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3-16-2009 @ 1:24PM
No bob, it is not what he is saying. He is encouraging to speak to officers when you have issues. All he is saying is: make a list in your head about all the things you never feel like complaining about, then list, next to that, the one complaint you have now and feel that is such a big deal. Maybe, when weighing both those lists, one negative aspect is not really worth starting a war over. A little secret here. Officers and guildleaders, often do things, and take the decisions, they do not approve of themselves, but they make them for the good of the guild, because the majority wants it so. They don't attempt to mould the entire guild into their own little playground where they get all the fun and rewards while members suffer. So naturally, members will, in turn, not like every single decision either. That's life, that's how it works. You can never please everyone 100%. All that is being said here is; hey, if you like 90% of how the guild works, is the 10% really worth feeling so crap and mistreated about? Or could you give kudos that the guildleader and officers actually managed to make you happy for 90%?
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