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Herman Cyril McNeile , MC (28 September 1888 – 14 August 1937), commonly known as Cyril McNeile and publishing under the name H. C. McNeile or the pseudonym Sapper , was a British soldier and author. Drawing on his experiences in the trenches during the First World War , he started writing short stories and getting them published in the Daily Mail . As serving officers in the British Army were not permitted to publish under their own names, he was given the pen name "Sapper" by Lord Northcliffe , the owner of the Daily Mail ; the nickname was based on that of his corps, the Royal Engineers .

After the war McNeile left the army and continued writing, although he changed from war stories to thrillers . In 1920 he published Bulldog Drummond , whose eponymous hero became his best-known creation. The character was based on McNeile himself, on his friend Gerard Fairlie and on English gentlemen generally. McNeile wrote ten Bulldog Drummond novels, as well as three plays and a screenplay .

McNeile interspersed his Drummond work with other novels and story collections that included two characters who appeared as protagonists in their own works, Jim Maitland and Ronald Standish. He was one of the most successful British popular authors of the inter-war period before his death in 1937 from throat cancer, which has been attributed to damage sustained from a gas attack in the war.

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Weapons are varying items that are used in combat, executing special taunts , or are reskins for the player to admire. Weapons are given to players as random drops , by crafting , by completing achievements , uncrating crates or trading , and may carry an item quality .

Before the Tough Break Update , when switching between weapons, there was a 0.67 (2/3) second delay before the new weapon can be fired. Some weapons could change the delay while equipped, which was applied to all weapons equipped at the time:

The Tough Break Update reduced the weapon switch time from 0.67 (2/3) seconds to 0.5 seconds. All weapons that previously increased or decreased the switch speed across all equipped weapons now only affect switching to or from that specific weapon:

Herman Cyril McNeile , MC (28 September 1888 – 14 August 1937), commonly known as Cyril McNeile and publishing under the name H. C. McNeile or the pseudonym Sapper , was a British soldier and author. Drawing on his experiences in the trenches during the First World War , he started writing short stories and getting them published in the Daily Mail . As serving officers in the British Army were not permitted to publish under their own names, he was given the pen name "Sapper" by Lord Northcliffe , the owner of the Daily Mail ; the nickname was based on that of his corps, the Royal Engineers .

After the war McNeile left the army and continued writing, although he changed from war stories to thrillers . In 1920 he published Bulldog Drummond , whose eponymous hero became his best-known creation. The character was based on McNeile himself, on his friend Gerard Fairlie and on English gentlemen generally. McNeile wrote ten Bulldog Drummond novels, as well as three plays and a screenplay .

McNeile interspersed his Drummond work with other novels and story collections that included two characters who appeared as protagonists in their own works, Jim Maitland and Ronald Standish. He was one of the most successful British popular authors of the inter-war period before his death in 1937 from throat cancer, which has been attributed to damage sustained from a gas attack in the war.

Agent spy is most often polite and gentle to folks who are innocent or good, but when crossing some with hostile people or freaks, he will either try to knock them out and later put them in jail, or put them down if necessarily. He loves to patrol around and keep the innocent safe from other hostile beings or freaks, but he often sometimes on missions, since he is also a undercover cop and agent of the law. He also has a strong friend relationship with Synth due to him saving his life from a very hostile being.

Agent spy has most likely gained military training through out his past in becoming a agent/cop and making him have inhuman fitness abilities. He also has regular spy usages like the knife, revolver, but lacks in sapper and spy disguise kit. He can use his slow motion ability to Doug in coming bullets, missiles, etc. He also can go invisible like any other spy, but the invisibility isn't limited. He is a well trained martial artist and very intelligent, which is often quiet useful if he has no weapons at the moment or dueling one on one with a hostile enemy or freak. Agent S can also throw his knifes as if they were kunais.

Even though he can Doug multiple attacks quickly by using his slow motion ability, he is vulnerable to guns and weapons being shot or hit through him or injuring him, due to him being as durable as a human. He is also vulnerable to any surprise or unexpected attacks that he can not detect while being off guard.

All are presumed innocent until proven guilty by a court of law. Please email me at totalcrime70@gmail.com if you see any inaccurate information.

May 21 –  Sonita Nijhawan, 38, died of head and neck injuries at her home in the wealthy, gated Crossfield Place in St George’s Hill, Weybridge, Surrey. Her husband Sanjay Nijhawan, 46, has been charged with murder and awaits trial.

May 18  – Richard Groves, 32, was beaten to death at a flat in Warley, West Midlands. Darren Lander, 28, has been charged with murder and awaits trial.

The origin of “Spy sappin mah sentry” comes from the video game ‘Team Fortress 2’. In this team-based FPS game created by Valve, there are 9 different ‘classes’ to choose before and during a match. One of them is called the ‘Spy’.

Where this meme started is a bit difficult to pinpoint but due to the catchiness of this phrase, a lot of image parody’s were created on the popular video game captioning website Halolz and other forum websites, which made it pretty popular. The one thing we know is that it wasn’t spread on Youtube. The existing videos of “Spy sappin’ mah sentry” don’t have that much attention . So it is possible that it was mostly spread on aforementioned forum sites.

Also with the joke, there is a type of formula on this meme. Not just the Spy and the sentry, but with other enemys and objects. The formula goes something like this: