No, I wasn't hacked.

Cenarius
LOL. I guess when you pst someone over and over and over the same thing, and they ignore, they must be getting hacked. No I wasn't hacked, I was just ignoring the idiot that kept pst'n me the following:

This is the song that never ends. Yes it goes on and on my friends. Some people starting singing it, and they'll continue singing it forever just because.

When I'm trying to grind up my characters, leave me alone. Grinding is boring enough without scrubs pst'n me 24/7.
LOL. I guess when you pst someone over and over and over the same thing, and they ignore, they must be getting hacked. No I wasn't hacked, I was just ignoring the idiot that kept pst'n me the following:

This is the song that never ends. Yes it goes on and on my friends. Some people starting singing it, and they'll continue singing it forever just because.

When I'm trying to grind up my characters, leave me alone. Grinding is boring enough without scrubs pst'n me 24/7.
Can I assume that song will not end on December 21 even though the world will be ending?

Who will be left to sing it?
This is ironic, because you used to pst people with auto guild invite macros.
And you're point is..... ? They're not "auto" invites, they're mass invites. Difference.
You're arguing semantics. There's no difference between the behaviour you complained about and the behaviour you yourself have exhibited.
You're arguing semantics. There's no difference between the behaviour you complained about and the behaviour you yourself have exhibited.

Canadian pointing out that this is not a typo but the Canadian spelling of the word behavior, so you can narrow this person down to someone you know that lives in Canada.
12/16/2012 01:23 AMPosted by Helmsdeep
You're arguing semantics. There's no difference between the behaviour you complained about and the behaviour you yourself have exhibited.

Canadian pointing out that this is not a typo but the Canadian spelling of the word behavior, so you can narrow this person down to someone you know that lives in Canada.


You mean there are still people that don't know who Gearscore's main is?
12/16/2012 01:34 AMPosted by Gærscore

Canadian pointing out that this is not a typo but the Canadian spelling of the word behavior, so you can narrow this person down to someone you know that lives in Canada.


You mean there are still people that don't know who Gearscore's main is?


12/16/2012 01:23 AMPosted by Helmsdeep
You're arguing semantics. There's no difference between the behaviour you complained about and the behaviour you yourself have exhibited.

Canadian pointing out that this is not a typo but the Canadian spelling of the word behavior, so you can narrow this person down to someone you know that lives in Canada.


It's actually the British spelling.
12/16/2012 01:34 AMPosted by Gærscore

Canadian pointing out that this is not a typo but the Canadian spelling of the word behavior, so you can narrow this person down to someone you know that lives in Canada.


You mean there are still people that don't know who Gearscore's main is?


Speaking of spelling differences, I believe this fella is using the American spelling of the word "gearscore" for his toon name.

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