I'm not going to say I did not see this coming.
I accepted it as a possibility. I just thought he'd be smarter about it.
Larkonis Trassler resigned from the CSM because he was doing insider trading with his main. What in the world was he thinking? I can understand when politicians in real life get caught doing dumb things, they don't have the ability to create anonymous alts, or funnel money properly(you know, most of the time).
Would if have been so difficult to go to a trusted, but not especially close friend through out of game communication and let him/her do it for you? Then go play some EVE poker and just have 'em "lose" your share of the money to you. This is off the top of my head you FUCKING MORON
. Did you somehow not think they were not watching you? Honestly? Seriously?
Still, this transcends ingame theft and moves into a betrayal of trust. Those that voted for you trusted that you'd remain in office for your entire term, which you would have done had you not been a fucking moron. CCP trusted you with knowledge and asked for your input to improve the game. You took that and turned it into cash. That is not why I voted for you.
I trusted you, you fucking moron.
I know I'm a bit late on this, I haven't really been following the whole CSM thing cause the guy I voted in got elected. I figured he could handle things well enough without me watching him. Turns out he was a fucking moron.
He made a few posts on scrapheap challenge you might want to read through...as it happens, he was drunk at the time, which is why he did it in such retarded fashion apparently, and when asked admitted. I made a post about it on my blog if you're interested.ReplyDelete
Good advice, Crimsoneer.ReplyDelete
So Hal, getting ready to toss your hat into the ring?
Not this time around Mynxee, and apparently not next if you're going to. I'd just split votes off you and lose anyhow.ReplyDelete
Sorry, by the way, my dad was an alchoholic. Being drunk is not an excuse for any damn thing.ReplyDelete
I grew up with it too, Hal. But understanding why something happens is not the same as condoning it. I'm sure Lark regrets what he did--at least, based on the private conversations I've had with him--but what's done is done. He's young, he did a dumb thing, hopefully learned something useful from it. Nothing much left to do but move on from there.ReplyDelete