Have any of you ever tried to share a story about a funny or impressive game experience with someone who doesn't play games? You too, huh? Yeah, it didn't work for me either. Honestly, if often doesn't work with people who DO play games, either. But that won't stop me from trying again! We used to play a lot of Rainbow Six Vegas, and would sometimes field clan of 12 players (all friends in real life) simultaneously. We had all scanned our faces in for our characters, which was a very cool feature of that game. One of the guys, blbpscott2 (Scott), had a habit of sometimes drinking a bit too much while playing. One night, he fell asleep during the game, and we came across his character, standing stock-still, weapon raised, eyes wide open (it was a picture of his face, after all), and snoring loudly through the mic. At that point, the game immediately stopped, and we all gathered around to look at and listen to them snore. Finally, Readyketch2 (Ray) shot him, and his body crumpled to the floor, still snoring. We laughed – probably a bit more than we should have – but that didn't wake him up either. He respawned somewhere else, and we could still hear him snoring. We spent the next half-hour or so hunting around the map for him wherever he respawned, and would try and find new ways to kill him, every time we found his snoring, staring figure. We shot him point-blank, we piled explosives on him, we tried for long-distance sniper kills, and whatever else we could think of. Honestly, it was more fun than the regular game! Good times, good times.