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9-06-2007 @ 6:51PM
I don't really care about the rudeness or implied rudeness of invites like these... but it shows the intelligence and communication level of the people who are doing it.If you can't be bothered to send a simple "hey, I've got 4 for xx instance, are you ready to roll?" kind of message or something explaining who you are without my having to figure it out, I'm not sure of your ability to either understand the instance or even worse lead people through it if they don't undestand it. PUG's being what they are... I prefer someone with at least a minor amount of communication skills. So, I just use them as an idiot test. It works fairly well for the most part.
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