Well im an Chinese~ in Chinese of 4 = dead translate 4 to chinese and listen the chinese in 4~ And translate dead ti chinese and listen the chinese in dead~ the two of the '"4" and "dead" in chinese sound like both are the same~ That why in China and Japan never use "4" in almost anything~ like in hospital or house~
Is that ice? Im confused. This is a nice tank though. Gunner: "Man it's freezing!" Co-Pilot: "Why don't you close your window? HAHAHAHAHA!" Gunner: "..." Pilot: "we don't have windows." Co-Pilot: "Oh well look at you smarty little ****..." Pilot: "I'm just stating the obvious...****terd." Gunner: "...I seriously think that I should bring a heater in here." Co-Pilot: "Thought so."
I was thinking the difference between "driver" "pilot", cuz both are on some kinda machine. Driver must follow rules but does not have a "mission". Pilot have a mission and he must complete by what ever means available. So driver is to complete a task, pilot is to solve a problem, like modern equivalent of knight.