Website: http://www.tigere.com/latino

Violations:

1. Page takes over three hours to load thanks to a shitload of large, unnecessary graphics that are supposed to show off the clan leader's "l33t Photoshop skillz".
4. Page is a shrine to clichéd animated gifs or Javascript (usually coincides with #1).
5. Clan members have trouble distinguishing between fantasy and reality.
10. Site is a tribute to embedded MIDI / sound files.

Samples From Website:

"ROBOT is also from Chicago, He's just a little Kid He loves all types of Games :) but more then anything He likes to play Computer Games hehe, He's very accurate with aiming, so watch out."

"Scorpion is getting his copy of quake2 today and hopefully Robin will get his copy soon too..."


Description:Only a few months after Ricky Martin, here comes the next big Latin invasion. Clan Latino, however, plans on invading us with crappy gifs, retarded catch-phrases, and every midi file known to man. On the main page right under their logo (which, by some strange coincidence looks exactly like the Daikatana logo) is an animated .gif that says, "Enter at your own risk". They aren't fucking kidding either. There were so many animated .gifs and midi files on their site that navigating it literally crashed my computer. Rounding out the site are pages containing terrifying prose written about each of the clan members. Here's the description of "Scorpion":

Don't try to be a hero with him, He will crush your skull, He knows how to use all the weapons of every game :) and he doesn't know the word "mercy" He lives in Chicago He's your worst nightmare on the Internet...

That's some scary shit. Especially the Chicago part.

Link for you to join?: Yes

– Rich "Lowtax" Kyanka

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