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/Nov/2010

FLAMING CLASSMATES

By: katieroo2 @ 19:02 (EST) / 209 / Comment ( 2 )

It is so hard to play when you see your class mates saying horrid things to each other.  This is not tolerated at live casinos,  why is it tolerated here?   Yes we can mute chat from a player and it is an option but why should I have to take action because there are jerks out there.  Can't the Mods do anything about this kind of anger and strife?  If these flaming a__H___s! were to be silenced for a week or two maybe it could teach them some manners and I wish - if you did this Pokerstars-, I would appreciate a list made of all the silenced jerks so that the entire school would know who the jerks are.  Kind of like the Scarlett Letter only this will be a circle with a line drawn thru it pasted over a BIG MOUTH. 

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