MOO-cows Mailing List Archive
Re: Threatening of Gothic MOO
Date: Mon, 28 Oct 1996 20:20:09 PST
From: Kipp the Kidd <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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At 07:47 PM 10/28/96 PST, The Ferretously Funky One wrote:
>Explain to the list why the player is causing a problem and why they are
>being thrown out, tell us their email and site, etc. There is no need to
>show us a log full of nothing but insults that only demonstrate a lack
>of maturity on the part of the player, as well as the ArchWiz in question.
If you have such a problem with the logs, don't read them. I find them
quite entertaining and slightly informative. It makes me wonder how mature
these people are...
>Steam has nothing to do with the filthy language of morons.
Morons? Filthy language? Need I say more?
>My sense of humor and love of mustelid pets displays a lack of maturity
>and posting a logfile full of grammar-school name-calling is not?
There you have a point.
>Maybe I'm just not a "MOO person" because I don't get it.
Having my MOO hacked in for days and days by a drunk ex-wizard who's name I
won't mention actually did get me quite on edge. I did some impulsive
things, but managed to keep my hands off of the security hole at his MOO; I
did not want to become the NetBlazer I was fighting. (Oops, did I just
mention his name?) Now, if sending an informative or complaint (at most)
message to moo-cows is the worst the archwiz did, I think we should have the
decency to not complain. I realize the sender's writing and conflict
resolution skills were not great, but he/she did almost exactly what I would
have done. Looked to a higher authority for help... That is what we are
here for, are we not?
I'm sick of writing signatures.
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