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  • LeuchtbojeConny
    544 posts
    edited May 2014
    First world problems
    So what?
    That's where we live.
  • vanettoonl726
    229 posts Member
    edited May 2014
    If this type of event gets junked, we'll know EA is listening. If it shows up again, we'll know either 1) it's profitable for them in spite of all the complaints or 2) they don't care and are probably winding the game down anyway.

    Sadly, this is where I stop being a daily player. I have too much cash, nothing worthwhile left to do or buy, and the arduous and unrewarding Easter event sapped my remaining enthusiasm. I'll occasionally remove the handshakes so people can still tap on my town and I'll check in to see when there's a new event or update. Other than that, I'm done being a daily player for the first time since I started in October.
  • soprano_1980
    155 posts Member
    edited May 2014
    First world problems
    So what?
    That's where we live.

    Haha yes it is! And we should all feel really REally good tang these are our issues
  • computingl152
    42 posts
    edited May 2014
    Lol to save money EA outsources customer service to India. Sounds like he barely speaks English. He could not get a job on the phone so they moved him to chat. He does notevn understand what you are asking.
  • mrobinson666873
    214 posts Member
    edited May 2014
    They must know something though, they've been right in the past, so I'm going to remain optimistic.
  • annettemarc
    7747 posts Member
    edited May 2014
    Lol to save money EA outsources customer service to India. Sounds like he barely speaks English. He could not get a job on the phone so they moved him to chat. He does notevn understand what you are asking.

    Psst. Your punctuation could use work. Here. I'll fix it for you. Let's review the three sentences you had problems with. I'll show how they were supposed to be.


    Lol.
    Note the period. It is internet slang representing the sentence "I am laughing out loud." The "I am" portion is assumed.

    To save money, EA outsources customer service to India.
    Always capitalize the first word in a new sentence.
    Don't forget the comma after the word "money". " To save money" is a subordinate clause, so must be set apart from the rest of the sentence.

    He could not get a job on the phone, so they moved him to chat.
    In your post, you forgot your comma again. The word "so" is a coordinating conjunction uniting the independent clause "He could not get a job on the phone" with the independent clause "they moved him to live chat". A comma precedes the conjunction in this situation.

    Keep working on your punctuation, okay? Incorrect punctuation in a post mocking someone else's mastery of a second language is probably not going to gain you respect or credence. Perhaps English is your second language! If so, I applaud your progress. Just work on the punctuation and, before you know it, people will think you're a native speaker!

    BTW, your posts are usually informative and fun. This time? Not so much.



    USA/UK Race To Throw Country Into Utter Chaos = TOO CLOSE TO CALL
  • casinolyrics
    133 posts
    edited May 2014
    Hanji tricked you with the ol' copy/paste reply.
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