Bravo. You deleted my main topic-answering post and ‘just edited’ that off-topic one with Nazi-cat.
I think I’m done trying to let you know what is morale.
Feel free to
I had too add it:
ISD Dorrim Barstorlode You are ‘great equalizer’ you know…
Don’t know if it is inexperience, a language issue, or a cultural difference, but you stepped right up to (and sometimes across) a certain line. The use of RIP should have tipped you off about the cemetary; certain symbols or letters are nearly universally recognized, but even then you went further in your post to ask someone if they were in the SS.
Let’s just attribute your actions and reactions to inexperience, as well as cultural and language issues. Let’s all move on. We’re all here just trying to play a game.
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