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01 Sep 2015, 16:09

Yurashic only said that "A lot of Asian players playing nearly only one civ and disliking to change habits" FROM WHAT HE HEARD doesn't mean "that an entire race of people lack a certain mental agility". You are the one being extremely offensive.
If you think that Russian people in general are still sad about a war they once lost a long time ago then I guess to you every German is still a nazi, judging by your irrational reasoning.
To me it's disgusting that even after 2 mods responded to you and asked you to be polite you still rub in your offensive statements.
Don't let the things you can't change dictate your life.
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01 Sep 2015, 16:26

venox wrote:Yurashic only said that "A lot of Asian players playing nearly only one civ and disliking to change habits" FROM WHAT HE HEARD doesn''t mean "that an entire race of people lack a certain mental agility". You are the one being extremely offensive.
If you think that Russian people in general are still sad about a war they once lost a long time ago then I guess to you every German is still a nazi, judging by your irrational reasoning.
To me it''s disgusting that even after 2 mods responded to you and asked you to be polite you still rub in your offensive statements.
let''s get the quote correct "Asian people don''t like to change their habits in general, at least from what I''ve heard". If the offence was not intended it''s still implicit in that sentence, but I''m not going to offer free lessons in semantics. What I was doing was giving him a taste of his own dick medicine in a comparatively milder form and I referenced what I believe is the only russia-japan 1v1 matchup that occurred in real life. These things have a way of moderating themselves :)
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Switzerland _venox_
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01 Sep 2015, 16:35

To have a general dislike of changing a habit still doesn't imply that one has a lower mental agility. It's like saying that disliking the colour red makes your eyes less receptive to light.
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01 Sep 2015, 16:35

Did I seriously say something offensive? If I say that person A likes colour B and does not like colour C, is it offensive?

Briowl has some problems honestly, he either thinks that it is wrong and bad to not change your habits or he wants to troll people there in a very rude way.
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01 Sep 2015, 16:44

yurashic wrote:Did I seriously say something offensive? If I say that person A likes colour B and does not like colour C, is it offensive?

Briowl has some problems honestly, he either thinks that it is wrong and bad to not change your habits or he wants to troll people there in a very rude way.
well I said I wouldn''t give free lessons in semantics, but I will make a one-time exception seeing as you are a fairly promient member of the community. The problem is not that you say person A dislikes X, rather that race A dislikes X, which is inherently racist.
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01 Sep 2015, 16:45

It is only racist if it would have been an absolute statement and if the statement would have been false.
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01 Sep 2015, 17:01

briowl wrote:
yurashic wrote:Did I seriously say something offensive? If I say that person A likes colour B and does not like colour C, is it offensive?

Briowl has some problems honestly, he either thinks that it is wrong and bad to not change your habits or he wants to troll people there in a very rude way.
well I said I wouldnt give free lessons in semantics, but I will make a one-time exception seeing as you are a fairly promient member of the community. The problem is not that you say person A dislikes X, rather that race A dislikes X, which is inherently racist.
Please show me where did I say that "race A dislikes X". I mentioned only one race in my post that you did not like.
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01 Sep 2015, 17:09

yurashic wrote:
briowl wrote:well I said I wouldnt give free lessons in semantics, but I will make a one-time exception seeing as you are a fairly promient member of the community. The problem is not that you say person A dislikes X, rather that race A dislikes X, which is inherently racist.
Please show me where did I say that "race A dislikes X". I mentioned only one race in my post that you did not like.
"Asian people" (race A)...
"dont like"...
"to change their habits in general, at least from what Ive heard" (X)
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01 Sep 2015, 17:10

briowl wrote:
yurashic wrote:Please show me where did I say that "race A dislikes X". I mentioned only one race in my post that you did not like.
"Asian people" (race A)...
"dont like"...
"to change their habits in general, at least from what Ive heard" (X)
Habits are a race?
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01 Sep 2015, 17:20

yurashic wrote:
briowl wrote:"Asian people" (race A)...
"dont like"...
"to change their habits in general, at least from what Ive heard" (X)
Habits are a race?
LOL! like I suggested originally, best for you to stick to aoe3 :)
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France Rikikipu
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01 Sep 2015, 21:42

japanese players are weird
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Netherlands edeholland
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01 Sep 2015, 21:49

Piro either lost a bet or has a very weird bachelor party.
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02 Sep 2015, 16:53

Japanese like not to talk and aging up more than Western players
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Tuvalu gibson
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02 Sep 2015, 17:16

briowl wrote:
yurashic wrote:Habits are a race?
LOL! like I suggested originally, best for you to stick to aoe3 :)

Lmao at least you tried
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02 Sep 2015, 17:26

gibson wrote:
briowl wrote:LOL! like I suggested originally, best for you to stick to aoe3 :)
Lmao at least you tried
always a losing battle with these ppl! :)
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Switzerland glorious_
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02 Sep 2015, 17:49

i still believe piro is a pok?mon

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