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LOLWUT: Gary Sinise uses Second Life to fight crime


9:00 PM on 04.23.2011



I usually don't have the opportunity to post videos like this for Destructoid. This type of stuff is most often scarfed up by Hamza Aziz for Weekend Destructainment. Luckily for me, Hamza had just finished this weeks edition of Destructainment right before discovering this video. He emailed it to the Dtoid staff with the subject line "LOLWUT", and the rest is history.

When it comes to TV shows, movies internet memes, and just about everything non-videogame related, I tend to be indifferent, sometimes to the point of snobbery, but this sh*t made me laugh out loud -- hard. I hope it does the same for you.






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