Oh noes my totally scientific survey is ruined.crazyboy11 said:
The mild argument regarding the map was blown out of proportion by the USA team, I recall there being several good answers being given to the question asked yet certain members of your team still decided to escalate the situation beyond what could be considered "just" a question. In doing so they questioned the integrity, judgements and knowledge of the entire competitive scene in Europe.Orion said:There was a mild argument in the Q&A thread about map classifications, but that was blown out of proportion when people not on the USA team started making comments stating that the US should be happy we're even allowed into the tournament, and how we shouldn't be here at all. That's flame-baiting and rude, but now the US is a bunch of assholes because some idiot Euros baited us? Good logic, there.
Just because a lot of people believe something, it doesn't make it right. That's true. However, it doesn't make it wrong. That's a ridiculous implication.Orion said:People believed the world was flat for a long time, too, but that idea was changed. There's always room for improvement.
Hush you. I think you need to stay quiet for a day or two, lest Goku comes and burns you again. (And he did, and I laughed. Even though it was Goku).Shemaforash said:Well, Orion. That's a fact and not a preference. Not a very good comparison.