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I have to admit, I like making people mad. I also have to admit that I've never made someone as mad as this guy.

General grief over the Internet is something everyone can enjoy. That's the kind of science that goes into Red Dead Redemption's Free Roam mode. In Team Fortress 2 there are so many factors that can contribute to pure, unadulterated, vile anger. This guy sure knows how to express it. I saw this over the weekend. At first I was just looking for Team Fortress 2 gameplay (which I love to watch). Sometimes watching an amazing soldier or spy can be as fun as actually doing a great job as a soldier or spy. This video is not an example of that. This video is an example of a monster.

Warning: The language in this video might not be safe for work, children, grandparents, or your cat. Still, I couldn't help but crack up at parts. If you listen all the way through, you might find a gem or two.





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