online games, multiplayer games
Simcountry is an Online Digital World where you are the President of a country.
No download needed!
What is Simcountry?
Beginners Info
What is Simcountry?

New rules for CEO's...Enjoy. (White Giant)

Simcountry: Simcountry Bulletin Board  New rules for CEO's...Enjoy. (White Giant)

Wendy (Golden Rainbow)

Wednesday, December 10, 2008 - 07:18 pm Click here to edit this post
If they couldn't ban you for going out of your way to piss them off . . Could we really call them "Game Gods?

Discussing and venting is far from insulting and giving off a feeling of being scammed for a w0pping 3.00 a months. Wow, you get scammed by your govt every year for tax on money you work for. Then you get taxxed for spending what you have left. Then you get taxxed AGAIN for attempting to make any further gains with what you have left after that. Yet we all pay taxxes every year and where is all the frustration demonstrated here towards your govt. for "scaming" you out of your money? We are talking about 3 lousy bucks. The govt takes you for up to 40% or more!! And lets get real, we all get enjoyment out of this game and forum that surpasses the monetary value of 3 stinky dollars.

To be disgruntled is one thing, to complain is another. But to throw a message out there that is misleading or sway new players to misinterpret that message and cause some or many to flock away from the game is dangerous to us all and counterproductive to the growth of the game that is necessary to allow it to reach a pinnacle of enjoyment that we all deserve.

If you all or few have any issues you should go to the jozi chats and discuss the issues like adults instead of whining like ****** and maybe if we don't waste valuable time insulting TOM or JOZI then whomever it concerns may get a chance to present the case for either side of the changes without all the anger, anemosity, and possible bannings.

Anyways Treasurer, there is more than one way to get a point across.

You go TOM.

The Game Gods have Spoken!!! :)

Simcountry Introduction