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3-16-2009 @ 1:37PM
Really Eternauta, is it so hard to read this article? Really? Guidleaders and officers do nothing but serve a guild and its best interests. Let me quote something for you from the article, maybe this will help general understanding:"It doesn't mean you have to approve of every decision they make. It's your guild, too, and you should be able to voice your opinions. The advice that I've given to these readers is always the same: Talk to the officers about it if you really have a problem with what they're doing. Either they will agree with you or they won't. If they don't agree with you, you can either live with it or quit the guild."See, see that. That is the essence. I live in a democracy. I have a vote, as do guildmembers. Sometimes though, the majority will vote for something I don't like, well tough for me then, but I will have to live with it, or leave. That is how it is in a guild. You try to please everyone, but you simply can not, it is impossible. So before you start to whine as if officers do this to spite you, maybe think about how they actually discussed the decision, weighed the pros and cons, and then came to a conclusion. Since when does democracy mean 'everyone will like every outcome'?
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