Deathsai said:Yes, I am some kind of North American, who has little desire to memorize keypad combinations in order to produce those letters.
What about you? Are you some kind of European who doesn't even know how to say "umlaut"?
Deathsai said:By the way, maybe before you insult my typing, you should work on your English until it sucks less. I have no problems with people who don't have a good grip on English because it isn't their first language. I DO have a problem with foreigners who try to insult my lack of usage of a foreign letter modification, and yet they look like a six-year-old when they try to type in English.
Deathsai said:Ok, if you know so much about WWII, why would you say something so stupid like this?
Deathsai said:If you knew the first thing about the Eastern Front, you'd know that the Soviets produced enough weapons to arm every single one of their soldiers, and then some. The only exceptions were early on in the war, or in the most desperate of battles, such as Stalingrad. And the reason why the fighters in, say, Stalingrad weren't supplied well was because all those weapons were going to the divisions preparing to launch the counteroffensive from the other side of the Volga.
Deathsai said:And your being an ass definetly contributes nothing to other's opinions of you on this forum.
Your English isn't that much betterDeathsai said:I DO have a problem with foreigners who try to insult my lack of usage of a foreign letter modification, and yet they look like a six-year-old when they try to type in English.
Heldentod said:I know how to say "Umlaut". I used the letters to make it easier to understand. Not everyone knows the word "Umlaut" here in this forum, as you have to agree.
Heldentod said:Well Mr.Grammar, I care less about what people think when it comes to languages. I will try to typ more "suitable" just for you.
Heldentod said:There you got me wrong, I was refering to the german troops.
See my comment above.
Heldentod said:Should I cry about it ? No I don
It's better to be lazy than a hypocriteDeathsai said:I make mistakes, everyone does. However, I'm not lazy. You know, like you. If you're going to slam me about that, you could at least include a period.
Well you said that not me.Deathsai said:I figured you'd try any means possible to confuse the dumb American.
Next time I do it just for you.Deathsai said:So maybe you should have said "Germans" instead of "Russians"?
Not if I dodge the bullet and slap your ass.kfnguy2 said:That just gives me one more weapon to shoot out of his hand
And you can use it as a hammer for building fences.Nite said:Id like to say, spades were also good for digging foxholes. And printing on cards.
[tR]Mad Mac said:Every unit in game has the option to use a weapon for CQ purposes (pistol, riflebutt, bayonet). No german unit in game has a shovel (check the models, unless they have deep pockets, they dont).
For atmosphere and realism's sake, I'd rather see people melee with what they had in their hands at the time of encounter, rather than magically insta-switch to a spade and commence "whacking". No one runs into a gunfight with a shovel. CQ battles were something that should be avoided if at all possible, not encouraged with unnecessary melee weapons.