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as stated earler, FRs lead to crazy play.   but, there are some ppl who dont get crazy (much) and enjoy a pleasant game and a chance to possibly chat w s1, whom we might never otherwise.  SO, ITS ALWAYS DISTURBING WHEN PPL MISUSE/ABUSE CHAT PRIVELEGE.   sorry for yelling (please refrain from cap usage when possible, save the caps for really special exclamations, like WOW!, etc.)

also, DON'T HOLD THE ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ BUTTON  we know he's taking a long time, we're here too.  and he probably doesn't care if you're in a hurry, or is laughing at how much it bothers you.  you might be keeping others from chatting

profanity and insults only reveal truths about you, mainly that you're a poor sport (also mkes you a target for the headhunters who like to push buttons)

and, most importantly,UNLESS YOU'RE SPECIFICALLY ASKED, NO ONE WANTS YOUR EXPERT ADVICE, especially after you've been busted out.

maybe, chat might become more of a reason to play, i know it is for me     glall
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