Is this allowed? (in General)
August 29 2005 5:07 AM EDT
In chat just now, we were typing and found this little tidbit:
<The3Stooges> yeah people were saying i was multi-ing because my 2 little brothers have acounts
<The3Stooges> and i sent my little bro brandon a roe
<The3Stooges> is that aloud???
Then a little later:
<The3Stooges> he had to pay for it tho just not much like 50k
<The3Stooges> after everyone started whinging
I realize that he may or may not be a multi but?
August 29 2005 5:13 AM EDT
imo not allowed, if they aren't multis then they should not have any transfers between their accounts and if they do want to trade things they should keep decent prices.
everyone whines because multis are evil and if those stooges really are 1 person then this is a really bad example.
demanding of your little brother that he has to pay for a 'gift' is evil also.
August 29 2005 5:42 AM EDT
Is the word evil must be use here.
if they can somehow prove they are not the same person, then isn't it quite up to them what they do with the stuff they have? I was under the impression that having more than one account was the problem, not giving things away.
August 29 2005 12:49 PM EDT
it's the combination that is the problem...
August 29 2005 2:31 PM EDT
Solution to the problem: Have both of them online at same time and seperate them into different rooms to talk to them. If they refuse to do so then they are one person.
August 29 2005 2:32 PM EDT
won't work, people with 2 accounts could be online at the same time using 2 different pc's...
it is also entirely possible to have two different users using the same PC .. for example two 14 year old or younger brothers who share the family PC ..
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