I really worry for people for whom Dungeons & Dragons is their entire identity or rather for those that act as if it is, even if that is actually impossible.
I really worry for people for whom only one thing is their entire identity or rather for those that act as if it is, even if that is actually impossible.
<- altered a bit. This has been coming to my mind about other things (none of them actually involving the word identity) recently. :-/
Either some don't realize that other people are responding to folks that you apparently have on ignore in some of these threads, or you're having a very hard time keeping up with your own arguments.
I have one of those. I always end up screaming "WHY ARE YOU ALL ENGAGING WITH THEM?" at the monitor.Its sometimes extremely clear that the one particular poster I have on ignore is a heavy participant in a thread (there's one other at least who has me on ignore, but this particular poster is pretty recognizable just from the kind of responses he gets).
That is awful, man. I'm so sorry.I just found out that, nearly exactly a year ago, the previous owner of the FLGS (who I've known for basically my whole life - I started going there when I was fifteen) developed a brain tumor and passed away due to complications, even though the operation on it had been a success and he seemed to be well on the way to recovering.