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2-08-2010 @ 3:00PM
If you're uncomfortable as a guild with having people account share, then I think in the end the kick was probably the best thing. This group may not be a good fit for your guild, and your guild may not be a good fit for them.However, I think the original reason for kicking the person was kind of stupid, especially since there is no indication that anyone asked him or her about it and tried to get clarification. I mean, really. Even if it HAD been the same person, maybe they didn't realize it was bad manners to do that? Maybe they though the original answer to their question meant "of course, but a bit later." When you just go and kick someone out because you perceive them to be doing something disingenuous, that IS unfair. The correct action in this situation would have been to ask them about it, instead of coming to a conclusion as officers and then just kicking the person with no explanation until someone asked.
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