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When you read you don't move your head from side to side, just your eyes. And when you are looking around in your normal field of vision, you are not expected
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+Kristoffer Johnsen The review didn't seem like it was very positive... If anything I think he's really stressing not to buy the vest without actually saying it.
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Eh. Thor is a Norwegian boys name, so this is kinda weird, but.. ok I guess..
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Down the iron aiming is for dirty console peasants. Look at Half Life, CS:GO, Quake Unreal Tournament. Dont need them, they're worthless.
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Honestly it's a disappointment to me that something implemented for A) Realism (see Rainbow Six series), B) Mechanic to slow down joystick sensitivity, or C) Mechanic to switch from Auto to Semi-Auto firing modes has become something that people are actively requesting to be included in their games and that announcements of X game not having iron sights is now a problem.


I get that it's a personal preference and that people can have whatever reasons they want for getting iron sights in their games, but it's very clear to people who don't use them in games that it is an unnecessary feature in facilitating your ability to shoot targets in the game: aiming down the sights has been abstracted away from the FPS genre to begin with.


In Wolfenstein 3D, you were always aiming down the sights and had the ability to keep the gun dead center in-front of you while turning at all times. In Doom they decided to lower that gun in order to give you more screen space, but your shots continue going to the center of your screen. Duke Nukem 3D and others moved that gun off to the right to get it further out of your way, Arena games like Unreal and Quake 3 give you an option to hide the gun entirely. People should understand this is not a functional choice to give all video game characters the ability to magically hip fire with 100% accuracy, it's an aesthetic choice to get the gun the hell out of your way. Adding iron sights to those games would have amounted to nothing more than pressing a vanity button that overlays a sprite on your screen to indicate something you already know: that your shot is going to be at the center of the screen.
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I think a terrorist attack needs an agenda, a cause greater than one individuals fate, someone to scare into submission or to trigger reactions. It's in the nature of the word terror. We haven't seen any information suggesting he had a cause or an agenda.This looks like a selfish act, a cry for attention and recognition.

Stupid people will react stupidly, I don't see a lot of double standards broadly speaking. The stupid comments tend to come from old Americans.

What I take issue with is the fact that many still call this an accident, in court this would be called mass murder. If it was a Muslim I think everyone would call it mass murder, not terrorism and not an accident.


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+Bacane You said I have a point and I laud you for listening to me without getting angry but you don't seem to have adjusted your view at all. Is a mugger a terrorist? Is a muslim who kills his neighbour in Turkey over a petty dispute also a terrorist? Is a drunk driver a terrorist? Is a person with mental issues who attacks people on the street also a terrorist? Would this German pilot BE a terrorist if he was a muslim but crashed the plane simply because he wanted to kill himself and take people with him? I mean your definition seems to be that if you inspire terror then you are a terrorist - so your answer to all my questions should be yes.

Doesn't this mean the word is essentially meaningless? Terrorist = criminal now? Don't you realise that if we make the word terrorist meaningless then we will simply need to create a new word for people who commit violence in the name of a cause? The reason we use the word terrorist is because the tactic was traditionally about carrying out some attacks on civilians in order to invoke terror among the general population and a fear that other attacks could get them in the future. This terror would give power to the group that carried it out and governments might have to deal with them and listen to their grievances - how is that in any way comparable to someone who kills just because they want to?

The point is that it is WRONG to say that a muslim who does the same thing as this german pilot is a terrorist. Anyone who says that is WRONG. Your solution to seeing someone being wrong is to be almost equally silly. They hypothetically mislabel this hypothetical muslim as a terrorist and your answer is to mislabel this german pilot as a terrorist.

Now you might have a point if you said that if the pilot was a muslim then peoples' first thought would be that this was probably a terrorist attack carried out in the name of a religious or political cause - but if the facts showed that to be wrong then anyone who continued to claim it was terrorism would be wrong. Why do you insist on being as wrong as these people you claim to be deriding?

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