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Brett last won the day on June 24 2017

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About Brett

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  • Birthday 05/22/1998

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    Politics - Self-Explanatory
    Law - Attorney
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    Soldier in Army National Guard

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    Greg Joplin
    Brett Kingsley
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  1. Nation: Vietnam MTA Server Status: Not the first English speaking. Founder: Maxime, now Chaos. I assume he did it because he had free time on his hands, and wanted something to occupy it. Isn't that why we create anything? Purpose of Owlgaming: Roleplay? Or at the very least, GTA San Andreas Multiplayer with elements of character development. Better then LSRP?: By playerbase, hell no. By roleplay quality, debatable. By arbitrary standard with zero basis, sure. Class dismissed...
  2. I do. Do you remember this; https://forums.owlgaming.net/topic/36739-the-1992-owlgaming-riots/
  3. I had a topic about this two years ago; The problem is, SAMP and MTA do this differently. In SAMP, questions are only done in /do and not in /b. In MTA, I've seen the opposite. And honestly? To me it doesn't matter that much as it comes down to personal preference. Now ideally, how it would work is like I explained it in my /do and /b thread, is people would see your /me and stuff and respond in /do about how it would go. Unfortunately, that rarely happens and it's extremely difficult to force that to happen. I've experimented a lot with the asking in /b and /pm to people about responses, and even then everyone does it different. Some respond back in /pm, some in /b, some in /do, and even some in /me. It's a disorganized mess and when you start enforcing one standard, you're gonna end up catching a lot of people still doing it wrong. In my opinion, I would just leave it to personal preference. Nobody is quitting Owlgaming and getting in rage mode over someone responding to a /me or whatever in /do or /b so it's not that big of a deal. If seeing text on your screen in a different context, that is still responding to the RP going on is aggravating to you, then that sounds like a personal problem. My personal way of dealing with it has just been to /pm my questions to people, but like I said earlier the response forms are different and I just role with it. And to be honest, I think this is a situation in which we just need to concede to the "just roll with it," mentality. Only time I would raise an objection is if someone is doing full RP in /do, /b, or whatever form of text that is just entirely incorrect and easily noticeable.
  4. Brett

    City change

    I thought the "Stans," were all here Los Santos like Idlewood? Or was that the same period when everyone had disappeared? Either way, seems like someone was paying close attention.
  5. Brett

    City change

    I'd say about as well as the DPS merge and everything after.
  6. Platinum like a Miranda Rights Recording studios album, ya fuckin' gabagool. I guess I'm the God of Owlgaming. Cause the statement actually has more truth to it then meets the eye.
  7. Kinda got other plans going atm...but those were the days.
  8. Name: David Gonzalez Comment: When politicians stop taking money from the National Biker Association, then we will have sensible bike control. And if they refuse, VOTE THEM OUT! They say these bikes do more good then harm, WE CALL B.S.! Contact your congressmen, and demand Common Sense Bike Reform!
  9. "Subpeona granted." (( @JameZ @Lewis @Jordang @Zebulon ))
  10. "Alright. Prosecution, you may give your opening statements followed by the Defense." (( @JameZ @Lewis @Jordang ))
  11. SUPERIOR COURT OF SAN ANDREAS Notice of Action Court of San Andreas, District of Los Santos Notice is hereby given that the People, in the above-named case, has filed a criminal complaint pleading against you. The complaint was filed with the Criminal Court of San Andreas on DECEMBER 9th, 2017. You are officially being charged with the following: TF007 - Felony Public Endangerment Within 72 hours, you must provide an answer, or response, to the claim(s) enclosed with this notice (attached to this notice). You must file your answer, in addition to any motions (if any), within that same time frame. If you fail to do so within the time frame, a default judgment will be entered against you. There will be one more attempt to contact you before the default judgment is entered. Your response must contain your pleading in the matter, which could be one of the following: Guilty You plead guilty to some or all the crimes listed. Not Guilty You plead not guilty to some or all of the crimes listed, a will ensue. No Contest You do not formally plead guilty but you acknowledge the prosecution will likely prevail and choose not to contest the prosecution. In addition, you may strike a plea deal with the prosecution (whomever the Los Santos Police Department appoints), in which you can for example, plead guilty for a lesser punishment. (( @Lewis @Jordang @JameZ ))
  12. *Associate Justice Greg Joplin enters the chamber, proceeding to his seat.* "Prosecution and Defense, please state attendance." (( @Lewis @Jordang ))
  13. I'm ready. Question is are you?
  14. Rule Discussion Subject: Use of Government Perks Rule I want to...: Remove Elaboration: In the Faction Rules, under Use of Government perks, you have this line: Any faction that is financially supported through the Faction Team or Scripting may not have a wage higher than $1,500 except for brief periods of time where bonuses may be given out for the holidays. I believe this rule is arbitrary, and serves as a method to limit IC roleplay by OOC server rule limitation. Now in a sense, I understand where the rule is coming from. It's coming from the sentiment of real life, in that factions like the LSFD, LSPD, or any other entity such as that, can't be giving out thousands of dollars in paychecks per hour, as that would be rather unrealistic for police officers on the server to be able to afford all the rich houses in the server and the same logic can be applied to a few other factions such as that. However, this rule also prohibits private businesses who receive any script support or faction management team money, from setting their wages higher then that amount such as Companies, or any other private business that for some reason may receive script money or faction management team money which is rather unfair for those companies/businesses. Now you may wonder, "Well how are we going to stop people from setting high wages if this rule was removed?" The answer is rather simple. The F3 in which most factions use to pay their members, has a set cap on 2,500$ being the maximum you can pay people. So the script itself, doesn't allow you to place it ridiculously high, and allows the owners of the factions/businesses to appropriately manage their funding. PD, FD, and other government departments should of course be on a set budget set by their faction leaders and the government, and private businesses should of course be allowed to compete in terms of wages and bonuses. Just doesn't make any sense to impose an OOC 1,500$ cap on wages, when the script itself won't even allow you to pay past 2,500$.
  15. We've actually run into a lot of issues where people get released by admins, were not supposed to be released, and although they can simply be put back, usually they would go and commit more IC crimes which would affect other players which they never should have had the freedom to do so anyway. And it's hard to argue "Well you would never have been able to commit that crime in the first place," when they're response is "Well I would've been released, as an admin did it." It happens more often then you would think.
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