Ok, which one of you made "Terry" Cry?

Aero 1

Registered User
Mar 18, 2005
Clifton, NJ
Dr. Phil Combats Racists On Xbox Live

Terry admits to being a loyal 360 owner, but questions how long he can go on now that his headset is full of racism. He claims to have been called “monkey” on several occasions and was even told he was going to be lynched.

As a father of three, Terry fears for the safety of his family. He no longer allows his children to play online for fear they will also be harassed or threatened.

So what’s a guy to do? Well, he submits several complaints about the offenders, as well as calls customer support to report them. I wonder if “I’m being verbally threatened” is a phrase Xbox cool dude Max understands.

Apparently, Microsoft didn’t do anything, or at least not enough to satisfy Terry. The next logical step, obviously, is to call up Dr. Phil. I don’t mean to make light of his troubles, as I surely do not condone this type of behavior, but seriously, anyone who has played on Xbox Live has probably heard the n-word multiple times.
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Registered User
Apr 4, 2004
Wheaton, IL
Just turn down the headset volume Monkey Boy

sorry for multiposts. Sticky iPhone button


Showstopper, Main Eventer
Jul 20, 2005
Bronx, NY
Monkey made him cry? What a fucking queer. Maybe ole' Terry needs to take a trip to Philly sometime, or up to Boston. I'd love to see Terry and the Coons take a trip up to Bean Town and see how long it takes before mini-Ireland goes off an a racist tirade against him.


Supreme Champion!!!!!
Jan 14, 2002
Land of misfit toys
Terry Needs to Buck Up:
Man Drives 40 Hours to Stalk 15 Year-Old Girl He Met Online in Halo

We joke about how gaming, especially online first person shooters (in this case 'Halo'), are the domain of basement dwelling uber-dorks and sociopaths. Sadly every once in a while someone has to go and do something that gives the entire online gaming community a bad name.

The emotionally unbalanced loon in question this time is Joshua Stetar. Stetar, 20, was arrested last week in Spokane, Washington, for stalking and harassing a 15 year-old girl and her 6 year-old sister he met online playing 'Halo'. Stetar drove 40 hours, nonstop, across country from his home in Granville, New York, to sit outside the young girls' house and threatened, via text message, to **** her and her sister.

Terrifyingly enough, this was not the first encounter with Stetar that clearly crossed the line. Stetar sent flowers to the jailbait gamer several times over a one-year period and flooded her cell phone with hundreds of text messages. Stetar even flew to Spokane in October to stake out her house.

Apparently Stetar, whose MySpace page is packed to the brim with Bible quotes and homophobic rants, missed the lesson in Sunday school where they explained that stalking, harassing, and ****** little girls would not be considered the right thing to do.

The other question here, however, is how Stetar acquired the girl's address and cell phone number. We have to guess she gave that info to him before she knew he was a little less-than stable, but this all proves one thing: Watch who your kids are gaming with online.


as a matter of fact i dont have 5$
Aug 23, 2002
id blow that mother fuckers brains out for real


Registered User
Apr 23, 2006
Thibodaux, LA USA
Who the fuck lets their 6 year old play Halo anyway? The parents should be the ones getting Ra4ed.


as a matter of fact i dont have 5$
Aug 23, 2002
You wouldnt have to. A simple swat of the hand would do

are you kidding me? oh my god, i take back what i said, first i would fuck him, then beat him to a point that the only game he would ever play again is "who's gona change my diper and wipe the drool off my chin"