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4-13-2009 @ 1:22PM
I was about to say "yeah, 100%" but then realized I in fact share my account with my spouse. I didn't even think of this when it came up, but considering the built the gaming rigs and signed up the accounts on her credit card and created my password... well, I guess I'm not as inocent here as I thought.Ah well. The article is still one I agree with.
4-13-2009 @ 1:43PM
I agree with the article as well, but it's an iffy line, IMO, when two people are married. "What's yours is mine, what's mine is yours." I'm not sure what the line even is, legally.Yes, even married couples can have a blow up, get divorced, and cause nastiness in the game. I'm not some newlywed spouting how perfect things should be. It brings up the question, though, of where the lines in this really should be.I have my husband's password, but I won't use it. He could have mine, if he could ever remember it. We respect each others privacy too much to log in on each others accounts, though. And, if I'm angry at him, WoW would be the last thing on my mind to lash out at him with. But, other couples have different priorities and reactions.While I wouldn't trust officers in a raiding guild who share accounts with best friends or girlfriends, I think I'd sit back and observe how a married couple acts before jumping all over them about what they're doing wrong. But, that's just me.
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