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  1. Matthew Burns was born in Limnos, Greece. At a young age, he realised how war-torn the island was due to the lack of opportunities and little to no funding from the local government agencies. Guns were a necessity for everyone regardless of if they were on the good side of the law or otherwise. Large gangs basically ran the island, constantly kidnapping civilians, testing the police, breaking into stores not to mention all the “smaller” crimes that were just accepted as day-to-day life. Seeing the effect of this unlawfulness as he grew up; Matthew joined the local Police Department when he became of age and quickly worked his way up the ranks ending up within the academy system to teach the newer cadets as well as developing the training material itself. As time went on, Matthew was involved in the arrest and downfall of various organisations as part of his Police work, quickly rising up the ranks, however, all this attention eventually lead to him becoming yet another target of the biggest gangs who were still untouchable. Eventually, he was targeted, just like those before him. For his own safety, the decision was made for him to be moved as far away as possible. A few nights later a brief farewell was made to the friends he had made within the department before he boarded a helicopter to take him to the mainland and then from there onto a jet off to Los Santos. Burns arrived in Los Santos with just the clothes he managed to grab and stuff into a bag before he was whisked away. With no money and no contacts, he knew that he’d first and foremost need to find a job to support himself. Going back to his roots and the one thing he knew that would always be in demand he turned to the local bus company, Los Santos Transit, to seek quick employment. It didn’t pay well but at the time a job was a job and any little income he could find would help. Learning and driving the routes gave Burns the basic knowledge of the city, such as where most things were, where the hotspots for gatherings are. The passengers he picked up were also a great source of information, even if they didn’t realise they were being listened to and gave him a good insight into the city. As time went on Burns was able to purchase his first car, a warrener like most! After working for Los Santos Transit for a few months, Burns decided that he needed something with more structure and progression to further his career prospects. He settled on applying for the local mechanic shop “Los Santos Customs” after speaking to a few of the employees over his various visits. After attending his interview he was quickly welcomed into the company starting off his long mechanic career for the next few years. He worked his way up over time, meeting lots of different people as colleagues, customers and acquaintances. After working for LSC for a few years, Burns decided that he wanted to find a way to help the people of San Andreas in a much greater capacity than just fixing and upgrading cars day in day out. He decided that, after his past law enforcement experiences, he’d rather stay away from the stress and worry of becoming a target once more so sought out employment with the next best thing; Los Santos Emergency Medical Services. After passing his interview and completing his Emergency Medical Technician training he was proud to join the EMS as a full-time member, resigning from Los Santos Customs to focus on his new career path. He slowly worked his way up the ranks and became an active member of the team. During his time working and taking calls, he took several from members of what he would come to know as the Los Santos Motorcycle Club, specifically from Ava Paige and Lucas Holding. After taking a few calls from them due to various incidents he began to ask questions about what the MC stood for and what they got up to. Once they had explained, Burns had a feeling it was something he wanted to join and become a part of but was still hesitant as all he’d ever known was work, he’d gradually spend more and more time hanging around the MC to see what they get up to, attending their events as both an on-duty medic to provide assistance as well as attending off-duty when able to. Eventually, Burns was almost ready to join the MC on his own accord, however, whilst Burns was having a conversation with the vice president, Hamish McGregor, Hamish made a joke regarding Burns taking so long to join the MC. Burns responded jokingly that he’d join if he lost a dice roll with Hamish not expecting Hamish to agree to it; Hamish did indeed agree and Burns lost the roll with a dice of 3 vs 5. Keeping to his word he became a prospect shortly after and hung around with the MC almost constantly. A few days passed and the increasing stress of working at EMS finally reached a boiling point for Burns and, in a state of anger and confusion, he went back down to LSIA, bought a ticket and was ready to leave the city for a break. Whilst sitting at the gate he thought back on everything that had happened over the past few days and the people that had welcomed him into the MC. He tore up the ticket, got back in contact and went down to HQ to meet with the available high command to re-affirm that he wasn’t in the MC just because he lost the dice roll, but he was there because he truly wanted to be. He kept hanging around with the MC day in day out, trying to prove himself worthy of the second chance they had given him and show that he meant what he said until one day, without his knowledge, the rest of the MC discussed if he was worthy enough of becoming a patched member. The vote was taken and Burns was officially patched in as a full patched member of the MC
  2. Congrats on getting official! Overdue and well deserved, congrats everyone, looking forward to seeing how everything and everyone develops further
  3. +1 Pretty sure it was a different colour before the upate. Would make more sense if you could only see them whilst on duty though
  4. Behaviour changed as of last update: When you come on duty, you can see all the blips for calls whilst still in the LSEMS Interior, however, as soon as you leave the hospital they all disappear and follow the behaviour as above
  5. Behaviour changed as of last update: When you come on duty, you can see all the blips for vehicles whilst still in the LSEMS Interior, however, as soon as you leave the hospital they all disappear and follow the behaviour as above
  6. Date and time (provide timezone): 24/APR/2020 - 18:19 UTC Character name: Matthew_Burns Issue/bug you are reporting: The bridge that runs between Central MD and the Car Park structure only shows the transition marker into the car park if you enter from the car park itself, not if you enter from inside central Expected behavior: The transition marker should always show, regardless from which side you enter. Evidence, notes worth mentioning, steps to replicate: Enter the bridge from inside central MD and notice the marker into the car park is not present Enter the bridge from the car park, notice that both markers for Central MD and to return to the car park are present. Vehicle license plate number*: N/A
  7. Date and time (provide timezone): 24/APR/2020 - 18:15 UTC Character name: Matthew_Burns Issue/bug you are reporting: Unable to see GPS Blips for unit vehicles spawned prior to you coming on duty. Can only see GPS Blips for vehicles spawned after you come on duty Expected behavior: When coming on duty you used to / should be able to see call blips for ALL unit vehicles regardless if they were made before or after coming on duty Evidence, notes worth mentioning, steps to replicate: Have someone spawn any ES vehicle (MD/PD/SD/DOC) Come on duty as MD Notice you cannot see the unit vehicle blip on the map Have them spawn another ES Vehicle / Spawn your own Notice you can only see this vehicle unit blip on the map Vehicle license plate number*: N/A
  8. Date and time (provide timezone): 24/APR/2020 - 18:13 UTC Character name: Matthew_Burns Issue/bug you are reporting: Unable to see GPS Blips for calls made prior to you coming on LSEMS duty, can only see calls made after you come on duty Expected behavior: When coming on duty you used to / should be able to see call blips for ALL calls regardless if they were made before or after coming on duty Evidence, notes worth mentioning, steps to replicate: Make a 911 Call Come on duty as MD Notice you cannot see the call blip on the map Make another 911 Call Notice you can only see this call blip Vehicle license plate number*: N/A
  9. Seen them on HE going for around 650-680, would be looking within that price range. If the seller was willing to negotiate we can go down that route as well
  10. Depends on what upgrades its got on it
  11. +1 I'm honestly not even sure what the point of the quiz is anymore. In an hour i'll usually come across 2 or 3 new players that are up to like 1000xp and still have absolutely no idea how /me or /do works, most of the time they completely ignore /b as well making any form of RP impossible. Forcing RP onto them isn't teaching them anything at all and they'll just come to expect it, or more than likely not even realise it was forced. Standing around waiting for a /report to be answered wastes everyones time and puts even more strain the staff involved who could be dealing with more important stuff or actually playing the game themselves. Either some form of training server like suggested or a much harder quiz thats enforced a lot more to improve the quality would be super beneficial. Not sure how the /goodrp /badrp system works on the backend but maybe just something similar where you can quickly mark an ID as a non-rper that can be tracked by staff to weed out the worst offenders quickly? Either way, something definately needs to be done!
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