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1-09-2012 @ 7:12PM
Yeah, you're right. It does mention those things, and I wholly agree with the preventative measures. I think I was expecting to see answers about reacting to the situations as they arose, and in particular, how best to convey them to the group. Obviously, if you're leaving on Deathwing to go chow on a pizza, you deserve a kick, regardless of what you say. I guess I'm just curious what to tell these people you're letting down, even if you already know the outcome.And just out of unmerited curiosity, I would like to know what's best to say in emergency situations. I like to think a simple "brb, desk on fire" would suffice, but I'm open to more polite and/or hilarious responses.
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