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PoisonStream

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  • Birthday 11/09/1996

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    Sebastian Wright

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  1. This is why we can't have nice things. GL on this though.
  2. /status /status2 I like it.
  3. Right. I don't have the time nor energy to fight everyone on Owl because they believe their character shouldn't be forced to roleplay having bloodshot eyes after smoking pot. Truthfully I believe some realistic things should be forced upon someone because otherwise, nobody is going to RP it. But my opinion is shit so why bother, right?
  4. I think for somethings, it should be forced. I know for a fact people don't RP the side effects of drugs and it's a bit powergaming tbh.
  5. As discussed with you privately and now openly, The entire purpose of telling you that the Fire Marshall service was back up was to create roleplay. In our private chat, I brought this point up multiple times. Forcing players to do something, such as having to obtain a generic item, and then voiding it for yourself seems hypocritical. With this being said, this is exactly why I am using JGC to obtain physical items for Ambulances/Fire Engines/Other rescue vehicles. I feel that allowing people to ass pull items out of a vehicle is unrealistic and seeing that other players cannot do it, we shouldn't be able to do it. There are multiple companies that are able to install fire safety equipment, to which, I might contract to help with the installation of buildings. JGC and Sparta Inc are on my top list of companies to be used. JGC may be dying, but I am not a person to allow something that's been around for a very long time to die. Which is why they are one of my choices when it comes to giving them some roleplay. Not only am I using them for Deliveries, I am planning on using them for Vehicle Insurance seeing that IRL, ALL vehicles are required to be insured. If one of my vehicles gets damaged, I'd use the insurance money to most likely pay the mechanics at Sparta Inc to repair our vehicles. All of my actions are to create and further roleplay. Fire Marshals are coming back. They are an important part of the department. They create roleplay opportunities and further city development. Just because previous leaders of the Emergency Medical Services failed to get things in motion... doesn't mean I will. I look forward to creating roleplay and upon improving things. And I didn't talk with you first. This came about when I had a discussion with ThatGuy and my Fire Investigation Division, to which, the entire topic was brought up. I then brought it to you because I wanted to keep you in the loop.
  6. I just bought a keyboard that has the keybind feature...
  7. Name: Private Bid: Buyout. Comment: If still for sale.
  8. Also, some plates are mud/dirt resistant. And it's hard to slap mud on a surface and it stick. Vibration can easily remove the mud. If someone really wanted to cover their plates, they'd just remove them. If for some reason mud did stick to a vehicle plate, an officer would instantly ticket you here in the South (IDK about other places.) It's a misdemeanor to cover your plates/have faulty tail-lights. That's why you always check your plates after mud riding in the south. Cops are really seriously about this stuff.
  9. Rule Discussion Subject: Auction House Rules I want to...: Discuss Elaboration: I was in a bidding war over a car for like... a week. I camped the clock for hours. When the final moment arrived, someone places a bid and the Auction closes without me being able to even counter bid. I believe if this should happen, the auction should be extended an extra hour to allow a person to counter bid. Example where this happened: https://forums.owlgaming.net/topic/82558-bots-2017-lexus-rc-f/?page=2&tab=comments#comment-550749
  10. Recently an admin made me go around ASH/SEMC and place notes showing where all keycard pads were, what all security guards carried in regards to weapons, and metal detector notes. I think we should use the note system. If you log out in your house, put a note of where your character is and what he/she is doing. If someone wants to break into your house, an admin can look inside... find the note... and disapprove the break in because your character would be there. As for people leaving the notes on purpose to avoid their house getting robbed... An admin can see when a note was dropped. They can also see your last login. If the note doesn't match your login, then your character isn't there. If the note matches your login, your character is there. This prevents people from abusing. People who abuse this should be punished. So... And if it's completely needed, if a note is dropped and the admin does not know if it's real or not, UAT can log into the person's account to see if the note is true/false. If it's false, punishment. If it's true, break-in gets called off. Though, I do think Senior admins should get the ability to log onto other people's character to help so that UAT doesn't get spammed with request like this.
  11. That's why I didn't say to rule it out all together. I suggested it be approved. Unless someone has a legit backstory and is legit roleplaying illegally and has the backstory to go with it... I don't care. But when someone makes a kid character just to go around breaking laws for the fun of the drama... It's a big pain in the ass. And usually the ones who legit RP illegal characters try to cover it up and stay hidden. The ones who doesn't care and go around breaking laws are the ones that the rule is aimed at.
  12. Rule Discussion Subject: Children Roleplay while in professional care I want to...: New Rule Elaboration: So, recently I have noticed that there are many people RPing as children now, which is completely fine. The part that isn't fine is how children are dealt with. It seems the community here fails to realize that the American Childcare system is very complex. As America continues to progress, rules for childcare has also progressed. This is typically how some situations are handled: -Child Abandonment/Abuse/Homelessness- Children are taken from their home by an investigative department in their local state. They are placed into a Foster Home pending investigation. Investigation is held, pending investigation child would be released to original guardians or taken. If take, the child would be placed for adoption. Parents seeking adoption would come and kind of "interview" the child. If everything went well, the child would go to a new family. Since we have limitations and cannot have a child held in Foster care like we would IRL, other arrangements have been made. We've been allowing kids to stay at ASH/SEMC so that they could have the chance of becoming adopted. Of course, realistically they wouldn't be allowed to leave but keeping someone locked up when they have not done anything is frowned upon, so we've allowed these kids into the faction so that they can come and go freely. Of course, this would be fine but we still have a major problem. People apparently think running away as a child is completely normal behavior. With this being said, I'd like to point out that realistically children in a temp home would be watched 24/7 due to fear of previous parents attempting kidnapping/worse. The last thing, illegal RP while under ASH/SEMC care. I've noticed kids leaving and committing crimes. This is highly unrealistic. Realistically if you were to leave, you'd be going to school. You would have been escorted there by someone. And if you had to go someplace else, someone would escort you. My main suggestion to solve all of the above problems is: Admin approval. Kids shouldn't be allowed to RP running away unless it's approved by an admin. Kids under care of ASH/SEMC should be allowed to commit illegal crimes unless it's approved by an admin. I feel that this does not limit roleplay because realistically if a child were to runaway or become missing, a building would lock down and a search would be completed. If the kid wasn't found, a state-wide Amber Alert would be issued, Police would be scattered, and shit would get real deep. As for the illegal roleplay, it could still be done but has to be allowed. For obvious reasons, children stealing cars, dealing guns and drugs, and pissing cops off while living at a temp home is completely unrealistic IRL. In MTA standards, it's apparently fine. So if for some reason a kid has to do the illegal activities, admins should know what it is and have to approve it before it is roleplayed. This helps preserve some realism. Also like to add that it's becoming an EVERYDAY thing with the children running away. There is really nothing we can do. We can't force them to stay in a room. We can't send out amber alerts when a child goes missing because it'd get annoying due to how many actually run away. TL:DR Children need admin approval to runaway and do illegal activities while under ASH/SEMC care.
  13. I discussed this with an admin and they completely fought me on American cops having racks like this. I have been apart of my local police department since I was 14 years old. I'm 21 in November. I've worked as a Police Dispatcher for half a year. I've rode in police cars. Every cop car I have ever been in has racks in it. Even when I did my ride along, the FTO I was riding with turned to me, pointed at his AR-15 and said "If shit goes down, hammer it back and pull the trigger." This was shocking to me but completely legit. It wasn't even locked in the rack and I could easily pull it out and shoot it. But he kept his doors locked when he left the vehicle, which is something that needs to be RP'ed here. Honestly, I approve of this for PD as it's realistically in bounds.
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