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Joe, One must make their own fun !!! >>>>>>>>>>>

In Reply to: Bunker Hill posted by Joe Gamb on July 18, 2004 at 19:20:57:

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on July 21, 2004 at 00:23:54

>>>>>>>>In my opinion recreatiion games are to be played for fun and not for convience, perfection or to win; where as, speed ball games are just the opposite.

Remember you make your own fun.

All types of paintball games or missions, to me are like eating a pizza where one piece is like the next and may seem boring to us after awhile, without anyones fault except our own. That is why one may see us not going on every mission but moving out on our own durring a rec game to find or start our own fire fight for a change of action.

If you are not having fun or have a constructive idea during a game tell the field / game manager during the game....but dont ruin the fun for others or bring it up on this site like no one would listen to you, because I know that isnt true at Old River.

Hope to see you soon, but it wont be at Waynes World, although we miss and love to play for Dutch who is a great guy. At Waynes the walks to missions are really, really, really long and in the past the referees have been toothless tigers when control of the game or players is lost....unless some other old time standup players like the Daytona Posse steps in to help referee......Chuck

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