The tales of a now dead farmer, his return to Azeroth, and why his pet bear constantly runs away with his leg bone..
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12/04/2010 4:18 AMPosted by AraquielI may do that then - I'd sort of thought it was required to follow everyone participating, and the great majority of people involved are a LOT of fun to read. There's really only one or two who seem determined to leave a great stinking turd in the middle of the playground.
I deactivated the account, if I do create a new one I'll post here. Trying to decide if I should recreate one for Ara, or for one of my other chars. I know I can do it for more than one char; my problem is more one of time constraint. Hehe.
I really appreciate both of your replies encouraging me!
12/08/2010 12:19 AMPosted by FaelwenHerro! Can you remove these three? I'm debating on keeping the fourth in there. Between asshats and the cliquishness of it all.. i'm kind of turned off by it.
You know what I did, on From and Mkvenner's advice was just followed the people I've enjoyed and didn't follow the ones who were being so damn nasty. You can also block them from following you so they can't see your tweets, too. It's made it a LOT more enjoyable to read and interact.
12/08/2010 7:58 AMPosted by FromwizzleYeah, I'd just do that. We'd be walking a fine line if we started regulating what can and can't be tweeted, etc. I have people that I don't follow, and I'm sure others don't follow Fromwizzle's rambling and pointless blabber. There's bound to be a lot of characters we simply don't want to listen to. But unfollowing them pretty much makes them disappear.
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