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They would! Greedy capitalist squishing hobbyist for using their resources they paid for! It makes me sick, this is just the beginning. When we are forced to give up our rights to free stuff so producers can profit, it is a sign the world is ending! Can you believe it, so many people are even afraid to try to use these exploits to get their deserved free stuff because big ole corporations threatens to ban them from a service they pay for! Wow, can't you people see what is happening here? It is unbelievable. Since I bought the console, it is my hardware and I should get to do what I want. I also pay to use their LIVE service. So if using their generator to get free stuff causes me to ban, then Microsoft can go die in a fire! If they are allowed to ban you, then just imagine what they would be allowed to do if you played Nintendo or Playstation! If they don't like it, then they will take you down! COME AT ME MICROSOFT I'M SWITCHING TO APPLES!


Also, they shouldn't have been allowed to remove 1 vs 100! That was one of the reasons I liked playing my xbox! Since they removed it, I deserve all the free points I want! BAN ME BROS, I DARE YOU.

Your just saw that communism has failed lol
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At first I thought this article was going to be about the actual working keygen them have available. Maybe available isn't the right word though.
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This is hilarious! At least it takes attention from the PC bastards and the issues they give for a little bit.
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Go microsoft! Scam us more!
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Serves them right for using such a system. Cash is better for everyone.
    
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