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   Okay, let me first start off this blog by saying I've seen some poor play over the last 6 months here, and  probably not taken it the best, I'll admit. However, I don't claim to be perfect, nor do I claim to do everything right, but, I put forth an effort every month to do my best!  More than the depositless donkeys that play here for the freeroll only and don't have an ounce of respect for this skill league, or the players that have any inkling to learn about the game. This is like a calculus exam which the results are based on a curve and the pupils that don't deserve to be in the class are pulling my grade down, resulting in a loss of learning, and a loss of my time.

  PSO I beg thee, put together another quiz, where the info is not in front of their faces where they can just copy answers. let us learn the material and give us a week to learn it, then pull it off the site while everyone gets their tickets back.
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