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sparkstable last won the day on August 14

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About sparkstable

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  • Birthday 01/06/1982

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  1. Dunkirk

    I know I do in my class! And the Commies... they loved EVERYONE to death... literally.
  2. Operation Trident

    Rifleman. I'll be there.
  3. Operation Whirlwind

    I assume we will continue this story tonight? If so... I'll be there ready to not know what I'm doing.
  4. Dunkirk

    Because, as history tells us... every third Brit in the war was a transgendered, multisexual, non-conforming non-racial, humxn. I mean... it is known!
  5. Dunkirk

    Just saw it today. Was disappointed only in that I thought it would have been mind blowingly epic. Instead it was just really good... so not a bad movie at all. Chris Nolan does his shtick and made it more complicated than necessary (don't want to give much away and ruin the experience) but in retrospect my wife and I both thought that it did have some purpose even if there may have been clearer ways to tell the story. Not much in terms of explanation of the size and scope of the event other than the number of Brits trapped on the beach. Therefore if you want to learn more than the basics you will need to look elsewhere. Action was good. Was not gore filled like Private Ryan was, But was not Micheal Bay over the top like Pear Harbor was. The emotional side was really surprising. There isn't a ton of dialog but there are several events that are moving other than the general concept of the civilians saving the British army. All in all... Glad I saw it. It was a good movie even if it wasn't quite what I was expecting.
  6. Operation Whirlwind

    Bullet sponge / human shield / grunt / tell me what to do, where to go, and who to shoot.
  7. Operation Overload

    Rifleman for me... unless bullet sponge is an option.
  8. Operation North Point

    If it's 9 CST then I should be able to join! (can't promise but it's looking good! I'll try and confirm tomorrow afternoon). I'll try and find someone who can help me get the mods ready tonight. As for job? I think bullet sponge for my first go is plenty audacious. Anything more will look a lot like failure. Rifleman.
  9. looking for a noob friendly unit

    I recently purchased ArmA 3 and, after nearly a decade away from multiplayer gaming I decided I missed it. My degree from college says Political Science but it should have said that I double majored in Soldier of Fortune 2 and Call of Duty... I was active for about 5 years in a SoF2/CoD/CoD2/W:ET clan in the early 2000s... even ranked up fairly high before I parted ways with them. I'm looking for a place where I can play with people who take the game serious, but not themselves. Your unit description seems to be exactly what I'm looking for... a place where people will play the game right, but without all the obligation, headache, and hard-and-fast time commitment with a dose of "be here every week or get lost." I'm looking for a place that can show me the ropes (I'm new to the game), provide a regular group of people to play with during the day (I'm a teacher and on summer break... the wife is usually around in the evening and not a fan of me being on TS when she's around), or even late at night over the summer (after she's asleep), and any other time I may have in between. I like the idea of doing large-scale rpg-ish operations (it appears you have those on Saturday nights)... but because of the wife I may not be able to play at that time regularly (but would love to occasionally). If you guys think this is the place for me... I'd be thrilled to get to know you guys and start shooting the bad guys together. Let me know and I'll fill out an app. Thanks for your time - sparkstable (it's pronounced like a British policeman... like constable, only sparstable) PS - While poking around the website I could never quite find a form for the app. If this works out should I just copy/past from someone else's app?

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