Curmudgeon wrote:I talk about having a team of players on each side, each member of the team controlling the pieces belonging to his side for ten turns before he gets replaced by another member of his team ("tag team") and going back to the party that all of the rest of the team is at. It's a simple concept.
But not one that you articulated well *at all*. This thread started off with talk of 32 people on scooters, and made several shifts after that, with people schlepping pieces across the desert, to performers acting stuff out for folks and then moving on, to.... god only knows dude. If you can't clearly state what your position is in one post and not scattered all through the thread, how the hell do you expect people to know what you're thinking?
Curmudgeon wrote:You know what? This is the third version of my reply to you that I've written, because the first two times I so thoroughly lost my cool that I wrote things that I'd rather not say. But you do seem to not qute be all there, mentally speaking and there's no gentle way of saying that.
Curmudgeon wrote:If you are genuinely too slow to understand
Curmudgeon wrote:this thread now belongs to the trolls and the headcases.
Physician heal thyself. I made efforts to be helpful and to make clear that I wasn't just trying to be negative. You're the one to start throwing insults. (i.e. the troll is you.)
Curmudgeon wrote:Do I go back and forth forever with somebody who will just never get it, no matter how much I try to spoonfeed a simple idea to him? Do I ask people to wade through that? Or do I do what I'm going to do now?
Curmudgeon wrote:I'm going to take my ball and go home"