Neither am I for a long time, and I cherish any of the "want want want asap" moments that I still get in my life, it doesn't happen as much as I hope it does. You know that rush when you really want to get something done and feels extremely satisfied when you do? That's one of the reasons why I play games, because I don't get that any more this many years into life. At this stage you learn tolerance and compassion, yes, if I've got a group already and it wipes continuously I'd suck it up and I'd play nice and I'd be patient, I'd be encouraging them and putting in the hours. Doesn't mean the next time I'm going to make an effort to contact these same people myself to run the dungeon again (unless they're interesting in other ways, for example very nice people), especially if I plan to run this dungeon every day.
And what kind of a "come back" is "this sounds childish" anyways? If you've indeed got as much experience in life as you claim, I really doubt that's all you can comment on.
Besides, why do I need to justify it? Think of it as whatever as you want. Like I said, if you can't relate, well that's too bad, I guess it isn't an issue for you and you should no longer bother to argue with me since we don't even share this common experience and hence really can't have a meaningful conversation. This is not an "argument" per se, I really do feel that if we're feeling completely different things and what I felt has never occurred to you, then there is no use for us to argue. For all who knows what I'm talking about though, it is an issue. And if SOME of the community is concerned about an issue, it is only right for them to speak up, and in no circumstances should you "shut them up" or imply to do so simply because "you don't feel it yourself", no matter how "childish" you think the issue really is. If you're indeed as experienced in life as you claim, you should know the political implication, and this is what I've being arguing for all these times anyways.
Edited by CepaCepa, 15 November 2012 - 05:26 PM.