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2-06-2012 @ 3:18PM
I agree with Boz on the whole, when I had to petition the GM's when our EU guild went through some harassment I took the notion that English may not be their first language and avoided any slang/text-talk & provided as much info as possible.However, although I was able to provide screen-shots but they do not accept them as evidence, the 'between the lines' here was that most of us are proficient in Photoshop or some other picture manipulation software.In the end we traded a little bit of banter and afterward I completed the survey. As Boz said, any information and feedback is all good.I hope you get that poison thorn removed from your sides !
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