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post #4291 of 13220

I sometimes feel that scout is the most versatile, perhaps ultimate class. Then I remember that even the best scouts are completely useless against even a decent engineer.

post #4292 of 13220
Well, I'll let the big guy do the dirty work, then jump in the action and get rid of that little bugger.
post #4293 of 13220
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I'm terrible too. That's why I don't play it!
But I enjoyed the graphics on ultra, pretty sick.
These guys play since CS1.6 or something. They take you out as a sniper in .05 seconds. And X00 meters distance.
That's not that fast class right? I loved randomly double jumping and shotgunning the enemies. I was pretty good! Didn't play in a couple years though.

Played CS since 1.1 on my friend's computer, worked a summer job and built a rig for 1.3.

Some are naturally good, some grind it out. I was always pretty good and just never played a TON. I play BF3 once a month or so and usually end up with a good KDR and in the top 3 for points. The class with the Med kit is by far the easiest to rack up points on player only maps. Engi and get a lot of points on the tank ones. Recon can be really good on the smaller maps (shotgun and the motion sensor).
post #4294 of 13220
^ Let's form an SF-CS clan.
post #4295 of 13220
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When you're jonesin' you're jonesin'.

No joke. An old boss told me of a time when he managed a pawn shop and someone came in looking to sell his rig. Rig being slang for his syringe/needle set-up.

That's freaking hilarious, but I'll bet he stole off a junkie who OD'd.
post #4296 of 13220
I just heard a sentence that put me in mind of this thread. A person said "I read a article about that." It seems almost impossible to me that a person would not know when to use "a" and when to use "an." (I mean in English.) When people do it wrong, are they just being silly, like when I say "irregardless?" Or do they really not know? I am awaiting a answer from an smart poster.
post #4297 of 13220
I have one of those questions too. Why do some of you guys end questions with a dot. (see what I did there?)
post #4298 of 13220
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Originally Posted by L'Incandescent View Post

I just heard a sentence that put me in mind of this thread. A person said "I read a article about that." It seems almost impossible to me that a person would not know when to use "a" and when to use "an." (I mean in English.) When people do it wrong, are they just being silly, like when I say "irregardless?" Or do they really not know? I am awaiting a answer from an smart poster.

Why di'n't you axe the speaker?
post #4299 of 13220

^^

 

I dunno.

post #4300 of 13220
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Originally Posted by L'Incandescent View Post

I just heard a sentence that put me in mind of this thread. A person said "I read a article about that." It seems almost impossible to me that a person would not know when to use "a" and when to use "an." (I mean in English.) When people do it wrong, are they just being silly, like when I say "irregardless?" Or do they really not know? I am awaiting a answer from an smart poster.

In the handful of forums I regularly read there are multiple instances where people don't use a/an correctly. I'm not surprised that it carries over to every day life.
post #4301 of 13220
What seems so odd about a/an errors is that the wrong choice just sounds so wrong. "A article" sounds so much worse, and is much harder to say, than "an article."
post #4302 of 13220
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What seems so odd about a/an errors is that the wrong choice just sounds so wrong. "A article" sounds so much worse, and is much harder to say, than "an article."

An horse an horse my kingdom for an horse.
post #4303 of 13220
I do not understand why people believe if they repeat their objections to me enough times it will suddenly invalidate my decision or make their position correct when it is demonstrably not.
post #4304 of 13220
also, louder arguments are more persuasive.
post #4305 of 13220
Emphatic gesturing also improves things.
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