc as an effort to escape antisemitism. A sizable percentage of the emigrants fled to Israel, but the majority went to the United States where they received the status of political refugees. It is important to know that the immigration waves have since drastically died down, and for the majority it'd be wise to roleplay a 2nd Generation Russian, since the last large immigration wave ended in 1992 after the fall of The Soviet Union. With EOC being so diverse, grudges between cultures as old as time came with, i.e. Nagorno-Karabakh War (conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan) and both Chechen wars. Certain groups just don't mix well together, although Chechen's tend to work with Russian's on some level, the Chechen's are known as the professional killers in the EOC culture, and to quote @LokiHavok, they are usually kept at an arm's length and only used when needed. In short, EOC groups tend to be very diverse even though there have been numerous conflicts between different cultures within the EOC countries. When enough money is involved, old grudges will be put aside. Structure The structure within EOC groups usually confuse people who are new to this subculture of criminal phenomena, since in reality EOC groups actually lack structure. Most organized criminal organizations are expected to have strict and complex ranks, for example, the LCN organizations have the Boss, the Underboss, the Captains and so on, while the EOC's often form Ad Hoc groups where professional criminals band together to form temporary criminal cells to make money. These groups are usually created within EOC communities, as the EOC network (sometimes referred to as the Vorovskoy Mir, "Thieves World") is extremely large. They are based on experience, there is always a leader, usually the one with the most respect from his peers or experience. Crude image by the author to display an example of a temporary EOC cell. Obviously, gangs exist and they will always exist within the EOC community, but these gangs tend to be small in numbers and usually specialize in certain fields, these gangs are kept in harmony by the most respected members of the community, in example, the Vor V Zakone are seen as the absolute leaders within EOC communities. Modus Operandi Everyone has their bread and butter, for LCN it's labor racketeering, gambling and loan sharking, for EOC the textbook operations include Medicare/Medicaid fraud, credit card fraud, identity theft, money laundering, counterfeiting, welfare fraud or other schemes that target government sponsored programs. "The Russians didn't come here to enjoy the American dream, they came here to steal it." - New York State tax agent Roger Berger. Eurasian groups have gained a lot of notoriety for ATM skimming and medicare fraud. The EOC groups blend financial sophistication with stomach-turning violence, they are known for being ruthless to whoever stands in their way and for not following any "rules" like the LCN groups do. For example, the American Mafia tends to avoid murdering civilians to avoid attracting heat, whereas the EOC groups don't have a code that prevents them from doing so, the EOC groups maintain their position in the underworld with fear. Violence is a very important tool in the EOC culture, it can be used to boost ones reputation within their peers, it can be used to victimize people and to extort, it's a multi-tool that is a necessary part of EOC groups. Tips for beginners I encourage people interested in the subject to read "Red Mafiya: How the Russian Mob Has Invaded America" I discourage people from roleplaying as communists, the era of communism resulted in millions of innocent civilians getting murdered and wrongfully imprisoned. If you have a proper reasoning to roleplay being a communist, have at it, but like I've stated in the beginning, majority of the Russians that arrived in America were capitalist Jews. I encourage people to roleplay as second generation Russians as the major immigration waves have ended a long time ago. Don't use Wikipedia as a guide for modern EOC roleplay, it is extremely inaccurate. Vodka is not the only thing that Russians drink. Gopniks have nothing to do with Eastern European Organized Crime. Eastern Promises does not portray a Russian Organized Crime Group at all. Mark Galeotti's "In Moscow's Shadows" blog is very informative on Eastern European Organized Crime.
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    515 Washington Block Piru

    Posted on behalf of eoozy
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    (( There'd be no option to place a comment; however, the option to make an offer would be present. )) (( Please use the Format located in the Spoiler. )) (( All placed offers would be visible to the public; however, the person's username and contact information would be hidden. ))
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    This fucking thread is a Khram subfaction. I am now very OOC hateful towards it. P.S.: If you want more info on EOC, I suggest you to watch Lamp (1996). @LokiHavok @Ambidextrous
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    Los Santos Auction House - Car Vehicle year: 1984 Vehicle brand: Peugeot Vehicle make: 205 Turbo 16 VIN: 20537 Mileage: 49,927 Description: 197 bhp, 1,775 cc 16-valve turbocharged inline four-cylinder engine, five-speed manual transmission, four-wheel drive, front and rear independent suspension, and four-wheel ventilated disc brakes. Wheelbase: 2,418 mm The Turbo 16 appeared at first glance as merely a hopped-up version of Peugeot’s then-ubiquitous 205 small car, but it was actually one of the most technologically advanced performance cars available at the time of its introduction in late 1983. Although it did share some of its body panels with the standard 205, the T16, as it was known outside of France, eschewed that model’s modest, naturally aspirated engines under the front bonnet for a 197-brake horsepower, mid-mounted, 16-valve turbo unit, which nestled where the rear seats would otherwise be. Wedged in with the XU series four-cylinder is an intercooler and a four-wheel drive gearbox that works in tandem with an “epicyclic” centre differential and viscous coupling, which allowed for performance-minded drivers to apportion power between the axles, as needed. Hiding beneath its muscular bodywork was a maze of tubular structure which was designed to bolster what as an economy car, one that had 500-plus horsepower in WRC form. It does not take much more than a squint to know that the T16 is not a standard 205. Enormous wheel arches wrapped around white alloy wheels give the car an unequalled stance. Examples were assembled by Heuliez and only 200 of them were built for World Rally Championship homologation. The T16 was small yet powerful, and it really channelled its rallying roots, but it also offered creature comforts over the spartan competition cars. Still, when their enormous hatchback configuration opened up to allow unprecedented access to what can best be described as a true “engine room”, the 205 Turbo 16 was anything but conventional. With dominating performances in the WRC, Peugeot would win back-to-back Group B Constructors’ and Drivers’ Championships with Timo Salonen and Juha Kankkunen in 1985 and 1986, respectively. This T16 is the 117th of 200 homologation models, and it has been carefully preserved since being built in 1984. It was delivered to Holland in the summer of 1986, and included with its sale is its original importation documentation, factory owner’s and service manuals, and its original spare wheel under the front bonnet. It has been hardly driven, as a mere 49,927 kilometres are showing on its bold Jaeger speedometer. Commensurate with its limited mileage, the car remains in exceptional condition throughout. The grey paint contrasts nicely against the white “phone-dial” wheels and sporty red stripe that runs along the doors and around the front and rear bumpers. The interior shows just as well, with hardly a sign of wear. The two-tone grey seats present as-new and sport large Peugeot lions, alluding to the T16’s voracious nature. While the Peugeot 205’s diminutive size belies its performance potential, this Turbo 16 is a wolf (or lion) in sheep’s clothing, and it is ready to tear up the tarmac. Images Starting bid: $175,000 Minimum increase: $5,000 Buyout: $250,000 Auction end date: February 13, 2019
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    Not really, that's a lot more complex and has a lot of moving factors that someone roleplaying opening a local business. Virtual markets as a whole are meant to be supplementary, so people who already enjoy opening legal business or who are more inclined to do it than others can now get paid some money to pay their employees and make a bit of profit. The benefit is roleplay, the secondary benefit is not having to RS Haul or something of that nature to run your business, make sense? Yes, if you have a product that you wish to sell as part of this business, please include that information. We don't want you to spend money buying actual products to sell to players and have them sit when in reality they would sell. We on the other hand won't guarantee you will sell all or even a lot of your product, we want to try and strike a balance. This is a bit misguided and I would encourage you to read previous FT updates. The purpose of a virtual market is to simulate demand in a space where it otherwise does not exist from the players. Drugs is a good example of this because there is no script benefit to drugs, thus, a player could never sell the kind of volume in game as they would in real life, making drugs the staple in the illegal world. An artificial demand is created in the form of a virtual market to remedy that and create more realism in the illegal world regarding something that players already regularly interacted with. In the legal world, this has existed for a very long time in the form of musical and article virtual markets. We've recently made a form for this but it's been supported for a while. Selling music and writing news articles is something that is nearly impossible to make money off of from other players in the game but it's something that's very important to the legal roleplay of the server, that's why it was created. Obviously, we cannot make a virtual market for every potential legal business. Also, there are many more ways to make money legally than illegally, so the space did not require as much support and there is already more incentive to do legal roleplay than illegal roleplay in terms of what require "artificial demand" to be created. Players will go to restaurants and clubs regardless of a VM whereas players very rarely buy drugs without a VM. Obviously we want to increase the legal RP of the server, hence this creation, but it still will not support 1 or 2 people going out on a piece of land and farming by themselves. Players are going to have to still put effort into their activities. Hire employees, create a lot of roleplay, try to interact with others in the server, etc. Anyway, hope that clarifies everything a bit.
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    cause i'm walkin wit a limp that dont mean i pimp
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    [General] - Scripted jail release

    I don't feel this would benefit people that much @DaLuppo makes a really valid point here.
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    Iron Giants Motorcycle Club

    Glad you guys brought this back.
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    Los Santos Auction House - Residential https://i.imgur.com/guEiKiR.jpg Property Type: Residential Address: 1047 Pasadena Blvd Garage Description: A nice property next to Verona Mall. Has 2 floors garages (one underground). Also has an additional floor upstairs containing: 2 Empty Rooms, 1 Living Room, 1 Kitchen, A pool table, 1 Office and an empty room next to it. Exterior Images: Interior Images: Starting Bid: 45,000 Minimum Increase: 2,500 Buyout: 65,000 Auction ends: 11/02/2019((5PM EDT)) Contact Information: Winner shall be contacted. Questions welcomed. No comments. ((Thanks to @Sergeant for the thread))
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    S/S Asian Boyz 1226

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    Crimstone Hoover Mafia

    one ss is missing here.
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    Crimstone Hoover Mafia

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    Script Suggestion What would be the name of the script(s)?- Giving access to reach /checkint for Mapping Team Members What kind of script(s) are you suggesting?- Admin What is the suggestion?- Making Mapping Team members usable when there is no admin. Filling reports and having correct information about the interior. What are the advantages?- Admins wouldn't do Mapping Team job anymore. Saving the time. What are the disadvantages?- Nothing. Do you have any resources to support our scripters in making said suggestion?- N/A How would you go about implementing this idea?- It would be nice for Mapping Team members. (Not for MT Admins.)
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    Shok's small skin pack!

    I'm new to making skins and wanted to flex some of my trash skins some of these are still work in progress work in progress that's all for now, I got a lot of skins in mind to make since it's fun, if you guys got any tips to making skins feel free to drop them in the comments
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    *The Episode would be found on the Team WolfCub main page, uploaded on February 6th 2019.* TWCN - WHO WANTS TO BE A MILLIONAIRE??? *Epic stock music would play, showing Team WolfCub logo and the thumbnail.* *Norbid Bailer would be providing the voice over* Are you tired of being a measly truck driver, earning minimum wage and working overtime? Do you have your eyes set on a hot set of wheels needed to boost your ego and outclass your mates? Trying to get that rap career off the ground to secure that epic vicroy? Do you find it increasingly difficult to purchase the protein and nutrients needed to maintain that lovely Greek god physique? Do you fancy pursuing the life of a vigilante with high tech gadgets and gear, but lack the funding? Do you need that bail money? *It cuts to the studio, revealing a man that can be identified as Norbid Bailer* Well, with what we're offering, you can do all of the above and more! I am proud to present.. The Grand Finale of TWCN! Who Wants To Be A Millionaire! WolfCub and Harlend Edition! Exciting, am I right? The prizes will be worth a total of +$3 000 000 But it may be even bigger, once we announce the date and location of the show. How this will go down: There will be a post by me, with a submission form. You will need to be at least 21 years of age. You will need to give us your first name, though you may come up with a nickname. You'll have to give us some contact info, such as a phone number. There will be 5 questions, if you answer at least 3 correctly, you are may enter. The questions are going to be based around the TWCN Show, The Young Kill and Harlend Who for the most part, so I do suggest you get reading and watching! This may just be the easiest way to become a millionaire in the city to date. It's all in good fun. As said before, the location is yet to be determined. We plan on livestreaming the event and any proceeds will be paid to the crew. I will try to get some interesting guests there, hopefully Harlend himself. If anyone is interested in helping out with that, contact us! I am truly excited for this event! I look forward to seeing all of you there! Remember, there can only be one winner so you better make sure you are IT! Til then, remember to follow us on our social medias for any updates regarding the event. And remember, Keep it fresh! WolfCub out! *The video would end, crediting WolfCub as the Producer, Host, Editor.* *Comments would be ENABLED* V*The video description* ((Commenting format )) ((Yes, this is actually real.))
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    Faction Team Update - February 7, 2019

    Faction Team Update Howdy all, The Faction Team has been hard at work to drastically improve the contact response times. Our number of pending contacts are less than half a dozen at any given time now, due to our changes in streamlining our internal processes and getting more of our policies and guidelines written down so team members are not relying on institutional knowledge to handle certain contact types based on past experience. Instead, a single member can handle a contact easily by themselves most of the time. Additionally, we've started to add some new VM processes and continue to have our monthly meetings. The February one just wrapped up and here are the results. Faction Changes We're in the middle of re-organizing our faction database right now so this is not all of the changes with factions, but a majority of them in the past few months. Going forward, faction changes will be far more detailed and we will publish more regular updates when these changes do occur. Sparta Inc Established to Official Western Solutions LLC Established to Official Convington Trucking LLC Became Incorporated RSR Corp Became Incorporated Southside Aztecas (Formerly Almighty Saints) Confirmed to Established El Sindicato Vallarino Confirmed to Established SS Asian Boyz Became Confirmed L'equippagio di Pasadena (The Braggo Crime Family) Became Confirmed LSMA Official to Incorporated Virtual Market Expectations Now at the top of all virtual market forms, we have a list of general criteria that should be followed when submitting the request so there is no lack of communication about what is expected from the player to have a successful virtual market experience. The illegal virtual market for street dealing is shown below as an example. Please be sure to familiarize yourself with this new information. SAN, Article & Entertainment Virtual Market, and Independent Journalists! With SAN becoming a defunct faction, we want to continue to encourage players to write articles in the form of news stories, satire, or general entertainment and music. To do this, we have created a virtual market form for players to fill out to receive payment for future and past creations. We want to promote high quality news and entertainment in the in-character space of the server and incentivize players to create their own news companies and factions. The more independent journalists the better. Legal Virtual Market After much request, we've put together a legal virtual market. It is very broad in scope and aims to promote more legal roleplay. To evaluate these requests, policies and procedures have been put in place which require several faction team members to perform the evaluation to come up with the best outcome for every individual circumstance. The information at the top of the form really provides a great explanation of what we expect from people who submit the form and how it operates. The TL:DR version is we are going to start paying players who open businesses which creates a social environment and promotes roleplay for others throughout the server. Fencing Stolen / Illegal goods We've recently created a new set of policies and procedures internally for the faction team so that we may begin processing the sale or "fencing" of stolen or illegal goods. There will be a form for this in the near future, however, the general idea is that generic items in game have value. There are a lot of them. Home or business burglaries and player robberies are also relatively common and often result in expensive jewelry, electronics, etc. While it's great that a lot of players can steal these items, there is nowhere for them to go once stolen. Players currently can only really tediously sell them to other players when in reality, there would be a much bigger market for second-hand items that "fell off the back of a truck". We want to simulate this market by letting players sell these stolen goods. Right now, this may only be accomplished by official factions. This is to encourage a chain of custody for stolen goods and in reality, an official faction would have the best contacts for offloading stolen goods. This is subject to change and is currently being considered by the team, but the goal is to create more RP by forcing players to interact with each other to sell these illegal goods by making more connections in the criminal underworld. If you are interested in doing this, until the form is out, you can simply inquire with a regular public contact. Wholesale Buyback of Guns & Drugs If players need cash quick, they can trade their guns and drugs for a direct equivilant in value. Players cannot make money by doing this and the whole purpose is to provide a route for guns and drugs to leave the server instead of just destroying them. A simple example to further explain this would be a player is part of an official faction from 6 months ago. They bought 10 guns and when the faction shut down, they still had those 10 guns from their faction team drop. They decide to play on the character again but this time, they want to join a legal faction and leave their criminal past behind. Instead of having to get rid of the guns by destroying them and effectively losing their original investment, they can simply get the same amount of money back that they originally paid for the guns. We suspect this won't be done very often but enough players have mentioned this in the past which led to the creation of a series of policies and procedures so we can accommodate those players. General Faction Team Support With faction interest gone, the ability to wait, save up money, and purchase faction assets like vehicles and properties is gone. To remedy this, in general, we are drastically increasing our faction team support to those who request it. This has been done in the past and we want to be clear that we still continue to allow this. If you would like an interior or vehicle for your faction to create roleplay, let us know and we'll work with you to provide those assets. A note is put on the interior or vehicle and when it is no longer used, it cannot be sold and is then deleted. This way, there is no financial cost but also no financial gain. It is done purely to create more roleplay. Faction Updates Please remember to regularly send faction updates in. At least once a month. Without a recent faction update, we as the faction team cannot support your faction, evaluate your status, etc. That should be all for now...I think I covered all the bases. You can expect forms soon for the fencing VM and wholesale buyback of drugs & guns. Additionally, expect another update soon about drug production, drug variety, and shop updates.
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    Los Santos Auction House - Business https://i.imgur.com/ca7ZQ2o.jpg Property Type: Business Address: W. Washington Street Description: Lil store. Exterior Images: Hide contents Interior Images: Hide contents https://imgur.com/a/vuHxP0Y Starting Bid: 20,000 Minimum Increase: 1,000 Buyout: 35,000 Auction ends: 12/02 Contact Information: N/A (( @violet23 ty for the format))
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    Shine a light on this, k thx. Also +1.
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    Car - 2017 BMW F82 M4 [ENDED]

    Isnt it 3 days with no bids before you can withdraw it
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    Name: Mexican Offer Amount: Two donkeys.
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    [Miscellaneous] - PayNSpray Bank Card

    Wouldn't be a huge change to add so don't see why not.
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    [Banking] - Loan Script

    If this WAS to be done it would have to be done in a way that players can't stat-transfer the funds and if you go inactive it takes said funds away from you. I feel it would be a very heavy and complicated system as we would have to counter scenarios where people can fraud the system. I'm on the fence with this one.
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    [Banking] - Loan Script

    Yes please.
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    Username: BuntaFujiwara Comment: my son took my fucking car again what hte fuck hes gonna wreck it doesnt he know how much tires cost
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    eoozy's shit skins vol 1

    yeah they're pretty shit mate jump off a bridge like if you agree
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    Brilliant update, nice to see the legal virtual market has finally received a reincarnation. Enough of the spergs complaning about how they've never received support in the past, get on and do it now if you care so much.
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    515 Washington Block Piru

    bhank bou bane
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    Every end is a new beginning
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    Name: Nial Benson Comment: (( This is an IC comment section you freak ))
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    The One-Off Super Car Nobody Wants Lets set the scene, it's the 90s and some of the best music, movies and trends are popping up but lets not forget the car industry during this decade. During this decade, we had a lot of super cars come out, pushing the technology to the limits and this led us to seeing cars such as the McLaren F1, the Ferrari F50, the Mercedes CLK GTR and many more to list. Now, lets put you into the shoes of a wealthy oil baron who has a tycoon, living in the United Arab Emirates, you're able to purchase any supercar you want but you want to stand out from the crowd more than you already do, so what do you do? You go to a German company which built race cars and began manufacturing performance parts for Mercedes-Benz, clearly. This is where the story of "Nobody's Car", the ugly duckling begin. The car was finally built in 1995 and had a hefty final price of $3.4 Million USD which would be $5.6 Million today. The car had a 5.6 litre V8 from Mercedes-Benz and came equipped with two turbochargers, giving out the final output of 1000HP, hence the name, C1000. To put that into perspective, on the 31st of March 1998, the McLaren F1 set a record for being the Fastest Production Car in the world and that only had 627 horsepower. The car has received the nickname of "Nobody's Car" and there's a reason behind that. The very first owner, the oil baron that got the car specifically built for him, gave the car away in 2008 for the price tag of $243,000, ever since then, the car has been popping up all over auctions sites, mainly seen in America. Now I got the chance to try this car out for myself, being behind the wheel I was mentally prepared to drive it and no matter how many times you exceed 180MPH, it never loses the thrill and this car was perfect. It handles like the cars we have today, it's smooth on the steering, the brakes work when they need to and everything put together gives you a nice enjoyable drive on the road. I tested out everything I could whilst on my test drive and the car itself managed to easily hold up. I've driven a lot of cars in my time, all ranging in horsepower from multiple different decades but this car felt perfect, it felt better than most and this brings me to my question regarding the car. It's "Nobody's Car" and I cant see a reason as to why it's went through that many owners with barely any of them keeping onto it for longer than a year. It's an amazing car with a lot of power with the ability of keeping up with today's standards and not a lot of cars can say that, it's truly special. The car even has a faster top speed than most performance cars you see coming today, the needle stops going any further as soon as you hit 192 MPH and I'm amazed by it, it honestly doesn't feel scary going at that speed as it does in a lot of other cars going at a slower speed. The wheel doesn't shake, you don't hear odd sounds coming from the car and your seat doesn't throw you around, you just sit still and drive as if you were on a highway. Now to conclude the experience that I had with this car, I want to address the appearance of it. No matter how long I've known about the car or how many images I've seen of it, I can never fully decide if I like it or not, I'm just always on the fence about it and the current owner of the car even commented on that by comparing the front end of the car to Jumba Jookiba from the cartoon, Lilo & Stitch but I will say one thing about the car, it gives me warm memories of my childhood where I would play with Hot Wheels and that's what the car reminds me of it, it's a futuristic looking car made in the 90s where the futuristic look was all the craze, seen in the designs of products, fashion and cars. Sure there's a lot of iconic super cars you can buy from that era but there's only one thing stopping you from owning this, it's a one off car which makes it unique and a huge collection piece. On that very same note, the current owner has put the car back onto auction for unknown reasons and if you're reading this now with a loaded wallet, feel free to check it out and pick it up because it's honestly a car you wont regret having as it does everything correctly.
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    From reading the thread it appears that your character disregarded his life heavily here, by you making the decision to go on pizza stacks roof and discharge a firearm you put others at risk. Ultimately you caused your own death here and I agree with the CKing admins decision. Appeal denied. @GamerX27
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    Bar Association Information

    Updated February 5, 2019 Added Franklin Baker
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    Tuesday, February 5th, 2019. Los Santos, SA 95249. #1, Pershing Square. Telephone, 311. Chief of Police Vincent Bishop, Office of the Chief. LOS SANTOS: The Los Santos Police Department is in deep mourning over the loss of Detective III Richard Carrington. Our sincere condolences go out to Carrington's family and friends, as well as our departmental staff. The Police Department asks for thoughts and prayers for his family, and will be hosting a funeral in his honor this coming Sunday (10th) at 8PM. The funeral will be public, and the LSPD invites anyone that wishes to pay their respects. Detective Carrington was found dead in his office, seemingly having passed away whilst on call in his office. We have been informed that he passed due to severe complications following a recent surgery that he was involved in. Carrington suffered a gunshot to the head and the complications following the incident seemed to be too overwhelming. It deeply saddens us all to lose one of our own in such a way, and Carrington truly gave his life to protect and serve the city. Paying the ultimate cost with his own life. Detective Carrington is awarded the Purple Heart Medal for his ultimate sacrifice. Given to our officers that are injured significantly or killed in the line of duty. https://pd.owlgaming.net/threads/detective-iii-richard-carrington-purple-heart-medal.30964/ It is with a sad heart that we add Richard Carrington's name to the Book of Honor, as well as another star to the LSPD Memorial Wall in his memory. Carrington's death is the first for the Police Department in the year of 2019, and as always we hope it will be the only one. More information may be released when available.
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    Iron Giants Motorcycle Club

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    [NOW HIRING] Assistant District Attorney

    OPENINGS FOR ASSISTANT DISTRICT ATTORNEY ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ POSITION TITLE: ASSISTANT DISTRICT ATTORNEY EMPLOYED BY: DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OFFICE OF LOS SANTOS SUMMARY OF DUTIES: To enforce the various laws governing the State of San Andreas, and uphold the constitution of the United States of America. SUPERVISED BY: District Attorney of Los Santos MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES: BASIC REQUIREMENTS (1) Applicant is over the age of majority (21) (2) Applicant possesses a Juris Doctorate from an accredited American College/University and be accredited with the BAR Association of San Andreas. (3) Applicant is a resident in any recognized municipality or county within the boundaries of the State of San Andreas. (4) Applicant resides a fixed address which they can be contacted at. (5) Applicant has spent at least ten months within the State of San Andreas at a fixed residence. May be subject to waiver by District Attorney. ((10 Days on server. And 25 hours IG. )) (6) Applicant does not hold a criminal record consisting of any felony, or misdemeanors against property or person and may be temporarily denied for lesser misdemeanors that have been recorded within the past two years. ((2 months.)) (7) Applicant must complete and submit a detailed Curriculum Vitae, outlining their past work experience, interest they have in the position, and any other relevant information. (( PM @Zebulon & @ThatGuy )) (8) Applicant must undergo an interview and selection phase, at the discretion of the District Attorney. Authorized by District Attorney Steven Spade
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    [Banking] - Loan Script

    I got other projects you mofo, you script it!
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    [Banking] - Loan Script

    You don't want to feel the pain we have maintaining that insurance script. It's imo better to get a bank actually working. It's not hard to maintain a proper loan system if you get the right way of logging. It would eventually open a huge roleplaying side.
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    Iron Giants Motorcycle Club

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    Iron Giants Motorcycle Club

    Unarchived. Enjoy.
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    Covington Trucking LLC

    Rough terrain
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    Covington Trucking LLC

    Near miss situation while salting the streets of Dillimore
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    Covington Trucking LLC

    With Goldie First work day with Jerry and Skyler
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    Covington Trucking LLC

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    Los Santos Auction House - Car Vehicle year: 1981 Vehicle brand: BMW Vehicle make: E12 M535i VIN: - Mileage: 2486 Description: Today I am selling my bagged e12. I imported it 2 years ago and nobody else owned it in that period of time. I got it as a stock e12 M535i which is pretty rare these days and this is the only one in Los Santos. The vehicle is fitted with Air Lift performance air suspension. Everything was done by me and it hasn't let me down in these two years. The car comes with original BBS RS Nogaro silver style 5 wheels and a pretty rare steering wheel from the BMW M1. The interior is full black leather and it is in pretty good condition as it wasn't driven a lot. It's really hard for me to move this car out of my collection but I have to because it's not being driven and I need space for new cars. Images IG: Starting bid: 20,000 Minimum increase: 1,500 Buyout: 55,000 Auction end date: 15.6.2018. Contact details: -

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