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  1. Spider-Vice

    C.U. Jimmy

    The CU.JMY wording in shipping containers in GTA IV is a reference to a stereotypical Scottish character by Russ Abbot, an English comedian.
  2. I found this on the grandtheftwiki, and I thought it would fit this place: "In the Firefly Island amusement park in Grand Theft Auto IV, located quite near the miniature golf course, there is a fairground ride with a backdrop that features a collage of screenshots from Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas: the Vinewood Sign, a Hydra hovering in front of the Los Santos skyline, and a Shamal flying over the countryside. The similarity of this mural and the end of the GTA V trailer (where a private jet flies over the Vinewood Sign and towards Los Santos) has lead many to believe that the mural was a deliberate hint towards the location of GTA V. It is known that GTA games are in development for many years, even before the release of previous games, which suggests that GTA V has been in production since the release of GTA IV."
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    Roman and Vlad and their relationship in GTA IV are a reference to the IRL quarrel between Vladimir Romanov (ex-owner) and Roman Bednar (a player) from Heart of Midlothian FC. https://www.expressandstar.com/sport/2007/09/06/bednar-ill-repay-baggies/ http://inbedwithmaradona.com/journal/2011/8/4/the-mad-bad-world-of-vladimir-romanov.html
  4. I want to copy the left doors of my car and then mirror them to the right side with all textures etc. but instead I got three different nasty results 1st Result: The model is ingame still flipped even after using modify/flip 2nd Result: After using Normals/calculate it's not flipped anymore but the sheet is edgy 3rd Result: The model of the door looks fine like vanilla but it's covered in a weird light dark chrome-like shine Can someone give me an advice how to copy and mirror objects of/for GTA IV cars ?
  5. Spider-Vice

    FUD Detergent

    Appearing starting in GTA IV - the FUD laundry detergent is a reference to the Scottish slang word for vagina.
  6. Spider-Vice


    The BAWSAQ stock exchange not only is a reference to the NASDAQ but is also direct Scottish slang for ballsack, given that in Scots you may use "baws" instead of "balls". A cross-dialect one.
  7. Spider-Vice

    Jakey's Lager

    Jakey's Lager is a brand of beer in GTA IV and V. A jakey, in Scottish slang, is a homeless drunk. https://gta.fandom.com/wiki/Jakey's_Lager https://www.yourdictionary.com/jakey#wiktionary
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