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9-27-2010 @ 6:34AM
@SnackPatrolAs hard as it'll be for you to believe, I do give portals, and even when people ask to pay, I simply do it for free.What my point is, in cases where we are busy, which believe it or not for me, is quite often, people asking for portals should at least understand that we're not slaves. For example, when standing around I could be in a raid group, waiting for it to fill. That, or I'm usually in a dungeon group, so I end up replying back to them that I can't at the moment. And yes, I read your post. Fully. Several times. That's why I had to go into a list to explain what I felt of your post. I'm sorry that we disagree, but my view remains unchanged, as does yours.
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