Skip to comments.Hot New Video Game Spurns Death Threats
Posted on 11/09/2011 7:28:20 AM PST by ConservativeStatement
AURORA, Colo. -- A customer who didn't get his Call of Duty video game became so irate he threatened to shoot employees and blow up a Best Buy store in Aurora, police said Tuesday.
Police were called just after midnight to the Best Buy near Interstate 70 and Tower Road.
The customer in question, 31 year-old Lomorin Sar, had reportedly pre-ordered the popular game earlier in the day, then became irate when the store ran out of copies.
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The word is “spurs”, not “spurns”.
"Get a Life!"
This guy, who know doubt lives in his mom’s basement, is about to find that in real life you don’t respawn ...
It arrived today and is sitting right next to me still in shrink-wrap. My wife reviews games.
Real Life is permadeath, and most gamers hate permadeath, so they refuse to play Real Life. That’s my theory.
I’ve threatened to rip video game discs out and throw them into the street before, but they usually spurn by threats too. Or more accurately just sit there and ignore my threats.
Does she review beer too. If so she might be the best wfe ever.
right you are!
Does she have a sister? ;-)
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