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3-16-2009 @ 3:21PM
@ KakistocracyI say members should often get their heads out of their asses. If this is insulting to you, or to anyone else, then I can only assume it is because you are such a member. Because there are also many members that cause no problems. But that is not what this blog was about, so talking about those would be silly now wouldn't it? So I don't see that as offensive. The learn to read comment is then offensive? How so? It seems many people misinterpret this blog and that is just annoying. Talking offtopic about officers and guildleaders wanting to be dictators. Claiming this is what the blog is about, while it is absolutely not. When commenting, it is very annoying that you do not even get the point of the blog you comment on, because then, the one trying to have a discussion with you, can never prove his/her point, since you are not even discussing the same thing. And no, you are not right. Because the comment I made, related to the blog, which in no way, ever stated, that members, and I quote 'voicing their interests in a guild is a bad thing.' Again, arguing beside the point and not on the content of the actual blog, has no use. @ bistramo. I agree with you fully, and I was only talking of those that actually do their job properly, that in a lot of cases, people tend to see the negative more than the positive, and focus on that. But as I said, I agree, the bad ones deserve no praise, and constructive criticism, as I have said before, is always welcome and warranted.
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