These are a pair of RuneScape sunglasses won from Rare item tokens that are won from Treasure Hunter. Examine: "Deal with it."
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Years ago, his dad died in a crash. His mom was just killed in one, too. A 12-year-old Edwardsville boy lost his second parent to a motorcycle crash on Thursday when his mother died in a crash after dropping him off to practice baseball. When Malik Allen was younger, his father also died in a car accident. Malik plays [...]
Ion Maiden is coming out on floppy disk… sort of One of the neat side effects of the recent throwback shooter trend is that it's sparked off an arms race in old school marketing. I've still got a pair of chintzy neon '90s sunglasses kicking around from the Strafe booth at PAX a couple years ago, and [...]
Photo Essay: Cobbles punctuate Tour's first week Chris Froome (Sky) spoke to the press at the start of stage 1 of the 2018 Tour de France. Photo: Jim Fryer / BrakeThrough Media | brakethroughmedia.com After being expelled from the race in 2017, Peter Sagan (BOH) returned in 2018 to the delight of his [...]
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How to Use Face ID on the iPhone X If you're unlucky enough to own a pair of sunglasses that blocks infrared light with a 940nm wavelength, you may find that your phone won't unlock because the Face ID sensor can't see your eyes. Most sunglasses work fine — mine definitely do— but if [...]
Computer hacker stole virtual property from online fantasy gamers to pay off REAL gambling debts Steven Burrell, 21, spent 16 months hacking player profiles on RuneScape. Stole fantasy items like swords and chain mail and sold them for £3,000 He was not charged with theft as stolen items existed in fantasy world Accused of hacking but Northampton magistrates spared him jail. A computer hacker has been spared jail after selling virtual items he had stolen breaking into the accounts of fantasy game players. Steven Burrell, from Northampton, spent 16 months hacking profiles on RuneScape, an online game where more than 200 million players live in a medieval fantasy world and collect armour and food.
Plenty of bugs have been removed and adjustments made for PC after the game’s initial release, these changes are already implemented in the console version. Besides the optimization required by the console engine itself and the screen resolution adjusted for TVs, there's not a real reduction in visual quality. however during work on the console builds we've also improved the look of certain special effects. Therefore sitting in front of the TV with a console pad, I'm actually enjoying the game more than on a PC (but my hard work at the office on this game for the last year also has something to do with that, I must admit). Without being ready to use the game engines and not having a really clear vision of player’s expectations, the next gen consoles weren’t the best target for us. We.
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Teenager dragged to court for giving away a friend's VIRTUAL gold coins in an online fantasy game Keiron Belmont, 19, logged into a friend's profile on the popular online game RuneScape and gave away her stash of virtual money following an argument. Gamer Helen Jenkins - who had spent six years saving up 'credits' in the medieval role-playing world ... [...]
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Stephen Gately and Susan Boyle top Google's most searched list Stephen Gately was the most searched for topic on the internet in 2009, Google has revealed. The search engine's annual list of its most popular requests showed that after the singer's death in October he passed major names in the top ten, including ... [...]
By Daily Mail ReportersUpdated: 10:00 EST, 9 February 2011 Facing jail: John W Phillips allegedly had sex with a 13-year-old Detroit girl he had met in an online role-playing gameA 54-year-old man is in police custody after allegedly having sex with a 13-year-old girl he had ‘wed’ in an online game.John W Phillips of Fitchburg, Massachussetts, is accused of having sex with the teenage girl on at least three occasions last year after they formed a relationship in the RuneScape multiplayer...
I mentioned the story before about Heather Ellis, the young woman who was threatened by the KKK after protesting about her arrest that took place in a Walmart store. The story was quite interesting in that Ellis now faces 15 years in prison for effectively cutting line at a Walmart. The unfortunate events occurred when Ellis was shopping with a cousin in Kennett, Missouri.Heather and her cousin went to separate lines and when her cousin found the shorter line, Heather joined him. Ellis was...
Jordan Daykin became youngest person to secure Dragons' Den investmentHis mother alleges that he burgled her home in Westbury, WiltshireShe claims he took two beds, four televisions and jewellery worth £4,000 By Stephanie Linning for MailOnlinePublished: 10:41 EST, 19 October 2014 | Updated: 12:16 EST, 19 October 2014 A teenage entrepreneur who scooped a £80,000 investment on Dragon's Den has been arrested on suspicion of burgling his mother's house.Jordan Daykin, 19, became the...