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Crits technically right but i was gonna say Knowledge. Whats the difference between a sniper and a frontman the snipers smart ad survives the feontman dies and is typically stupid(a grunt).

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Knowledge versus Battle Position? That sure sounds like a fair comparison.

You can have a not-so-knowledgeable Sniper that doesn't prioritize targets and dies by another sniper while you can have a knowledgeable Front-at-Arms/Soldier who moves with his group, cooperates with the Operator and takes the most advantage of the debriefing he's given and still survives.

I can see the word 'technically' and see how you would think that way. But imagine if a war veteran was on here, that guy would probably not be happy to read that. :lol:

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Not sure how what I said got this misconstrued :lol:

All I was saying is that there is two different types of knowledge. What you learn from research, and what you learn from actually experiencing what you are researching.

Not really sure what dragon's point was. Maybe he was trying to state that the knowledge gained from research allows you to experie...you know what nevermind. I give up :roll:

Experience pwns all...nuff said 8-)


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That last message was directed at Dragon, kudos to him for his attempts on sharing his point of view with us.

Your post was clear and to the point Xadal, and I agree with "Experience" as a good staple point for many things out there in life. Extending more so than just Blue Eye Macro technicalities.

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I agree with what you said and i might try to explain diff this time. Okay experiance trumps all but all the experiance in the world wont help you if you dont no what your doing a teacher once told me. "practice does not make perfect if your not perfect and you just practice what you know your practicing to not be perfect" in other words you have to learn what to do before you go out and do it.

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Improvements already, dragon~.

You pass on sufficient explanation. Like the quote you did there. 8-)

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Ironically that quote came from my woodwork teacher.

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Can't wait for the complete Guide to come out! :D

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Really cool. appreciate the time and effort put in to help newbies like me with macro.
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epic~ i wish i have those kind of e-book hohoho~ :lol:


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