Wolfenstein Girls and Ruby
Most of the Wolfenstein Girls spent their day posing with gamers who were outgoing enough to walk up and say hello. Here, my old friend Ockie from Michigan shows that he isn't bashful.
The builder of this system spent a great deal of time finding the right mix of add-on parts and innovative design to make a great looking, clean mod.
Is anyone even reading this?
I do feel bad for these girls; they had to carry around real vintage guns. If you have ever held an old German machine gun, you know they weigh a lot more than modern SMGs.
AMD had one of the busiest booths at QuakeCon 2008 and I am sure the two Rubys had a little something to do with that.
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