A medium machine gun, used by the US military. It is gas-operated, air-cooled, and belt-fed, using a roller-locked bolt. It fires the NATO 7.62x51mm ammunition (the military version of the .308 Winchester rifle cartridge) at a rate of approximately 550 rounds per minute. In practice, however, a gunner would never fire such a long burst.more...
The M60 (also seen as M-60) was intended to be a General Purpose Machine Gun (GPMG) that could perform all combat roles well enough. However, it proved to be heavy and unreliable in service, and was soon known as "The Pig" by American troops.
One of its primary disadvantages as a machinegun with a lightweight barrel, for field use rather than emplacement use, is that the barrel could not easily be changed for a fresh one, as the bipod and gas system were permanently attached to the barrel. This greatly limited the weapon's practical rate of fire, as the barrel should be replaced after roughly every 200 rounds when in rapid-fire engagements. Without being able to change barrels, gunners had to restrict their bursts of fully automatic fire to short, spaced ones rather than the longer bursts that machine guns are tactically intended for.
Further, its firing pin and other small parts of the firing system were notoriously weak and prone to breakage and failure.
The M60 was later revised to the M60E3 standard, lightening the barrel further, along with other components, and moving the bipod to the gas cylinder housing in order to allow quicker...
A freeware game engine that allows you to play 2d fighting matches with an unlimited number of characters and stages. Infinitely customizable, mugen facilitates users' creativity and artistic skills as they create the various aspects of the game. First released in 1999 by Elecbyte, the community has thrived even in spite of the company's sudden dissolution in 2003. M.U.G.E.N. may be the best kept secret of the gaming community!
I collected over 2500 characters for M.U.G.E.N. in just three weeks!
U.S. military's proud gas operated, air cooled, light weight, hand held piece of shit. It is very sensitive to all elements that you'd find outdoors, including air and sunshine. It jams if fly shit gets into the bolt so essentially it's not much of a infantry weapon. It must be cleaned constantly to be able to fire a full magazine, and after that it needs more maintanence. To extend a grunt's life on the battlefield, the A2 variant isn't fully automatic, so there will be some time between dissasembly and cleaning. The reason it became standard issue in the U.S. military is because in the 1960's Colt executives bought some high ranking military brass a few beers and lapdances. Other than that, there's no reason why a recognized military would adopt such garbage.
PFC.Smith:"Hey Jones, i can't open this beer!"
PFC.Jones:"Use the ejection port on your M-16, stupid."
The c.u.p.i.d system or "cupids" was devised by the singular Alex Zavos of Cambridge in the year of our lord 2006.
C.U.P.I.D. stands for "Cunt Until Point Is Disproven" and is a system for choosing friends which weeds people out by instantly assuming everyone you meet is a twat until they prove to you that they are not.
A: Steve's just run off with my wife!
B: The cunt! But i thought you two were mates.
A: I know, I know I'm too trusting I should have used the c.u.p.i.d. system like Alex said.
B: Oh well at least you'll know for next time, lets go get pissed
A 2D fighting game engine, which can (in theory) be customized easily by adding new characters, backgrounds, sounds, and HUD elements (energy gauges and such).
The theory comes from the fact that the majority of M.U.G.E.N's character creators are whining bitches who lack any ability to share.
Apparently, taking a character and hosting it on your own site (known as warehousing) is an unimaginable wrong that you should be flogged for, even if you credit the character's 'creator'. Saving the 'creator's' bandwidth, and alleviating the need for people to spend hours wading through a million broken links and badly-designed sites in a multitude of languages is something that should never be done under any circumstances.
People often cite Elecbyte's discontinuing development of the software as the reason that the M.U.G.E.N community all but died. A little known fact is that the people who should have been the ones to keep it alive and fresh with new content actually killed most people's interest in the 'scene' by being possessive, whiny little bitches who decided that the best way to do justice to the concept of a nearly infinitely costomizable figting engine would be to do whatever they possibly could to stop new content from reaching people.
Man, M.U.G.E.N blows - infinitely customizable, and no-one wants to let people use the characters they stole.
Uncivilized Monsters Of Poverty. Its commonly used in a derogatory fashion by "well to do" snobbish rich kids to describe those of a lower class.
"look Charles. It's those damn u.m.o.p.'s sitting on that green box again. lets go this way instead, I wouldn't want to get AIDS if one were the breathe on me. well said. indeed."
Hows u is short for; “How are you?” -Or- “How are you doing?”
But it also depends in which sentence you use it.
Like for instance if u say; “hows ur studies doing?” Then it would mean; “How are ur studies doing?
So let’s say its more like when u put “u” or “ur” that changes the meaning of the word a bit.
-I am doing fine ty and u?
-I am ok!
-Hows ur gf/bf doing?
-He/She is doing just fine, ty and u?
-I’m doing ok.