TARGET RICH | M3 Bradley 25mm Chaingun VS Chef Boyardee Boys (War Thunder)

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TARGET RICH | M3 Bradley 25mm Chaingun VS Chef Boyardee Boys (War Thunder)


  1. *He’s live now go check him out!*
    Benny’s Discord –
    Benny’s Twitch –

  2. next Russian milktruck vs premium Aubl???

  3. As we can see a wild Maus that has not been decommissioned


  4. Bmp 2 would probably rip into those fast bois a lil better

  5. Kill em old school with Flakpanzer I…

  6. Wow that camouflage is really good on the second map

  7. 5:40 ye, a type 89.

  8. Do you have an idea how much you talkative?

  9. Charlie McAwesome

    Ok… I don’t get it. Phly is a good player. But this third person “Realistic” garbage is for newbs. Full Sim. In the hatch. This is just PUBG third person corner peeking crap. It’s just weak.

  10. Attempt #36
    Pls play the British Conway at 7.0, u haven’t played it in yrs bring the amazing tank back to battle and destroy anything in its path. 🙂

  11. Can u make a full review about the Xbox One Exclusive XM-1 Chrysler there are no videos about this tank at all. thanks

  12. Play the leopard 1(any model) please IT was very long since you made a video about one and you said you would do it when you streamed last time and me and some others wanted Leo 1: Attempt 17

  13. “Is Germany Russia now. ” challenge(slaughter):
    Play the KV1B and German t 34 and German il2 and maybe KV 2 and the German yak 1 and German la 5. Attempt 13(I got 553 likes on this in the p59 (the first one)video so please play it)

  14. Phly play the Cromwell I please before the queen dies. Attempt 03

  15. Phly. Play the jagdpanzer IV/70 and the fw 190 f8 cause it was long since and you have never used the fw 190 f8 as an attacker
    :attempt 19

  16. Hey Phly, probably zero chance that you’ll see this, but what model north face jacket is that @1:00?

  17. Phly its your phucking phault I started playing war thunder

  18. play the T-44-122!

  19. The Sheridan and T54E1 are also pretty effective counters

  20. That was a pretty bullshit ammo rack on that T20

  21. Is it a boy or a girl, you confuse me Phuckhead

  22. U got it all wrong… what scares the AUBL is… The BMP 2

  23. Hey phly I got one of those creepy x-ray apps on your pre vid ad

  24. Phly looks smarter when wearing glasses.

  25. Warrior, Bradley, BMPs and the Obj. 906 are more survivable than any MBT. Granted, Bradley is at least known for it’s IRL situations in which the vehicle got damaged, but the crew (or some of it) escaped. But man, do they survive so much better than anything else to punishment….

  26. *removes Maus, puts fasty boi with Sabot*

  27. Looks like the Maus is fresh out of mercy.

  28. Rip me the tournament is on the only day of the week I work full time.

  29. play the Bescheisspanzer which is for no reason at 8.3

  30. i was doin the same thing with the bmp2

  31. Boyders oftheshire

    Jesus man stop being such a dork and kill the Maus….in not killing them you let your team down…

  32. Standartenführer Fegelein - Hitler parodies

    Who leave top-tier after aubl 74 hvg plauge?

  33. This is clever, making the best of a shitty situation by choosing a vehicle that eats light armored rushers.

  34. aubl should not be at this br because he has apfsds –‘

  35. I cant kill this i cant kill that dude come on we came to watch how good can you play

  36. Hey mr. Phly! I really like that in one video you show a new vehicle meta, and in the next one completely ruin it with a counter. ) Been addicted to your videos since this spring, even though I don’t play War Thunder at all. Good job, very interesting to watch and listen to your explanations. Keep up the good work, thank you!

  37. Phuckboy: I’m going to use the Bradley to kill the new AUBL and end the spam

    BMP 2: am I a joke to you

  38. Alexis Bierque de Birka de Fauville

    *laughs in ZSU-23-4*

  39. Hey phlydaily I know you don’t do world warships anymore I just want to know what your thoughts are on them adding submarines to the game

  40. This is what those generals who wanted it to be a troop carrier/scout/AFV intended for the Bradley: anti armoured car duty

  41. I played against Benny in a jet match the other day, such a cool dude the only YouTube I haven’t seen in game is you phly 😉

  42. Use Type 89 next time :3

  43. Κωνσταντίνος Γ.

    *Maus. I’m not shooting!*

  44. Can other nationality players join the tournament? Or just americans?

  45. Francesco Boselli

    11:08 PhlyDaily’s sound pack new entrance ?

  46. 15:52 the ohh that’s a bomb had me dying ahaha

  47. Anything:
    My mind:

  48. So Phly loves having a nice Bushmaster? ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

  49. *Although many people believe taking the Lord’s name in vain refers to using the Lord’s name as a swear word, there is much more involved with a vain use of God’s name. To understand the severity of taking the Lord’s name in vain, we must first see the Lord’s name from His perspective as outlined in Scripture. The God of Israel was known by many names and titles, but the concept embodied in God’s name plays an important and unique role in the Bible. God’s nature and attributes, the totality of His being, and especially His glory are reflected in His name (Psalm 8:1). Psalm 111:9 tells us His name is “holy and awesome,” and the Lord’s prayer begins by addressing God with the phrase “hallowed be your name” (Matthew 6:9), an indication that a reverence for God and His name should be foremost in our prayers. Too often we barge into God’s presence with presumptuous “to-do lists” for Him, without being mindful of His holiness, His awesomeness, and the vast chasm that separates our nature from His. That we are even allowed to come before His throne is due only to His gracious, merciful love for His own (Hebrews **4:16**). We must never take that grace for granted.*

    *Because of the greatness of the name of God, any use of God’s name that brings dishonor on Him or on His character is taking His name in vain. The third of the Ten Commandments forbids taking or using the Lord’s name in an irreverent manner because that would indicate a lack of respect for God Himself. A person who misuses God’s name will not be held “guiltless” by the Lord (Exodus 20:7). In the Old Testament, bringing dishonor on God’s name was done by failing to perform an oath or vow taken in His name (Leviticus **19:12**). The man who used God’s name to legitimize his oath, and then broke his promise, would indicate his lack of reverence for God as well as a lack of fear of His holy retribution. It was essentially the same as denying God’s existence. For believers, however, there is no need to use God’s name to legitimize an oath as we are not to take oaths in the first place, letting our “yes be yes” and our “no be no” (Matthew **5:33**-37).*

    *There is a larger sense in which people today take the Lord’s name in vain. Those who name the name of Christ, who pray in His name, and who take His name as part of their identity, but who deliberately and continually disobey His commands, are taking His name in vain. Jesus Christ has been given the name above all names, at which every knee shall bow (Philippians 2:9-10), and when we take the name “Christian” upon ourselves, we must do so with an understanding of all that signifies. If we profess to be Christians, but act, think, and speak in a worldly or profane manner, we take His name in vain. When we misrepresent Christ, either intentionally or through ignorance of the Christian faith as proclaimed in Scripture, we take the Lord’s name in vain. When we say we love Him, but do not do what He commands (Luke **6:46**), we take His name in vain and are possibly identifying ourselves to be among those to whom Christ will say, “I never knew you. Away from me” in the day of judgment (Matthew **7:21**-23).*

    *The name of the Lord is holy, as He is holy. The name of the Lord is a representation of His glory, His majesty, and His supreme deity. We are to esteem and honor His name as we revere and glorify God Himself. To do any less is to take His name in vain.*

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