The Fast Drivers Guild
My first ixbox 360 purchased game was.... Elder Scrolls IV: The Gates of Oblivion. i will pause for beatings, insults, jokes, cracks, etc. awesome. now i need to defend my decision by pointing out that there arent THAT many options and until the sports packages are in full production mode, i will settle for a one-person fighter/role-playing game all day. suck my balls, i am a nerd. i mean at least i recognize that there are huge nerd elements to this game. first off, you pick what kind of race you are and you start out at level 1 and move through levels as you gain ixperience points. straight up dorky rpg game. but the graphix are sick and the xbox needs to be played with, so its a good match.
in this game, as most nerd games, you can join guilds.
guild (n.) -so anyway, in the spirit of the game and how pissed off i continue to get at the ridiculous insanity that is Georgia Driving, i have decided to start my own guild. membership is quite easy to obtain. you just have to comment one good badass driving story or one bad shitty driver experience that has happened to you. then you have to observe the Fast Drivers Guild rules at all times. By-laws can be added in the comments section as well. Without further ado, here is my motto, my credo, my rules of the road, and now my sworn Fast Driver oath.
1. An association of persons of the same trade or pursuits,
formed to protect mutual interests and maintain standards.
2. A similar association, as of merchants or artisans, in medieval times.