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    Join Date
    Apr 2011

    Transfers are back!

    So its time to move on to another creep server, crick was a nice place to visit I enjoyed my limited time here. Notable is the amount of people who approach the game casually much like I do. I appreciated that the most, nothing makes me smile more then people who pontificate about being good at a video game, someone has to get my coffee I suppose..... Anyway will be around from time to time wont move everything at once. Few shout outs: Guido, thanks man you made the game fun. One of the reasons I logged on daily was to be in your raids and listen to your stories, great player, good person. Skatuk, thanks for being cool and getting the schitict, our convo's were good. Trahai, you are one hell of a WL excellent player. To all the freeps I trolled, I spent little to no time thinking about you before or after the fact it was merely a mechanism to enhance the game for me personally. Whether you believe that or not isn't that important but if what I am told is correct, there are a few who took it personally. Its of no consequence to me if you were a drunk and beat your family, id encourage you to attempt to excel at something outside of a video game, short of that I have nothing, thanks for the lulz. I want to especially thank Quaq and Murkatop it was refreshing to hear and bare witness to two young men unafraid of their feelings for one another and develop a deep rooted and nurturing relationship. Even today your probably chatting one another up in OOC, its that genuine courage that made being in BAMF such a treasured memory for me. When I look back on my time on crick the affection and connection you two developed for one another was completely unexpected. For the most part young men in today's society are still homophobic but you two provided a rare glimpse into the affections modern males can express freely to one another. Don't stop being who you are, no matter how awkward it might become to admit the obvious anyone who has grouped with you sees and can hear, its that courage to continue on as a couple that is really cool to see. Thanks for that, I find MMO's to be interesting social micro cultures and both of you gave me a unique insight into a sub culture of American males I wouldn't have otherwise had.
    Last edited by Thorgrum; Aug 10 2013 at 08:39 PM.



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