Its not sunday and there's no clan bonus nor clan points...?
December 25 2012 5:13 AM EST
December 25 2012 5:27 AM EST
I've kinda debated this myself on more than on occasion. Even if the server is in America should an international community be constricted by their Holiday Schedules? I have though this to be a point of contention that has merit but that is just me. The Owners of the game have a certain way they want to do things and that is their prerogative to do so.
Dont understand me wrong, even if I disagree or agree, I didn't know.
I just wanted to know :)
Now I know I have to save my BA 5 hours before the clan points start to work again xD
Don't expect clan activities on new years day either... Which would be an international holiday I would think ;)
December 25 2012 7:01 PM EST
OK that explains a lot.
New years eve is only a holiday in those countries that think it was so cool that they nailed some rabbi to a tree that they based their calendar on it.
December 27 2012 3:01 AM EST
Wow that was left field Hivemind.......
At any rate it would be good to have a Confirmed Holiday Calendar Posted somewhere easily accessible to all players. Maybe something like in S&F they tend to have flashing stuff somewhere to garner your attention that tells you what's up when something is about to happen or is going on.
Hivemind, even though I agree with you, there's still something called: Respect for others, as in religious belief or lifestyle, just be careful what and how you say it. Always respect people!
December 27 2012 1:19 PM EST
It is true that you sort of have a duty to respect the right of others to have and profess different religious or spiritual beliefs. Technically, only the government and employers have to, but it's common courtesy to do the same.
However, you don't have to respect the people themselves, nor do you have to respect the beliefs. In fact, you're quite free to ridicule both the people AND their beliefs if you ever feel the beliefs outlandish, antiquated, or simply disagree with them strongly enough, as long as you don't actually *force* them to stop believing it themselves.
And THEY sort of have the duty to respect your right to make fun of their beliefs... but they don't have to listen to it.
On the other hand, they also have the right to ridicule your ridicule of their beliefs, and so on and so forth.
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