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We are an instant gratification generation and its killing us - Fri Jan 06, 2012, 02:00 AM
Austerror's Avatar
Since: Jul 2011
Posts: 85
I don't know about anyone else, but recently I've been noticing a few posts that just make me want to pick some people up and shake them for a while.

I believe we here at PSO are very spoilt in the amount of information and knowledge we have available to us for free, whether thats training videos, hand analysis or just a myriad of extremely knowledgeable people who readily offer us their brains to pick apart about any subject of our choosing.

What i think some members have forgotten or just don't realize is that we all have lives outside of PSO and just poker in general, for many of us this is just a hobby we use to fill those boring hours between finishing work and going to bed. Now i understand there are those who are highly enthusiastic and dedicated but these people need to realize that we are not all like that. This may mean that your post may not get looked at for the better part of a day or someone won't be able to reply to a PM but it will eventually be addressed.

I think we all need to relearn a bit of patience, we live in a world with instant communication and real time accessibility to the collected intelligence of our species and i think this has eroded this virtue a little bit.

So im begging my fellow PSOers... Don't get angry or upset when ur posts don't replied to or something isn't taken care of right away, you don't know whats happening on the other end of the line..


p.s. This is not directed at any particular person just based on my observations from browsing the forum

Last edited by Austerror; Fri Jan 06, 2012 at 02:04 AM..
Fri Jan 06, 2012, 12:13 PM
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Since: Dec 2010
Posts: 434
here here!
gl y all

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