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/Jan/2011

Bashing a Donk

By: ESCALATORMAN @ 17:09 (EST) / 1 / Comment ( 1 )

This is my 1st post and the reason for it relates to my inappropriate comments at a table the other day. Thats right , I was bashing a Donk. I don't act like that normally and don't want to be perceived as that kind of person. Therefore I am forumally appologizing to anyone at that table or to those who may have been observing for my actions. A player joined the table, after another donking, and said I should act more like an adult. I am thanking him for openning my eyes. Normally I just chat about whatever, but I had a moment and it was getting out of hand. The Donks are always gonna be there and I will make a note, bite my tongue,  watch my back and keep pushing foward. Again, I am truely sorry for my comments.    

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