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Old 05-08-2012, 04:59 AM   #10
sorokod
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Re: Two Hundred and Fourteen

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Ron Ragusa wrote: View Post
Uke can only be either in motion or stationary. If uke is in motion there's no need for me to move him. If uke is stationary, again, there's no need for me to move him.

Uke can only attack while he's moving. Since he's moving there's no need for me to move him.

Uke attacks and stops, remaining motionless. Since he's not moving he's not attacking and there's no need for me to move him.
The following makes as much sense:
  • An enemy soldier can be either firing or reloading. If he is firing there is no need for me to fire. If he is reloading, again, there's no need for me to fire
  • An enemy soldier can only fire at me if he is firing. Since he's firing there's no need for me to fire.
  • An enemy soldier fires at me and then stops to reload, since he is not firing at me there is no need for me to fire.

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