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4-23-2010 @ 6:46PM
Asking for help from someone you see going about town is a good idea. Randomly /whispering people you pull off the /who list is spamming, and you should expect whatever very hostile responses you might end up getting because of it. Some people don't mind spam but a lot of people do, particularly when they're right in the middle of something (and "I didn't know you were right in the middle of something" is precisely the point -- if you can't see my on your screen and see what I'm doing, you must be randomly spamming people to even be whispering me, and getting spammed really, really annoys me -- if you weren't being an impolite jerkwad, there'd be no danger of you interrupting me in the middle of the fight because you'd already know I wasn't in the middle of a fight because you wouldn't be spamming me without even being able to see me -- the fact that you don't even know whether I'm in the middle of something or not but spammed me anyway makes you an even bigger jerkwad than someone "doing it intentionally").
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