|Bong Lover said:
Yes, you are well within your rights, I don't see where I implied that I think you should be banned or that you are violating any legislation. My post was simply a simple suggested guideline for how to deal with sticker shock.
Of course, the true intent behind the post was to deliver a veild message to you and others of the same ilk that I personally find it laughable to complain about the price of any product in general, and even more so when we are talking about a $10 product. As you so ably pointed out, I am also well within my rights to hold that opinion.
No you didnt say anything about me being banned but you did use vulgar language and associated with what I posted as my opinion - that I'm sure is against the rules :).
I just said an opinion about the price which I have every right to do so and you have every right to disagree with me on it - that is fine. But to associate me with "bitching" (which I'm sure is against the rules to even say someone is doing that) is the same as associating me with people who boycott EA games or make petitions for a certain release which is far more laughable than complaining about a price of a game.
I see where the disconnect has occured. I am posting from a language zone where bitching is not considered to be vulgar (at least not to any meaningful extent considering the language that is daily allowed on the site). Anyhow, feel free to replace the vulgar word with any of the following that should be free of any vulgarity:
-crying like a little baby
-whining like a girl
-bellyache like a little child
That should remove all traces of vulgarity and leave only the intended offensive meaning.
Finally, I am afraid I don't understand your reference to EA boycotts and the other behaviors at the end of your post. Are the connections central to your argument or can I disregard them moving forward?
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