apart of their 'semi public'
There's a saying I made to cover situations like this: It's the Indian, not the arrow, that makes the difference.
Now what that means is that the cue itself (the arrow henceforth post haste) is not nearly as important as the one operating or wielding it (the engine) now that we know...AHHHHHH. ...ugh....un.
Sorry I recently woke up after a whole night of very strange dreams. Having my Cue helps get me in the zone for sure. I don't think I've ever gotten in a zone with any other cue, so it may not be a magical thing but a cue that's melded with you will, in fact, make you play better. I call this the arrow/indian continuum.
Thanks, you are the one that came up with that are you? It's very clever.
And thanks for explaining it too, we've all been waiting.
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