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Have you posted an introduction thread? If not, post one HERE.

As a growing community we are eager to meet new members who are interested in joining us. Please post an application if you wish to join us as an official member. Feel free at any time to also add the -tw2- tag in front of your name, but do not add the official tag (T.w²) until you are accepted into TangoWorldWide.

Generally speaking, applicants typically get accepted after 5 vouches on their applications. We will give final verdicts after our council meetings. Your application is your ticket into TangoWorldWide, and allows you to apply for other popular programs such as SA, A-Team, and various groups like cL and Mentorship. We encourage everyone to leave their vouches/devouches/comments on user applications. Please remember do NOT request for vouches, doing so will result in immediate denial, and a 2-week suspension to reapplying.

Final verdicts are on Saturday Nights 9PM EST. Responses tend to come between 10PM-11PM EST.

Hope to see you soon!


IMPORTANT: ALL new applicants will NEED to integrate their steam before being considered for membership! Not sure what that is? Click here and click the big green button that says Pair your Steam!



Applications are ONLY accepted by the Chief Executive Officer, Chief Operating Officer, Membership Status Manager, or Community Advising Manager.

Copy the application template mentioned below, by clicking "[Select]." Do not alter the application in any way - simply add your answers after the colon ( : ). Then, post your answers HERE in the applications forum.

Make the Subject: "<Username's> Application to join" or something along those lines.
Code: [Select]
[b]1. First Name[/b] (Optional): [i]  Answer [/i]
[b]2. Age[/b]: [i]  Answer [/i]
[b]3. Location/Timezone[/b]: [i]  Answer [/i]
[b]4. Gender[/b]: [i]  Answer [/i]
[b]5. Any previous VAC bans[/b]: [i]  Answer [/i]
[b]6. What games do you play most often?[/b]: [i]  Answer [/i]
[b]7. Were you referred by anyone to join Tango? If so, who?[/b]: [i]  Answer [/i]
[b]8. Why do you want to be a part of Tango[/b]: [i]  Answer [/i]
[b]9. Can you donate? (This does not affect acceptance)[/b]: [i]  Answer [/i]
[b]10. Do you have any conflicts with our current members?[/b]: [i]  Answer  [/i]
[b]11. Have you been on Tango's Teamspeak?[/b] (IP: ts3.tw2.us): [i]  Answer [/i]
[b]12. What Tango Servers do you play?[/b]: [i]  Answer [/i]
[b]13. Write a brief background about yourself so we can get to know you better[/b]: [i]  Answer [/i]
[b]14. Have you added your Steam to your forums account? Steam Integration: (Yes/Non-Steam)[/b] ([url=http://tw2.us/d3ry0]How to[/url]): [i]  Answer [/i]
[b]15. Are you okay with wearing the required Tango tag [i]at all times[/i] upon acceptance? (You may be contacted if the tag is removed)[/b]: [i] Answer [/i]
[b]16. You hereby agree to follow our Rules & Policies (Agree/Disagree)[/b]: [i]  Answer [/i]

[size=6pt][i]*Make sure to click preview before posting!*[/i][/size]



Rules to Apply
1. You must be mature, if you are younger than most members, your maturity needs to shine for consideration!
2. No hacking of any sort. (Injections, materials, or scripts)
3. If you are in our community, you may not be an official member of any other. (Teams do not apply to this rule.)
4. Respect all players, the council, and community members.
5. No trolling, flaming, or stealing other peoples work.
6. Be active in all aspects of the community including the forums, teamspeak 3, and servers.
7. You should add -tw2- in front of your name on steam. Once accepted, adding the T.w² | tag will be required.
8. Ensure you are steam integrated; if you are not, you will not qualify to be accepted. (If you do not have steam select 'non-steam user').
 
Some ways to get accepted!
1. Be extremely active on teamspeak.
2. Be active in our servers, forums, and community.
3. Follow all rules.
4. Donate if you can, this will certainly show us you are interested in our community.

* Once an application has been posted, the intention is for your application to be treated and processed through our normal application procedure. Please be absolutely sure you'd like to apply. If you decide to retract, your application will be treated as a denial, with a 2-week wait period. Please contact @IKEA or @Gstad, if you choose to retract your application.
« Last Edit: June 09, 2018, 10:00:32 pm by Zach »
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Re: [READ ME]Application Template & Rules to Join.
« Reply #1 on: October 13, 2014, 03:43:10 pm »
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Re: [READ ME]Application Template & Rules to Join.
« Reply #2 on: February 28, 2016, 01:37:57 pm »
Added the need to integrate steam as a requirement for an applicant to be considered for membership.

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Thread has been updated with amendments.
Police are subject to the same biases and logical fallacies as everyone else. It is also not in dispute that they can also be arrogant and think they know-it-all. They know your client is addicted to meth; he was loitering around a broken storefront window, he had B&E tools in his bag, and he tried to run away when the police had arrived. There's a bad thing that happened. He's a bad person. Case closed?

If they stop to think about it, they might acknowledge the case being entirely circumstantial - but deep in their cop-like soul, they are compelled - of course - and more convinced that your client did it, and are irritated that you're running this ordeal over a criminal trial in a court of law. And so their testimony on the stand stops allowing for mistakes or doubt. They are now certain no one else was nearby (despite it happening on a busy street on a Friday night). They are now *certain* your high-as-a-kite client understood enough that the mere veracity and his ranting or raving was coherently a "confession" (even though his intoxication was so severe that the on-call nurse kept him under observation within a cell). They are now *absolutely confident* that when he ran, an item from the store was dropped (even though that little detail appears nowhere in their police notes, or initial intake report).

The presumption of innocence essentially vanishes, and certain officers take the attitude that it really doesn't matter what actually happened at that time - the "truth" is that your client is a criminal, because he looks like has a very long rapport of issues.


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Thread has been updated.
Applicants no longer have to provide their Steam ID, which was required in question #2 of the application.
Police are subject to the same biases and logical fallacies as everyone else. It is also not in dispute that they can also be arrogant and think they know-it-all. They know your client is addicted to meth; he was loitering around a broken storefront window, he had B&E tools in his bag, and he tried to run away when the police had arrived. There's a bad thing that happened. He's a bad person. Case closed?

If they stop to think about it, they might acknowledge the case being entirely circumstantial - but deep in their cop-like soul, they are compelled - of course - and more convinced that your client did it, and are irritated that you're running this ordeal over a criminal trial in a court of law. And so their testimony on the stand stops allowing for mistakes or doubt. They are now certain no one else was nearby (despite it happening on a busy street on a Friday night). They are now *certain* your high-as-a-kite client understood enough that the mere veracity and his ranting or raving was coherently a "confession" (even though his intoxication was so severe that the on-call nurse kept him under observation within a cell). They are now *absolutely confident* that when he ran, an item from the store was dropped (even though that little detail appears nowhere in their police notes, or initial intake report).

The presumption of innocence essentially vanishes, and certain officers take the attitude that it really doesn't matter what actually happened at that time - the "truth" is that your client is a criminal, because he looks like has a very long rapport of issues.


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Police are subject to the same biases and logical fallacies as everyone else. It is also not in dispute that they can also be arrogant and think they know-it-all. They know your client is addicted to meth; he was loitering around a broken storefront window, he had B&E tools in his bag, and he tried to run away when the police had arrived. There's a bad thing that happened. He's a bad person. Case closed?

If they stop to think about it, they might acknowledge the case being entirely circumstantial - but deep in their cop-like soul, they are compelled - of course - and more convinced that your client did it, and are irritated that you're running this ordeal over a criminal trial in a court of law. And so their testimony on the stand stops allowing for mistakes or doubt. They are now certain no one else was nearby (despite it happening on a busy street on a Friday night). They are now *certain* your high-as-a-kite client understood enough that the mere veracity and his ranting or raving was coherently a "confession" (even though his intoxication was so severe that the on-call nurse kept him under observation within a cell). They are now *absolutely confident* that when he ran, an item from the store was dropped (even though that little detail appears nowhere in their police notes, or initial intake report).

The presumption of innocence essentially vanishes, and certain officers take the attitude that it really doesn't matter what actually happened at that time - the "truth" is that your client is a criminal, because he looks like has a very long rapport of issues.


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Police are subject to the same biases and logical fallacies as everyone else. It is also not in dispute that they can also be arrogant and think they know-it-all. They know your client is addicted to meth; he was loitering around a broken storefront window, he had B&E tools in his bag, and he tried to run away when the police had arrived. There's a bad thing that happened. He's a bad person. Case closed?

If they stop to think about it, they might acknowledge the case being entirely circumstantial - but deep in their cop-like soul, they are compelled - of course - and more convinced that your client did it, and are irritated that you're running this ordeal over a criminal trial in a court of law. And so their testimony on the stand stops allowing for mistakes or doubt. They are now certain no one else was nearby (despite it happening on a busy street on a Friday night). They are now *certain* your high-as-a-kite client understood enough that the mere veracity and his ranting or raving was coherently a "confession" (even though his intoxication was so severe that the on-call nurse kept him under observation within a cell). They are now *absolutely confident* that when he ran, an item from the store was dropped (even though that little detail appears nowhere in their police notes, or initial intake report).

The presumption of innocence essentially vanishes, and certain officers take the attitude that it really doesn't matter what actually happened at that time - the "truth" is that your client is a criminal, because he looks like has a very long rapport of issues.


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Police are subject to the same biases and logical fallacies as everyone else. It is also not in dispute that they can also be arrogant and think they know-it-all. They know your client is addicted to meth; he was loitering around a broken storefront window, he had B&E tools in his bag, and he tried to run away when the police had arrived. There's a bad thing that happened. He's a bad person. Case closed?

If they stop to think about it, they might acknowledge the case being entirely circumstantial - but deep in their cop-like soul, they are compelled - of course - and more convinced that your client did it, and are irritated that you're running this ordeal over a criminal trial in a court of law. And so their testimony on the stand stops allowing for mistakes or doubt. They are now certain no one else was nearby (despite it happening on a busy street on a Friday night). They are now *certain* your high-as-a-kite client understood enough that the mere veracity and his ranting or raving was coherently a "confession" (even though his intoxication was so severe that the on-call nurse kept him under observation within a cell). They are now *absolutely confident* that when he ran, an item from the store was dropped (even though that little detail appears nowhere in their police notes, or initial intake report).

The presumption of innocence essentially vanishes, and certain officers take the attitude that it really doesn't matter what actually happened at that time - the "truth" is that your client is a criminal, because he looks like has a very long rapport of issues.


 

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