What The Hell Is azzalovett Doing!?!?

If you look on his profile, he has made 11 posts in total, 6 of those 11 are random stupid 1 or 2 line posts that ask questions that are just ridiculous. See the image below to see what I mean.

The question about people parents... Seriously, what the hell!? Who just goes on a website and asks if peoples parents are still together!? I am not particularly bothered emotionally by this but I know that some people are very sensitive about this sort of thing and for him to just ask a question like that is absolutely ridiculous.

The rest of the 11 posts are 5 seperate 'daily joke' threads. The jokes are not great, they are poorly written, not using punctuation properly and missing out words and things, for example on the joke from the 16th, the first line is as follows "A woman gets onto bus carrying a little baby".

To be honest I have looked at the comments of nearly all his posts, the jokes are getting ok responses with a few people laughing but really, to post a seperate post every day with only a joke in it is stupid, especially when they are getting a max of 11 points and a lot of criticism.

In my opinion he is a troll and if it was down to me, he would get banned for being ridiculous.
azzalovett - what the hell is azzalovett doing!?!?

  • TryThat
  • November 19, 2011, 9:03 am
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    lol casper!
    you are seriously bothered by him XD

    His name is Casper?!!? IS HE A FRIENDLY GHOST?! :O
    But no, he's doing stupid things, I agree with... Casper the friendly ghost.
    - DarkHunter November 19, 2011, 9:46 am
    hey! thats MY nickname for him
    i call him casper the friendly ghost XD
    i dun care about azzeelloveeriiittttkkeellaa, i just ignore him :)
    his name is weird :S
    - MissRandom November 19, 2011, 9:50 am
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    He can't be banned. Mainly because he's not breaking any rules, just making boring posts. By this logic, you should ban me too (No one gives a rat's ass about my Zelda reviews. Even though I think a put decent bit of effort into them, my ratings/lack of feedback would suggest the opposite.)

    Even for poor writing, I've seen plenty of people on this site butcher the English language worse. I don't really think he's worth addressing.

    I know that technically he cannot be banned but it is one of those things where it is just stupid and pointless and you would love it if he would be gone.
    - TryThat November 19, 2011, 11:06 am
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    The good thing is we can answer one of Azza's questions, (Call of Duty) Modern Warfare 3 is in no way shape or form worth the $60 is costs. The story mode is buggy, depressing, and it seems like they hashed it together at the last seconds in parts. The multiplayer is exactly the same as Call of Duty 4 was at the basepoint, the only real difference being new paint for old guns and the new multiple killstreak trees. You die in a few less bullets, and everyone from every other call of duty game is back with no learning curve at all.
    The Spec Ops Survival mode, the last beacon of hope, is a horrible letdown. It assumes that like Call of Duty, your only real friend is yourself and that one guy who puts up with you because he's no better off then you. In other words, it's a clone of Horde Mode but with only 2 players. Overall it doesn't feel like a new game at all, it feels like an expansion pack and we regret having dropped any money into it.

    (Edit: We didn't have anything against the Call of Duty series, or the 'Modern Warfare' branch (Even though Battlefield 2: Modern Combat came out first, just saying) when we played them to review it to friends. However in Modern Warfare 3, they break the number one rule of violent video games. A little girl gets killed in one of the missions where you play her father in holiday in London. We're sorry, but there is just so much infinitely wrong with including that in the game it's pathetic. There was no reason it had to be in there, at all.)

    • Dawn
    • November 19, 2011, 10:05 am
    Seems Infinity ward likes the copy&past function on their computer.
    - devilduck November 19, 2011, 10:32 am
    I've yet to buy it for those reasons. Financial limits aside, I'd rather shell out the cash for Skyward Sword.
    - CrazyJay November 19, 2011, 10:36 am
    I am enjoying the Spec Ops missions and survival mode at the moment, multiplayer is annoying as hell though and the campaign has a good story and wasn't buggy for me like you say.

    Also I don't see what is so bad about the girl dying? It is a girl, people like that die in films and stuff all the time but when you put it in a game it is terrible? No. There is no problem with it in my eyes.
    - TryThat November 19, 2011, 11:17 am
    I think Dawn's implying that it's a pointless use of violence. Violence in a video game is a means to an end, the end being to produce an enjoyable game or add something to the story. It comes across as shock value rather than means to advance anything. Granted, children dying in games isn't new, Ezio's little brother, along with his father is hanged in Assassin's Creed 2. But this adds to the story, it fuels Ezio's desire for revenge against those responsible as well as his mother and sister's grief. In MW3, it's done in bad taste. Like some game developers are sitting around saying "You know what would add needed shock value, you know, cause a game with soldiers dying every few seconds doesn't have shock value? Killing a little girl! Because that's what this series needed, we never had a little girl die before!"

    Over analyzing FTW.
    - CrazyJay November 19, 2011, 11:27 am
    They probably do do it for shock value, like with the 'No Russian' level on MW2 it got the game talked about.
    It does at to the story because you can see that the terrorists are just killing whoever, not just political people or soldiers but little girls and their families etc.
    - TryThat November 19, 2011, 12:58 pm
    Exactly, "No russian" was part of the plot, the whole reason Russia invades the US is this game is because of it. (Creating the BIGGEST plot hole in video game history, because no gov't would go to war over such an obvious set up.)
    - CrazyJay November 19, 2011, 1:24 pm
    To make it plain and simple, we ALWAYS have a problem with children being the victim of any form of violence. End of story. Violence for Violence's sake is incredibly stupid,and you summed up our view on the scene quite well.

    No Russian was part of the plot, and there were no children in it. Assassin's Creed it was part of the plot, and the little brother was over the age of 10 at least. Modern Warfare 3, the little girl looks like she's maybe 5 or 6 at best, and there is no reason to depict it that way. Infinity Ward just as easily could have gone without her, and with just the wife talking and walking backwards.
    - Dawn November 19, 2011, 2:56 pm
    Wow... It is a virtual girl being killed. Not real, virtual, she doesn't exist and never has and never will do. Why make such a big fuss over it? Shit like that happens in real life, random passers by are killed by terrorist acts and some of them are bound to be children, MW3 just depicts it in a realistic situation.
    - TryThat November 19, 2011, 3:19 pm
    The fact that it is depicted at all is the problem, virtual or not. That shows a level of acceptance for the fact that should not be tolerated.
    - Dawn November 19, 2011, 3:44 pm
    To use another example, in Mass Effect 2 hundreds of human colonies are abducted, and slaughtered by aliens called "Collecters". Since these are entire colonies, you can assume this includes children, yet Bioware felt no need to depict it.

    That being said, I'm getting a little worried about my build up of useless video game observations.
    - CrazyJay November 19, 2011, 4:08 pm
    Ok I don't want to argue about this. In MY opinion there is nothing wrong with it. Obviously both of your opinions differ but MY opinion is that there is nothing wrong with it.
    - TryThat November 19, 2011, 4:53 pm
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    And everyone else got off the bus.

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