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19 May 2008 - 08:51 AM"Why are you moving so much, its hard to hit you."
"Am I winning""?
"But, thats not the way your supposed to play, we're only play for fun. You should only do that for tournaments"
"How do you get better than"?
Yes, the noob in prime example.
"You wanna trade? (Stock Ion for 07 Cyborg)
"Do you have $1000 on you"?
They will learn eventually, I hope.
19 May 2008 - 08:43 AMFast guns are fine, if people actually know how to play. Just because you can shoot fast doesn't mean you can shoot well. With proper tactics a skills you can easily win. For instance, when I play against some of the Diamond Dogs (Billings, MT professional speedball team) they often play with 1 ball when going 1 on 1. They don't loose often, though you can take them out occasionally.
21 April 2008 - 10:52 AMUnique. How much wire did you use on it? What did you use as a frame to support it while wrapping?
20 April 2008 - 11:04 PMWarden and Phunky have summed it up for the most part...and to some extent, respect and trust are the same thing.
I would disagree. I can respect someone without trusting them, and I can trust someone without respecting them. There are people who I know will never screw me over and trust them not to do so, but I have zero respect for their abilities and judgement because they have shown both to be faulty. And there are those who are very skilled and committed to what they do, and have my respect for that. But I cannot trust them because I know they will screw me over given the chance. Respect and trust are somewhat linked, but are NOT the same thing.
I have to side with wolf. Respect and trust are different. Trust no one, give respect to no one. Those who you trust will use you without even realizing it. Yes, I really don't fully trust anyone, you lose power if you do. Power is leverage.
Ultimately, this discussion depends on your definition of respect. If I meet someone I give them a level of respect, I prefer to call it courteous. For me respect is most certainly earned, in very minute amounts is it given. I remember one time my school principal tried to give me a talking to when I didn't respect an older peer. I didn't respect him because he was a rude, impolite, sloppy, and ignorant person (just like most young people). They argued that I should respect my elders, I define "elder" as a form of maturity of wisdom. None of the qualities did he possess, even in ionic form. If he showed respect, then he would have received respect.
Story condensed. Work for respect, don't give it. If only he would wear clothing that didn't make him look like he was mugged with a weedwacker(torn, ripped, dirty, (no he was not poor)combing his hair), or even put an effort to using proper grammar. Then he might have earned respect.
16 April 2008 - 11:14 AM
Weapon of choice.
Zombies vs cyborgs. Who will win?
"I'll be back"
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