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1-09-2012 @ 2:02PM
We do use MMDDYY. So Gimmlette joins 1-9-12. She brings her alt in so the Officer note read's Gimm's alt 1-9-12. Gimm's daughter joins. She's 8 and officers need to know this. "Gimm's daug, age 8, 1-9-12". Gimm's daughter brings an alt in. Quickly, the information officers need to know gets filled because there's not enough allowed space to type and that's even if we agree on what abbreviations to use. Come on Blizz. Give me 50 spaces. I'll look into those add-ons for my use. A number of people who still refuse to go to Altoholics Anonymous use "Identity". So, when Gimm is on an alt, their chat reads "Grimm (Gimmlette)", which is a tremendous help to new people and to me, to get to know who goes with whom.
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