It's a hoax!
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The B.O.K.L. ACT
The BOKL ACT (Banishment of Kyle Lorenzen) was instituted 1/25/2012 by Congress members Ricardo, Malachi, Ryan, and Alex. The BOKL ACT was placed to serve as a Banishment of a certain nuisance away from certain Congress members mentioned above. The idea of the BOKL act came into place after empity threats from a Kyle Lorenzen suggesting withdrawls of Commando Dom codes that can be used in the popular video game Gears of War 3. Threats and allegations were also made to disband Xbox Live game invitations, or Game sessions, if his desires where not met with an enthusiastic response, and immediate reply insults and allegations of being, "gay as alex" were hurrled at the recipients. Repeated game and party invitations were flooded into inboxes of all the members of congress to the game Halo Reach...WHEN WE ALL MOVED ON FROM THAT GAME AT THAT POINT. Prolonged acts of awkward silence and failure to start a conversation without making members feel unconstitutionally obligated to babysit a 26 year old man living in his moms basement whilst being fed Danimals® Yogurt.
Failure to be a normal human being will result in permanent TERMINATION of the Xbox LIVE service from the user UAV Gamefreak a.k.a Faggot.
With Regards, The members of Congress:
Malachi, Ricardo, Ryan, Alex
Constitutionally brought into action by: CEO of Fight Against Piracy Inc. 05:39, 26 January 2012 (UTC).
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