The highly anticipated release of Call of Duty

By Anthony De Rosa
November 12, 2011

I spoke to tech correspondent Liana Baker about Call of Duty : Modern Warfare 3, the biggest video game release ever.

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I think it says a lot about life during war time now that ‘call of duty’ means…. a video game. So much for personal sacrifice when we have two wars going on.

We now have the toughest most capable couch lizards in the world. Now if we could just find a country that would be willing to fight us on our couches. With an ample supply of Doritos and Red Bull on hand. We could probably beat the enemy with body odor alone.

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