Say goodbye to men in your life, Black Ops II released

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WORLD – Notice fewer people at work today? It’s not a coincidence, its Black Ops.

We’re not suggesting those missing in action are espionage agents, but if you ask them they may say otherwise. The droopy eyes, tired hands and faint smell of parking lot exhaust is all thanks to the release of the greatest game the world has ever known, Call of Duty: Black Ops II.

People lined up at Best Buy stores around the nation to be the first to play the new game. So, if you’re spouse, significant other or family member happens to be glued to the TV for the next 24-hours, let ’em enjoy it.

If things get too intense you can take the batteries out of the controllers when they go to the bathroom, and your problem is solved! Mission Complete!

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