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1-01-2009 @ 5:17PM
I would not want a manager making 'rapid decisions' based on his point+click FPS skills.
1-01-2009 @ 5:27PM
1-02-2009 @ 7:55AM
It's more to do with the speed at wich you can access a situation with lots of controlled and uncontrolled variables without stopping what you are doing. Also how observent you are and how well you can pick up on small details.The sterotype of the kid who goes into a fit of rage every time he dies isn't what we are talking about, the people who are really good at FPS games stay relaxed, focused, always learning and making plans.
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