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  2. Hello, the Advisory Team of Origin Generation Gaming is glad to inform you that your application has been successfully reviewed and accepted. You have 48 hours to visit our Discord and wait in the according channel for someone to handle your interview. Have a great day. Senior Community Advisor Emilia Rose
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  4. Hello, the Advisory Team of Origin Generation Gaming is glad to inform you that your application has been successfully reviewed and put on-hold. You have 48 hours to review your application thoroughly and fix the said issues; • Lack of words (Minimum of 150 words or more) Senior Community Advisor 'Kristen Hughes'
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  6. The term "Yardie'' is a moniker given by the Jamaican people themselves to someone recently arrived in the United Kingdom from Jamaica, which is referred to as the "back yard'' (meaning back home).During the 1950s, while England was enjoying a post-war economic boom, the British Government encouraged immigration to the country to fill existing job vacancies. As a result, many Afro-Caribbeans immigrated in search of a better standard of living. They mostly found unskilled employment, and because wages were low, sought cheap housing in the run down, inner-city areas. When the country's economic fortunes changed, many in this new work force were among the first to feel the recession. Second-generation Caribbeans, in particular, found it difficult to match achievements with aspirations. Within the low-income, Afro-Caribbean communities of London, crime is not unlike that found in many major American cities. Living in poor-quality housing--often public or "project'' housing--the people comprise a disproportionately high ratio of the unemployed. Violence, usually drug related, continually plagues residents.Over the years, police relations with residents of these communities have often been strained, and on occasion, violently confrontational. Policing ethnically sensitive and volatile areas was difficult and demanding, although considerable progress was made in developing the citizenry's trust in law enforcement.However, the relationship between law enforcement and low-income, ethnic communities deteriorated rapidly when a new influx of immigrants arrived in the United Kingdom during the late 1970s. Unlike those who preceded them, these immigrants did not adhere to a Christian work ethic, nor did they come seeking a better life. Rather, they came as criminals, often fugitives, to earn money from crime. Gradually, these "Yardies'' distinguished themselves from the local communitie. Yardies are generally single males between the ages of 18 and 35. They are usually unemployed, often by choice, although some will claim to be involved in the music business as singers, musicians, record producers or promoters, or disc jockeys when challenged. Although determining the nationality of those who arrive is difficult, Jamaica is by far the predominant country of origin. Entering the country as tourists or to "visit relatives,'' Yardies usually assume false identities and carry forged credentials. Many have criminal convictions or are wanted by the police. Because they are known only by their street names to their associates, they are extremely difficult to identify. Some even travel on false or fraudulently obtained British passports. The United Kingdom became an attractive destination for Yardies because of its long-standing association with its former colonies in the Caribbean. Both share a common language and many cultural, social, sporting, and religious values- actors upon which legitimate immigration is built.Unfortunately, with the immigration of convicted criminals and fugitives, a criminal infrastructure arose within the community that is hostile toward the police and provides a refuge for fugitives. Clubs, bars, and house parties that tend to imitate Jamaican street life provide the venues for crime.Even though Yardies find support in these established ethnic communities, the United Kingdom is not the destination of choice for them; that honor is bestowed on the United States. However, as Jamaican violence and drug trafficking has grown, U.S. immigration authorities and other Federal agencies have become aware of the dangers posed by Jamaican gangs. The United States has made it increasingly difficult for Jamaican criminals to gain entry into the country; consequently, they have been forced to look elsewhere, particularly to the United Kingdom. In many cases, though, Britain has simply become the staging point for entry into the United States on fraudulently obtained British passports.Slowly but surely the Yardies have been able to migrate and infiltrate the United States, predominantly in the south west coast in larger cities such as Los Santos, San Andreas. Yardies in these parts tend to form small support groups of any Caribbean descendants whom live together in community homes. They stick to project housing and low-income housing despite their immense profit from their trafficking of contraband. They instead invest their profit in more merchandise or defense in the form of weaponry. Once they've reached their destination, the Yardies who assimilate into the respective communities usually become involved in drug-related crime. Such crime is primarily introspective, that is, it is the community itself that is damaged the most. Drug sales are made predominantly to other residents; violence, usually drug related, is directed toward those who live there. Inevitably, and no doubt as a direct economic necessity, the crime spills over into other areas of the community with burglary and robbery being committed outside the defined areas to fund drug abuse.In many ways, the cultural strengths of the Afro-Caribbean communities are being debased and abused as vehicles for serious crime. Organized Jamaican reggae parties are used frequently to conduct drug transactions. International travel by couriers and traffickers is masked behind the "international culture of music.'' Nonauthorized radio stations are prolific advertisers of musical events where drugs are distributed.The traditional use of marijuana has given way to cocaine and "crack cocaine.'' Here, the methods of production and distribution of drugs emulates those of U.S. inner cities. Heavily armored doors, alarmed and protected by locks and grills, define the perimeters of drug houses. The use of pagers and mobile phones are common among the dealers. Yet, the greatest concern is the increasing use of firearms Unfortunately, there is a greater willingness among Jamaican drug dealers to settle disputes with a firearm. The fatal shooting of "Yardie Ron'' on the streets of a busy London suburb during the course of dispute involving drugs evidences this fact. Eight shots were fired from three different weapons, an occurrence totally alien to the United Kingdom. In some areas where the unarmed British bobby has struggled to gain the confidence of the community, some Yardies routinely wear guns as macho displays.Though their weapons trafficking has not been largely profitable in the United States due to its less restrictive gun laws, the Yardies still maintain a steady trade of illegal and unlicensed fire arms. This steady stream also keeps the Yardies well armed with automatic weapons such as AK-47 and UZI's as their main weapons of choice. Many Yardies as a sign of wealth and status among the group tote gold plated weaponry as well. It is difficult to determine by the intelligence gathered whether Yardie or Jamaican crime is organized and comparable to other crime groups like the La Cosa Nostra. Yet, one key element of organized crime--providing illegal goods or services--is clearly evident in Jamaican crime groups. Without question, these groups are involved in supplying marijuana, cocaine, and to a certain extent, prostitutes. They also use force and violence, but here is where the analysis becomes more complex.Traditionally, organized crime has been perceived to rely on corrupt public officials to maintain its monopoly. Yet, Jamaican crime groups do not have a monopoly, or anything approaching it. Nor is there any substantial evidence of them being involved in public corruption or the criminal infiltration of existing organizations, such as unions or businesses. There is also no evidence of any intent to establish quasi-legitimate corporations as "fronts'' for criminal activities.By far, the most vexing questions are those of leadership and group structure. Jamaican crime in the United Kingdom does not have a select group of senior figures controlling a complex, criminal pyramid. Rather, Jamaican crime groups have relatively small, flat organizational structures. The rise to the top is a relatively short step for anyone with access to drugs and the willingness to use force. In most cases, the "top man'' not only imports the drugs but is also personally involved in street dealings.Occasional conflicts between groups are manifested in street violence, but for the most part, groups support each other. In fact, it is not uncommon for members to belong to more than one group. Groups are not durable and frequently break up and reorganize. The dynamics of the groups are chaotic; the only common denominator is the ethnic origin of the members. Ranks: R7 - Yardie R6 - lil' Yardie R5 - Dealer R4 - Turist R3 - Crim R2 - Shottas R1 - King Fox R0 - lil' Fox Members: Daniel H Sato Tyler Hunter Sato Lee Smoke Vehicles: Skins:
  7. SA:MP Full Name James_Mustang House ID 136 Additional Information - Location https://ibb.co/3W1Ltx6
  8. SA:MP Full Name Levi_Stax House ID 22 Additional Information Location https://ibb.co/N1P71CP
  9. SA:MP Full Name: Michael Mason Stats Page 1 Stats Page 2 How many hours are you online per day? 2-6 Hours Age 20 What makes you think you're better than the other applicants? I know the script. I know much more about offenses about the server and also even the slightest offenses such Non-RP Interior, Non-RP Toys, Non-RP Behavior and others that can be recognize as offenses of the server. Also, I'm able to answer other specific questions in-game for the players to know about the stuffs they wanted to know. Have you ever been imprisoned or banned, if so why? Never.
  10. SA:MP Full Name: Trey Stax Flexman Stats Page 1 Stats Page 2 How many hours are you online per day? From 2-6 in different timezones Age 20 What makes you think you're better than the other applicants? Helper position makes new players stay in the server even if the player-base isn't high enough like other servers. Once they get help with an appropriate way they will stay and build their accounts. So basically I've a good way communicating with newbies as I was a Community Adviser back in old NGG also CA position tests your patience with newbies who don't understand the server rules clearly. I'm active daily from 2 to 6 hours even more in different timezones so I believe I fit for this position. I would like to have the honor to prove myself in the Community Team. Have you ever been imprisoned or banned, if so why? I cant really remember when it was a long time ago...
  11. SA:MP Full Name: Levi_Stax Stats Page 1 Stats Page 2 How many hours are you online per day? from 7h to 8h Age 19 What makes you think you're better than the other applicants? Because I have played many roleplay servers which helped me to understand how to roleplay, OOC rules and knowing many places. I was a helper in ngg v1 so I know how to communicate with newbies and teach them OOC rules. I am active in this server which will make me able to help people for a long time. I will treat them well also I'm a patient guy who can spend too much time with newbies . I will do my best to help this community as much as I can . Last but not least I will be proud to be one of the staff members. Have you ever been imprisoned or banned, if so why? [ breaking DGA policy] shooting ground units with rhino [i should have left them shooting me LMAO]
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  13. SA:MP Full Name: Carly Carmine Stats Page 1 Stats Page 2 How many hours are you online per day? 4 to 6 Age 19 What makes you think you're better than the other applicants? In fact, I've too many skills to share in this department since I was a cheif community advisor in another server ''NGGv2'' ((I've proofs)) also I like to help the new people in their issues also to get to the old players level in knowing the commands or even in the roleplay, also I'm not just willing to help the new players I'm willing to help the current advisory department staff to improve the department. I will start by adding a new rewards system to the advisors that we were using in NGGv2 and also will add the check-in system to make sure everyone is doing their job. I think that's all I can say and I hope you give me the chances to join the department and add some improvements, also to help this community to grow more and more. in general, I like to help the people in their issues. I think those are enough reasons why you should accept me. Have you ever been imprisoned or banned, if so why? once, one month ago, the reason was a misunderstanding.
  14. SA:MP Full Name Marty_Robins Type of Request Business Nature of Request Move Additional Information I'd like to move my business to another better location. My business, ss with /time ---> https://imgur.com/a/Zcab2KS Location Where I want it to be moved. SS with /time ---> https://imgur.com/a/eCH4ebS & /stats ---> https://imgur.com/a/yOVOo2u
  15. SA:MP Full Name Nyannyan_Snow Type of Request Dynamic Gate Nature of Request Placement Additional Information Request add gate 19862 in House ID 502 Location Flint County Stats time and more crap
  16. Your in-game name: Marty_Robins Faction's Name: RAF Date: 07/17/2019 Faction members you're reporting: Steve Faulkner Explanation of the report: So as soon as I came IG , Steve was talking about that he was unable to instal a rim or modify his lspd car. So, I jumped in between the convo that I should help you with it and he said no I don't want you to as I keep insisting him that let me give it a try so right after that he started humiliating me. I just said oh you're like 20yo arrogant kid, so it must have hurt Steve male ego. Right after that he said I will kick you for saying that. Like seriously? Total misuse of power. and he started blaming me that I tried to help him and warned me that I'm your general if you say another word I'll kick you after all his blabbering I just said two words Poor Guy. The next thing that I was kicked from the faction. That's some showoff and total misuse of power. Kindly look into this matter so that it won't happen to someone else again. Ty! Evidence: https://imgur.com/a/1ittmwx
  17. Processed: DD id 2461 DD Id 700 Placed as request
  18. Hello, the Advisory Team of Origin Generation Gaming is glad to inform you that your application has been successfully reviewed and put on-hold. You have 48 hours to review your application thoroughly and fix the said issues; • Lack of words (Minimum of 150 words or more) • Punctuation and Capitalization errors detected. Senior Community Advisor Emilia Rose
  19. I think Wrong ID just a small misake and it's natural because admin is not perfect human . And this problem is not suitable here . This should be CLOSED :)
  20. SA:MP Full Name: Tyrell_T_Chainz Stats Page 1 Stats Page 2 How many hours are you online per day? 12 hrs - 18 hrs but mostly its 12hrs Age 19 What makes you think you're better than the other applicants? I think I'm better than them because I don't answer " FIND IT OUT IC'LY " many helpers answering newbie like this but me I don't do this things, I answer it with complete or full sentence that they are glad or happy for my answers. I have handled servers and even started my own server with this script, I know how to help them in many ways that they will be satisfied with those kind of helps. All the commands of helper I know it, I knew that this would help the server and the new comer's in the server, I'm not a busy guy that will put all the attention in just one thing, I love multitasking though. I can help anytime and I'm one call away Just call help and I will be there, I will not stop helping them until they are satisfied with my answers. I have played SA:MP since 2013 if I'm not mistaken, I'm also a staff in Next Generation Gaming V1 my position there is Senior Advisor. I don't have any warnings nor muted in the server. Have you ever been imprisoned or banned, if so why? Nope, and hopefully nothing will happen like this.
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