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i recently just stumbled onto this website. This is related to the website, the one with the timer. This website is all messed up due to an AI infiltrating it. The AI mentions the "covenant". the AI gowes by the name "operator" she is spying on a few individuals. There is a libnk on the website that goes to a blog. The blog talks about what this AI program is. It also lists rendevouz locations where you must give a code to get a log. This site alos includesmany adio files. Enjoy!

BTW this is wiredsaint91 from the bungie forums, i posted something about this website there and on the gamesradar forums.

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outlawlife3028d ago

very bad spelling, punctuation and otherwise...please fix

christian hour3028d ago

You linked to A site that is 4 years old. A site or an ARG that finished almost 4 years ago. WTF how did this get approved?

hobbes20993028d ago

Go to and then go to and you will see that they both display the same message. There is on major difference, however. It should be easy to spot and it certainly points to some kind of Bungie affiliation.

christian hour3028d ago

Yes but i'd hardly call it news. At all. Its theory, speculation, etc. it doesn't belong on unless the link is to a news article etc. You can't just sign up and link to and type yr speculation like a slap happy retard.

hobbes20993028d ago

I agree with you in principle but the fact of the matter is that most of the "news" items on this site are nothing more than rumor, theory, speculation, and/or opinion. These types of stories are NOT newsworthy either and yet they continually appear.

Now in this case, it may seem to be simply the writing of a "slap happy retard" but it does have some relevance to a current story that's brewing in the game community and that's the imminent announcement of Bungie's new project. I would certainly call that newsworthy.

Blinger3028d ago

Uhh, does nobody realize that 1019foxfm is a radio station? I'll give you a hint:

101.9 Fox FM

It's a radio station that's cleverly using the same exact code from to garner attention. Also, the title of the foxfm site says "Out of the Ashes.. SOON!" What the heck kind of cryptic Bungie related website has that? NONE.

Also, the foxfm site has prevalent usage of the number '7' in place of 'T'. That's only there to get attention in light of Bungie's special number.

Fox FM Info:

Fox FM Website:

Please, somebody tell me I'm not the only SANE person here. As much as I'd like to believe that Bungie is up to something, I don't think they'd go out on a limb to resurrect the Bee's.