The post wasn’t directly directed at you. Could have quoted anyone else of the other 20 people as well, but yours was at the bottom and so the most convenient one to quote
See, that one would have worked just as well! So if I did somehow offend you with my reply, that wasn’t my intention. It was directed toward the broader population, not you specifically.
His comment would have fit the average Joe consumer drone, so ~99% of humanity living in developed countries? I’m just not one of those.
He could have written something like that, yeah. But come on, give him some slack. We’re playing EVE Online here, a game notorious for not having any safe spaces. And if Falcon knows what kind of comments I usually make on these forums, then that answer was perfectly in line, even though it might not look the way to an outsider.
I just don’t understand the problem you guys are having. The problem that’s killing EVE Online is at the top (looking at you Hilmar). It’s not community guys like Falcon, who, if you ask me, do a good job reflecting the EVE community. This full uptight stick-in-ass PR approach that most companies have wouldn’t do CCP very good, if you ask me. They just aren’t that type of company (yet). They never were. It’s why EVE is (was) the way it is (was).
He obviously took my comment as a joke, which it was to some degree, and responded to it in kind. I’m not upset about that, quite the opposite actually. Gives me hope that the EVE I once knew and loved isn’t entirely dead yet.