Ohai thurrr.

I have a few choice words for you.

Fort Gay.

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Believe it or not this is a real place.  It is a town in West Virginia, which is west… of Virginia. Now that the geography lesson is over, let us dive into why I am talking about Fort Gay. A man by the name of Josh Moore who is 26 and unemployed lives here and used to be an industrial laborer. Josh is also a gamer on Xbox Live, and put the place he lives as, “Fort Gay, WV” in his profile under location.  Seeing as how this is a real place, he cannot get into any trouble right? No, wrong. His account was banned because of the fact he lives in Fort Gay, WV. He called Xbox Live many a time to try and reason with them, even gave them his zip code for them to Google just so he could get his account back. Also he went and talked to the mayor of Fort Gay to try and talk Xbox Live into getting his account back. Xbox also instituted a new rule allowing people to have their sexual beliefs in their gamertags. Josh did get his account back along with an apology.

To be honest, if you can have your sexual beliefs in your gamertag, then it should not be any difference to put it into your profile.

Source: http://www.gamespot.com/news/6275426.html?tag=latestheadlines;title;3&tag=stitialclk;news


Written by omfgwtflawl

September 8, 2010 at 8:26 pm

Posted in Technology things.

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  1. Astounding article bro. This kind of is just a exceedingly nicely structured posting, just the tips I was hunting for. Thanks

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    September 10, 2010 at 1:58 pm

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