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22 November 2009 - 05:15 PMWow! I love the ots view. Looks great, keep filming!!!
15 October 2009 - 09:54 AMI like the fact that the guy came and did up his marker. Stonewall, tips on how to play? Did Pimp My Ride give tips on how to race? Or how to clean their cars so they don't rust out? I mean its a lighthearted way of giving a kid who doesn't have money and can't afford to upgrade a paintball gun a chance.
I like it and I hope they keep it up.
No That's not what I meant. It's great that they fixed his marker up for him, but I was commenting on the fact the the kid seemed to think that not having a fancy marker was the reason he was always losing. Yes I mispoke, I should have stated that in addition to the marker upgrade they should have given tips IF improving the kids game is really what he wanted. On the note of Pimp My Ride and speaking of that, Overhaulin' (a far better show), I think they should give tips on how to maintain the car. Most of those guys can't handle those cars. Look at the condition of the cars in the first place? Yes, it would make for horrible TV if they aired the tips part but it could be done off camera (still talking about Pimp My Ride). Tips on paintball would be more interesting than rust prevention and would probably work better in a show.
Other than that, like I said in my first post, it's nice to see people doing this.
11 October 2009 - 03:23 AMTrue...who doesn't?
TNP is getting a TAC 1 soon
11 October 2009 - 03:15 AMWow reading through that was kinda weird. It seems like the X7 was released just yesterday, not 3 years ago. And the C-3 was 4 years ago? Wow. A lot has changed in the 7 years I've been playing. And that's not really that long.
29 September 2009 - 01:51 AMThat's awesome that there are people that do that kind-of stuff and I have to give props to the guy for safety (wearing the mask when test firing), but I think the kid has the wrong impression about why he can't keep up with other players. Nothing was done to that marker to "improve his performance" except the e-trigger and even then it's just gonna show that he's a bad player that shoots too much. They should've given him tips on how to play or training or something if he wanted to improve his game. Not to mention that his A-5 is now really really really unique by looking like an M4.
Like I said I'm glad there are guys out there that do this but overall it really cheesy.
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