Look, I'm sorry for whatever I did to this topic, even though I don't know what in the world I did.
The way I look at it, ignorant means your rude as by the definition.
I said that the people who play in mlg think they are the best players, and I said that their are good players out there too and that you don't have to be in a mlg tournament to be good. I also said the people who say they are better without seeing the opponent play is annoying.
How can you get rude out of that?
And I didn't understand is that when people say they have accomplished something in a video game, it is more important than anything in your life. Of coarse they don't say that, but I can tell some people mean it. I'm not saying playing videogames is bad at all, I play video games myself.
They are just video games though, and the truth is the truth, the truth is not ignorant.
Im not trying to argue AT ALL I might add. I'm not trying to prove you wrong at all.
And I'm not calling you annoying AT ALL. I'm not insulting you AT ALL.
I just hope you understand, I wasn't trying to be argumentative in any way.
I wasn't trying to be ignorant or rude. And I don't want to fight with you, because if I show you kindness hopefully you will show kindness back.
lets review, shall we?
Why is there a sport for playing a video game? uhh....The people who win these aren't even proving anything to anyone.
If its just trying to be best at a videogame, well to the people that enter this, there are a lot of people out there that can play good and don't enter these. So even if somebody wins, it doesn't mean they are the best player.
This "mlg", I have almost had enough of it, It is pretty annoying. Especially when Halo gets mentioned in it, Halo is by far my favorite game and always will be.
Nobody entering this is best at halo......ughh that makes me sick
Oh don't get me wrong, I think they're both doing an excellent job. Very professional and, as I say, clearly comfortable in the booth.
But they seem to big every new addition in the game up wayyyy too much. No, the timer over the flag won't encourage coaches in the game to take on a "more dynamic role in coaching", whatever the hell that means. It's just a timer for christs sake.