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    Exclamation A Long Long Time Ago In A Galaxy Far Far Away

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    Why is it so many so called "pro speedballers" look like they could pass as homeless crackheads ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by going_home View Post

    Why is it so many so called "pro speedballers" look like they could pass as homeless crackheads ?


    They also dress like they're 15 years old.

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    I disslike camo. Although im sucking it up for living legends. Ill be the obvious homelss crackhead in camo.

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    Apparently there is even a teenage counter-culture even in paintball. So a culture (paintball) formed inside of a larger culture (whatever you call ours) still produces a counter-culture. So if this keeps up then that means there will be a counter-counter-culture. This is like inception but with paintball cultures. I wonder how bad it can get. Although the way I see it is eventually they will learn how to appreciate the classics when they are older. Lets just carry the torch.

    Probably confused you.....I will just leave this thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Freedy500 View Post
    Apparently there is even a teenage counter-culture even in paintball. So a culture (paintball) formed inside of a larger culture (whatever you call ours) still produces a counter-culture. So if this keeps up then that means there will be a counter-counter-culture. This is like inception but with paintball cultures. I wonder how bad it can get. Although the way I see it is eventually they will learn how to appreciate the classics when they are older. Lets just carry the torch.

    Probably confused you.....I will just leave this thread.
    agreed

    and woodsball players always seem to get super super defensive about it. i can't figure out why. we were staging with tyger at living legends 2 or 3, must have been three, anyway, at one point he starting making snarky comments about the pro guys who come out and play these kind of events, i don't even remember who they were, but he is all getting pissy "eh we don't care about them ... bout time they came back to play real paintball ... why are we supposed to look up to them ... " and a bunch of other stuff. now, anyone who knows me or my internet ramblings on the topic of national speed/x ball events knows im not a huge fan, but wow tyger was annoying me so much about it i told him to shut up, quit complaining, and go play paintball.

    who seriously gives a rats ass? just play paintball

    they are like woodsball martyrs, like the ever so annoying pump martyrs.

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    I love both games. The only time I ever have an issue is when the fields don't break up the groups. Nothing more annoying in speedball then trying to lead a group of new players against an experienced team that is just out there practicing. Nothing more annoying in woodsball then having a bunch of regulars who know the terrain (the single biggest advantage you can have in the woods) playing against newer and first time players.

    It's bad for the game. But I digress. Please return this thread to its originally scheduled topic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cockerpunk View Post

    they are like woodsball martyrs, like the ever so annoying pump martyrs.
    Please elaborate on this, as I'd love to know what makes a pump player a martyr.

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