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    visible25 reacted to cp702 in LSPD First Response 0.2a Update   
    This is what NOOSE air support is great for. Or you could do what I've done and patrol in a tank.
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    visible25 reacted to Sam in LSPD First Response 0.2 Beta   
    We'll release more information about the API shortly.  Main focus is the actual release just now.
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    visible25 reacted to FtDLulz in LSPDFR 0.2 Update - 12 July   
    Sam, you and the whole team are just amazing. There's no need to apologize considering how hard you all are working to fix this issue.
    Great work.
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    visible25 got a reaction from Mr.JonnhyCZG in LSPDFR 0.2 Announcement + First Preview   
    oh god.... back I go
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    visible25 reacted to Sam in LSPDFR 0.2 Announcement + First Preview   
    Following on from the massive debut of LSPDFR on GTA V a mere two weeks ago, we're proud to announce the next installment in the series - LSPDFR 0.2 - featuring not only numerous enhancements and fixes, but also some highly requested features.
    Indeed, while originally versioned as 0.1.1, the number of changes introduced in 0.2 seemed too significant to be represented by only a minor increment. LSPDFR 0.2 goes some way in adressing much of the feedback after the first public release and is our first response, pun most definitely intended, to thousands of the comments we've received since then through the forums, YouTube and social media.
    From the electroshocking glory of stun guns, to a blast from the past with the LCPDFR style search areas and pursuit blipping, LSPDFR 0.2 packs a serious punch and is a major improvement from our first offering.

    Asking for ID in traffic stops - one of the many suggestions that have made their way into LSPDFR 0.2.
    For those of you familiar with LCPDFR 1.1, the lack of search areas and blips in LSPDFR pursuits might have been confusing.  Fear no more, however, as we've reintroduced the system with much the same aesthetic style as that of before.  There are, however, some notable improvements including the way in which each unit in the pursuit is now being uniquely marked on the game's map.  This means that the legend at the side of the map can be used to highlight each different type of police vehicle currently involved.
    We'll have more to share regarding the features in LSPDFR 0.2 tomorrow, when we'll move away from the pursuits and action sequences, and take a look at how 0.2 brings about better support of routine police work - something I know a lot of people are looking for.
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    visible25 reacted to Sam in The Final Countdown - LSPDFR Trailer 2   
    ​I smiled.
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    visible25 reacted to KarlieTheKloss in Was 9/11 an inside Job   
    No. End of story. /thread.
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    visible25 reacted to Illusionyary in Grand Theft Auto V Release Dates (PC, PS4 & Xbox One)   
    A lot.
    Digital download.
    Australian internet.
    ...well I'm screwed.
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    visible25 reacted to ineseri in Rekking ineseri   
    Well post count isn't that important, what is important is what you post. As long as the content is somehow contributing to the discussion at hand, or similar. That should be what people should strive for.
    Most of my posts are support posts and now later on moderator posts. 
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    visible25 reacted to NickieB in NickieB's farewell to the community - its been a good one....   
    For anyone who's been paying attention my activity on the site over the past few months has been slim to none. I've been meaning to do this for awhile now so this will be my farewell and my announcement of "retirement". I've been an active member of this site for years now with over 1,000 posts, honestly I never thought I'd make 100 posts. I'm not going to ramble on and right an essay, there are just a few things I want to say. There have been so many people along the way that have helped me:
    Nutt - who's been a great friend, contributed to many projects and has been with me since day one.
    Makinith29 - the YouTube legend
    EFox - another good friend who has been with me from the start
    KevinDV, EVI, BxBugs123, Voodoobie, Tim98 (or whatever he calls himself today) for all of the parts and support they have provided along the way.
    Raptor422 and Strikeeagle345 - I was able to form great friendships with these guys and have a successful YouTube LCPD:FR patrol series.
    Also a huge thank you to Sam and the developers of LCPD:FR, without you there wouldn't be any reason for all the great mods we make.
    Anyone who has ever BETA tested for me - the mods weren't possible without you guys.
    Anyone else I forgot, don't feel bad if I forgot your name, I just have trouble remembering everyone.
    It all started with an unlocked CVPI, EVI's wheel pack, Code 3 XT6's and a Whelen Justice... I did it simply because I wanted 1 car, a slicktop unmarked CVPI with hubcaps. (link to my first model for anyone interested ?do=embed' frameborder='0' data-embedContent>)'>?do=embed' frameborder='0' data-embedContent>) I never intended to even release that or make any more cars than that but with almost 35 released files totaling 40,000 downloads on this site alone, I couldn't have asked for anything more. None of which would have been possible without you guys, the community.
    Honestly I have no interest in modeling anymore, I haven't touched any projects in months and even in my free time I don't enjoy it like I use to. With work and the fact that what use to be a virtual law enforcement career is on its way to becoming a real life one I feel its time to part ways so I can focus fully on that, as I've been doing for awhile now. I had some great times on this forum and in this community as a whole and once again I thank everyone for that. GTA V has been in the back of my mind and while there is a chance I may come back and release content for that, well I wouldn't hold your breath. I will still lurk in the shadows as I've been doing and may occasionally posts here and there but for the most part this will conclude my time here.
    THANK YOU and I hope everyone has a fantastic holiday and new year.
    NickieB going 10-42, farewell 
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    visible25 reacted to Sam in Flashback: 1st December, 2013   
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    visible25 reacted to Pavelow in Let's see some pic's of what you do for work, Heres mine:   
    Well, in an effort to stay awake, I decided to expose our budget cuts.

    This is what I normally do (Not me in the mirror)

    And here's something your recruiter won't tell you, kids! 

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    visible25 reacted to Lundy in Let's see some pic's of what you do for work, Heres mine:   
    Here's a couple of pics of my job.

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    visible25 got a reaction from ThatOneHick in Building a PC from "Pick a Part"   
    Give them a budget and what you'll be using it for
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    visible25 reacted to Caesar in Comedy Thread   
    Here's a funny joke. 

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    visible25 reacted to Olanov in General Coding Thread   
    I wish I could script, and I want to learn but I'm too lazy and my head begins to hurt after a few seconds of looking at the code.
    Furthest I ever got was creating a script for ARMA 2 where you could "end it all". Blow your brains out, in other words. Worked well if you had been surrounded by the police in a confined space.
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    visible25 got a reaction from Rocking_Star101 in Random Stop: The last minutes of a 22 years old cop   
    I hate you, I hate you, I hate you... was really hoping the original dashcam footage wouldn't surface on the thread, but I knew it would, and I knew I'd watch it. One of the most horrific videos I've ever seen and I never not watch it when I come across it.
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    visible25 reacted to iiKonrad in Finally some freedom in our favor   
    Personally I hate laws like "You have the right to not be searched" Or "You do not have to show your ID". People that are all about laws piss cops off, I mean dont be that guy, and just show the cop your ID. Just my opinion though, Feedback?
      -Best Regards,
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    visible25 got a reaction from ThatOneHick in GTA 5 Scripts and Native Documentation for PC   
    I don't know diddly squat about scripting/coding/anything. BUT what I do know is the the PC version is not out yet, and therefore I do not believe we can start making these assumptions until the PC version is Officially released 
    I understand if I'm completely off, but on my limited knowledge it does seem we cannot rush to any judgement
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    visible25 reacted to Illusionyary in Newest WIP/REL   
    Got enough lights? 
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    visible25 got a reaction from cp702 in Has anyone discovered how to...?   
    ELS 7
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    visible25 got a reaction from Rocking_Star101 in GTA 5 "Enhanced" for PC   
    I'm hoping this isn't just a "Hype Train" thing, and they're actually serious. I'm only skeptical because of how crappy the port was for IV... without mods it was worse than console versions which we all know is not how it should be 
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    visible25 reacted to Olanov in Police Tactics - A Police Officer Simulator   
    Yours is utterly shit premature though.
    I guess some people just haven't heard of placeholder models neither. Damn.
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    visible25 got a reaction from ineseri in Has anyone discovered how to...?   
    ELS 7
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    visible25 got a reaction from Chappie in Has anyone discovered how to...?   
    ELS 7
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