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/Nov/2010

My week, play, and tilt.

By: Morganhell's @ 19:33 (EST) / 306 / Comment ( 2 )
Just a rough week so far. Getting frustrated with the level of play. So far I have 7 negative games and its the 10th. I only had 7 negative games for the entire month of October, so I am not loving how things are going. I allowed my frustarions at the game play to tilt me.

I got what I feel was 1 undeserved warning because I was misunderstood, and 1 kinda deserved warning for my posts in the forum. Apparently complaining about anonymous game players and how they play is against the rules. So, I won't post comments on any stupid donk plays because I get warned for it. I still wonder if the player who slandered me in the forums got a warning about it, probably not.

Just tired, frustrated, need to go kick some penguins and stomp some ants. :(

Tomorrow will be better and a fresh start. :)
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