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Re: Call of Duty bluetooth~ers need to calm down!

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I also got in trouble because this one guy was cussing like crazy and my dad thought it was actually from the game so yeah......

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Re: Call of Duty bluetooth~ers need to calm down!

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I also got in trouble because this one guy was cussing like crazy and my dad thought it was actually from the game so yeah......

 

this has happened to so many people
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Re: Call of Duty bluetooth~ers need to calm down!

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I curse at people if they are bad.  Sorry, I don't like dead weight, haha.
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Well if you're getting in trouble for people cussing... then maybe you're not old enough to play the game.  The "M" stands for mature.  Not Mongoloids.  
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Re: Call of Duty bluetooth~ers need to calm down!

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I have a headset with separate volume control for chat. I have muted it the first week of CoD4 and never looked back...
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Re: Call of Duty bluetooth~ers need to calm down!

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I curse at people if they are bad.  Sorry, I don't like dead weight, haha.

agreed. had this guy, 10th prestige (obviously hacked), who would have been better off had he decided to count sheet threads. so i "politely" informed him that he should remove himself from a certain building and help his team out instead of being a waste of life.

 

he quit and we still lost, but near the end we were making a comeback because the new people who joined didnt have their heads up their 5th point of contact.

 

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Re: Call of Duty bluetooth~ers need to calm down!

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True, when i'm in MTDM I mute anyone with a mic, either them whining or can't understand them.
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Woosah right....Woosah?

 

Here's my numero uno rule:

 

As soon as I join a room I mute everybody on the other team, and if theres someone annoying I just mute em, or just make fun of them and laugh when they get even more p/o'd.

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In search and destroy, along with other game modes, I use a shield and spot targets for my team mates.  I've said aloud once (on terminal) "Enemy spotted approaching C (domination). He's coming from A, alone, hugging the wall near the gift shop."  Then I watch some moron just walk out in front of me, going "I like cereal," not even looking towards the location I pointed out, and then get turned into a bullet hamburger.  
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Agreed. I can't wait 'til there's an update where one could cross-game private chat. Not that I'd necessarily use it cross-game (so hard to concentrate on your own game while chatting with somebody else playing a different game, I hate it), but it'd be awesome to have the members in your party in your own lil chat while playing MW2. I like talking... I can't help it. I'd hope that people would just mute me, but it'd still be a little more good for privacy's sake, too.

For a company that spent so much time and energy exhorting the virtues of a free online service, to charge for marginally useful access and other nebulous online things, this is just another slap in the face of PS3 owners who were previously told that rumble is last gen, backwards compatibility is great and the versatility of their system in allowing other operating systems to be used on their hardware was a great feature.
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