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Windows 7: "HIRED GOONS: Father pays 'assassins' to kill son online"

15 Jan 2013   #1
iroro

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"HIRED GOONS: Father pays 'assassins' to kill son online"

Hey guys

I saw this article and im still laughing my head off lol, have a look.

HIRED GOONS: Father pays 'assassins' to kill son in online video game | Online Video Games Reviews & News | News.com.au

What do you think of that?

-Iroro
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