The thing is, your ships will get shot at either way, but by going with N3's/my suggestions, you can reduce the time during which you can be shot at.
That is because when your ships DO begin moving AWAY from the enemy, they are starting from where they were in the first place (cause they turned on the spot), not from the middle of the enemy's fleet (where they end up right now thanks to arcing turns).
And how long have you been speaking English, because aside from a minor modificate error here or there, your grammar is just as good (if not better) than someone who speaks it natively.
thanks. I can't really recall when I started taking lessons. Must've been around the beginning of the grammar school.
"It is a fouled up country led by fouled up people trying to keep a fouled up Nation from stealing their own shoes from themselves."
Uhh, it's hard to explain. Let's just say that the majority of Polish people have one maxim - "Not my business
- That old man on the other side of the road has just slipped on the icy pavement and doesn't get up. Haha. Not my business.
- Look, someone's stealing a car! Call the cops? Why? It's not my car. Not my business.
- Oh my God! A car accident, look! I wonder if anyone's hurt. Stop and check, call an ambulance? Why, it's not me who has crashed. Not my business.
- Listen, I work in the frozen fish aisle and this fish is fresh. Thus, I won't tell you, dear Customer, how much it costs, even though I could check it in 30 seconds. It's not my duty. Not my business.
Moreover, people in Poland have a peculiar way of thinking that everybody else has enough and that if you can help yourself with something (doesn't matter that it isn't yours by right) without being punished for doing it, it is only fair to do so and lacking "assertiveness" if you don't. And so evading taxes, skipping lines, eating stuff in supermarkets and not paying for it is just being "assertive". It's a National skill to fight openly for everything that is yours (even if you don't need it and the other person does) and at the same time treat unguarded property of others as "opportunity".
It's very sophisticated; you'd have to live here for 20 years to know.
PS. I think we're getting a little off topic here.