I respect your opinion. I just don’t care what it is.

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  1. Being one of the highly opinionated atheist types you mention – sadly we have not gamed together – I love a robust debate, on matters not only to do with religion, but politics and other social matters. What I don’t do is bring that to the table, and what I certainly don’t do is try to force my opinions on others away from the table. As I say, I love a debate, and if you’re not willing to accept the toing and froing, instead belligerently sticking to your guns because you think you know what’s right, then I have no time for you.

    Going back to attitudes at the table, play and let play….

  2. Chet Cox says:

    Sadly, there’s nothing which makes gamers immune to intolerance, anger, hatred, or any of the other sins which are immoral, illegal, or fattening. It’s not confined to gamers, nor to “mundane” types. SF fans think they’re above such things. Comics fans think THEY are tolerant. Even yoyologists (students of yo-yos, gyroscopes, and balance) all think that their group is tolerant of other viewpoints, religions, races, and creeds.

    They’re not. We’re not. I hope this won’t offend my atheist brother or sister in the previous post, but the fact that humans fight so much, is a testament that we’re all brothers and sisters. Really, have you ever seen brothers and sisters who DIDN’T fight?

    *jeep! & God Bless — and game on!
    –Grandpa Chet, the MormonYoYoMan

  3. breacher18 says:

    Being on the receiving end of this, I can honestly say its horrible and completely off putting. It ruined the gaming experience for me, and it took me many years to pluck up the confidence to join a roleplaying group again. Bullying is not exceptible in any circumstance and in a game that struggles to attract new players let alone females, we really should be trying to make it a fun experience for all.

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