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Author Topic: Top 10 Rejected SIMS Team Mottos  (Read 2083 times)

tinjaw

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Top 10 Rejected SIMS Team Mottos
« on: December 21, 2007, 01:32:46 PM »
I asked our own Ralf Maximus for a top 10 list I could post at my workplace. Ralf delivered the goods. I only tweaked it a little bit.

To provide you with context, I work on a six-man team that helps the US Army keep cost down by using off the shelf games to train Army officers.

Top 10 Rejected SIMS Team Mottos

10. "Does this MOD make me look fat?"
9. "You sunk my battleship!"
8. "It takes a real man to die bravely in combat.  It takes a team of six to teach him not to do that."
7. “Answering Your Stupid Questions: With Science!"
6. "We Don't Care What You Think, Halo 3 is a Valid Training Tool."
5. “We’re not in Mom’s basement anymore!”
4. "Since you asked, yes: w00t is an official DoD acronym"
3. “We are unstoppable.  Unless power to the server room fails."
2. "Simulated combat is for the weak and timid!"  (Translated from the original Klingon)
1. "Smell that, soldier?  Napalm.  The simulated smell of victory." (If you can’t smell it please make sure the “Smell” option is checked. If it is, please reboot.)

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Re: Top 10 Rejected SIMS Team Mottos
« Reply #1 on: December 21, 2007, 03:12:20 PM »
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team that helps the US Army keep cost down by using off the shelf games to train Army officers

I just wanted you to know that I had enough self-control to reject the first dozen or so responses that sprang to mind!