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10-03-2011 @ 9:29AM
Taking guild drama and turning it into Facebook drama and then blaming people for being upset is ridiculous.If 'Victim' hadn't burned his bridges the first time he left, they're damned well good and burned this time around.Best to be moving on to your next guild, 'Victim.' Hopefully you can apply the lessons you learned and avoid being That Guy next time around.
10-03-2011 @ 11:43AM
This is a bit ridiculous. While the OP maybe should have realised nothing good could come of their outburst if anyone from the guild saw it, a guild shouldn't determine where and how they vent. It's not Facebook drama - it's them being annoyed/hurt by an annoying/hurtful situation.
10-03-2011 @ 1:54PM
@ Spellotape:If they want to be able to vent on Facebook about their WoW experiences, they shouldn't friend people they know in WoW.If they want to friend people they know in WoW, then they shouldn't vent on Facebook. Maybe they should start a Livejournal and filter it if they want a place to vent...
10-03-2011 @ 2:42PM
And having failed to get the vindication and support and attention he desired from venting on Facebook, he now seeks it here on WoW Insider, with a letter he was obviously hoping would be published. (Note how he's not asking for help or advice, he just "wanted to share" "something [he] thought might be interesting." LOOK AT MEEEEEEE!)
10-04-2011 @ 2:37PM
I've had one person write pretty awful things about me on her Facebook. When I spoke with her about them (in person, not online), she said that she didn't name any names so I shouldn't have any problem. The fact of the matter is that, whether or not anybody else knows that these things are being said about me (but honestly, people are smarter than that), *I* know they're about me. I don't like negative things being said about me any more than the next person. Veil of anonymity or not, an insult is an insult and you can always expect the insulted to feel...insulted.
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