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post Oct 8 2013, 06:37 PM
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QUOTE(Profane @ Oct 5 2013, 06:20 PM) *
Maybe at times we are too critical of people's learning curves. The one thing I see a lot is discrediting someone's achievements because of how long it's taken them to achieve. Example: subbing 60 seconds for most of us seems like not a big deal but it's a pretty big milestone for a beginning player and likely was at some point a big deal to you. You're not born knowing how to T-Spin, so we should share in someone's personal joy or refrain from commenting.
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