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Originally posted by hybrid-sniper hybrid-sniper wrote:

And then some smug old douchebag comes in and could not possibly be more condescending.

 

Hilarious.



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Originally posted by hybrid-sniper hybrid-sniper wrote:

Yes, the answers at the beginning of the thread were misguided but damn, don't just roll in here on your trusty forty year old warhorse and act like you're superior because you were around when liquid was king.


Was this for me?

I came to the Tippmann forum because I had a rather obscure question that I thought only the posters HERE could answer, as Tippmann made the majority of liquid-based guns.

I did not act like I was superior. I acted as if someone told me the world was flat. Just because a technology is old, does not make it obsolete or worthless. In this case, it means the industry moved into a different direction.

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Nick, I think he was referring to the guy who posted just prior to his comment.
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Originally posted by HP_Lovecraft HP_Lovecraft wrote:

Originally posted by hybrid-sniper hybrid-sniper wrote:

Yes, the answers at the beginning of the thread were misguided but damn, don't just roll in here on your trusty forty year old warhorse and act like you're superior because you were around when liquid was king.


Was this for me?

I came to the Tippmann forum because I had a rather obscure question that I thought only the posters HERE could answer, as Tippmann made the majority of liquid-based guns.

I did not act like I was superior. I acted as if someone told me the world was flat. Just because a technology is old, does not make it obsolete or worthless. In this case, it means the industry moved into a different direction.

nick

No no no. You're fine. I was not clear enough on who I was referring to.

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote SSOK Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 01 December 2007 at 7:37pm
Thing is, with this thread is it is a big misunderstanding. That would be like someone rolling into MCB (Ive seen you there HP!)and saying that snipers are real and your guns get crap range and the whole nine yards.
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