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7-15-2008 @ 6:27AM
I can understand both sides. Being an officer in charge of our guild's bank I see misplaced items practically every day (because people will not bother reading the tabs instructions where the proper locations are clearly stated in their native language, despite multiple related MotD's). If an item is misplaced, the responsibility of that item being snatched by "wrong" person is with the depositer. I cannot spend the whole day watching that every single item is correctly placed (we have 4 tabs for public use and one for officers). I can only try to do my best for people to learn what goes where, the withdrawal limit takes care of the rest.If there has previously been recipes in the public tab of their bank, this situation is nothing out of the ordinary: first come, first served. If, on the other hand, this is the first time, I can understand if they expected him to ask before taking it. BUT. The public tab is as it's named, public. The officers should not expect the withdrawer to know he wasn't supposed to take it. So, if we we're to blame anyone (witch is extremely stupid to do, in any case), I'd point the finger toward the depositer. But I don't know all the facts. Was the recipe worth anything, who deposited it ( = did he know where he was supposed to put such items) et cetera.
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