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Old 11-08-2001, 10:46 PM   #16
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No copying and pasting here, my friend.

And what would you have us do? Walk into the world of giant robots made up of smaller but equally impressive robots without thinking it through?

Frankly, that's a risk we shouldn't take.

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Old 11-14-2001, 10:55 AM   #17
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I agree. Although we may disagree on a topic this important, it is vital to think it through. To do otherwise would be foolish.

Saying which, I think Achtung Bubba's arguments have great merit. I tend to agree with him. Giant super-robots composed of smaller, yet equally impressive robots have an inherant weakness. They're designed to come apart, which meaans it's not terribly difficult to make them come apart. The enemy could use that to its advantage. It would be wiser to make giant super-robots that aren't made up of smaller, yet equally impressive robots.

But what about incredibly huge super-robots made up of smaller, yet still giant and equally impressive robots?

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