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Separation of unique passives from recipes (keep total cost the same)

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CreamyPopsicles

Junior Member

03-08-2013

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TealNinje:
If you've paid attention to his posts, you'd see he bumps the threads no matter what response he get's.


He does, but at least if you respond to him, you promote the spirit of discussion instead of blowing him off. The forum is where people discuss and we should respect that.


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TealNinje

Senior Member

03-08-2013

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CreamyPopsicles:
He does, but at least if you respond to him, you promote the spirit of discussion instead of blowing him off. The forum is where people discuss and we should respect that.

There's nothing to discuss. The ideas are awful, short-sighted, or both. Discussing it will not resolve into anything beneficial to the forum; actually blowing him off is more beneficial, as it allows people to vent off some steam or rally against a troll, promoting unity.


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CreamyPopsicles

Junior Member

03-08-2013

You didn't even give him a chance. Explain to him why it was awful. If you don't he'll be directed in the wrong direction. If you explain to him why it was awful, he might someday arrive at a good idea. If you blow him off now, he will never get to a good idea and will continue posting bad ideas. I don't think it would be beneficial for anybody if you blow him off now because he will continue. However, if you answer his questions instead of completely ignoring him, (sure it might take a while) he will eventually contribute amazing ideas. Is it better to educate him or leave him ignorant?


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TealNinje

Senior Member

03-09-2013

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CreamyPopsicles:
You didn't even give him a chance. Explain to him why it was awful. If you don't he'll be directed in the wrong direction. If you explain to him why it was awful, he might someday arrive at a good idea. If you blow him off now, he will never get to a good idea and will continue posting bad ideas. I don't think it would be beneficial for anybody if you blow him off now because he will continue. However, if you answer his questions instead of completely ignoring him, (sure it might take a while) he will eventually contribute amazing ideas. Is it better to educate him or leave him ignorant?

The effort needed to change his ways could be better used to improve at least a dozen other people. A dozen great posters, or one? That's an incredibly easy decision; obviously we'd want the dozen, and all we pay for doing it is we discard one person.

We gave him opportunity. We gave him 3 weeks of opportunity. He failed to change even slightly over those 3 weeks.


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Zer0blizzard

Senior Member

03-12-2013

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TealNinje:
The effort needed to change his ways could be better used to improve at least a dozen other people. A dozen great posters, or one? That's an incredibly easy decision; obviously we'd want the dozen, and all we pay for doing it is we discard one person.

We gave him opportunity. We gave him 3 weeks of opportunity. He failed to change even slightly over those 3 weeks.


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