- Nov 20, 2008
I think the PA response was generally aimed at the kids, which IS valid.conmag9 said:Am I missing something? A fairly polite request that parents not kick their kids off willy nilly? Is there some sort of secret message I need a decoder ring to figure out where he angrily condemns parents for not placing the greatest of importance on LoL and that they shouldn't even consider removing a player from a team even if the house is on fire? My first thought on Penny Arcade's response was that it was a parody of someone massively overreacting to the letter.
It's just a call to be aware that it's polite to make sure the disconnection doesn't happen outside an emergency. He's not saying they should re-arange their schedules to allow for LoL to go on uninterrupted, he's just asking that they make sure kids don't start something they can't finish, where possible. That's...not even remotely unreasonable. Solid life skill, too.
I know I've played through matches I wasn't interested in finishing because I didn't want to throw the team off (we had some good turn around that way too!). It's just common decency.
for reals tho
you kidss have NO IDEA. HOW MUCH. YOU HAVE TO LOVE SOMEONE. TO PUT UP WITH THAT SHIT.