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you shot a guy in the balls
Treyarch or Infinityward??
Could Vorkuta be moon from zombies because the giant saw blade
All the steps are from origins
LOL the Jolly Russian Giant
The steps they said was seriously exactly what Samantha said in origins.
2:16 exactly what Samantha says in origins.
Yay 900th like
Reznovz dead he isn't alive he's in your head
Dude it's black ops
this one or mw2 or ghosts
In 20 days my bday I gotta choose a call of duty twitch one….??????
due to physics you rip the stabilzing wing from the helicopter and it would spiral out of control. However in real life the Hind which is what that heli was would drop the other wing and us the nose mounted minnigun to get it out of trouble.
You know when you killed castro's double you killed his real wife
indeed so does black ops 2 with black ops, you know woods,a.mason,…
harpooning a helecopter would work
wait that message ascend from darkness could that potentialy have a connection with our zombie story history?????
great job ther mister wiki!
The uprising—initially in the form of a passive walkout—began on or before July 19, 1953 at a single "department" and quickly spread to five others. Initial demands—to give inmates access tostate attorney and due justice—quickly changed to political demands. According to inmate Leonid Markizov, Voice of America and BBC broadcast regular news about the events in Rechlag, with correct names, ranks and numbers.
A substantial portion of the camp guards were former convicts. According to Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, the uprising was provoked by two unconnected events of June 1953: arrest of Lavrentiy Beria in Moscow and an arrival of Western Ukrainian prisoners who, unlike long-term Russian inmates, were still missing their freedom.
The Vorkuta Uprising was a major uprising of the concentration camp inmates at the Vorkuta Gulag in Vorkuta, Russia in July–August 1953, shortly after the arrest of Lavrentiy Beria. The uprising was violently stopped by the camp administration after two weeks of bloodless standoff. Vorkuta Rechlag (River Camp) or Special Camp No. 6 consisted of 17 separate "departments" engaged in construction of coal mines, coal mining and forestry. In 1946 it housed 62,700 inmates, 56,000 in July 1953.
reznov is from cod world at war, so all the threyarch games have atleast 1 connection
and this was 2010 he can obliviate you in 2013
who cares your better
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