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Feb 28th 2012 at 10:31:02 AM •••

I have played UT 2004, and yes, getting the announcer to say "Holy Shit!" is very hard. Very hard, however does not mean impossible. Going beyond the impossible means it has to be literally unattainable to begin with. It would be something like Sgt. Cortez in Timesplitters: Future Perfect shouting so loud that someone in the past hears it. This, however, is attainable, so it does not qualify. As Lou Reed once said, "Impossible doesn't mean very difficult. Very difficult is winning the Nobel Prize; impossible is eating the Sun."

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Feb 28th 2012 at 1:11:18 PM •••

Wouldn't Cortez's feat qualify for Up To Elven instead, since it's played for laughs?

Meh, anyway, reverting, then. Thanks.

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