Jump to content

Recommended Posts

[quote name='denkimon' date='17 June 2010 - 05:18 AM' timestamp='1276748307' post='2340299']
What this comes down to is the fact that a lot of important people on both sides of this issue ended up not getting along, and one side decided to leave. I’m gonna go with clearly things could have been handled better by all parties. In this sense, I wish you all best of luck, and hope that we all can just move on.

My only real issue in all this is this idea that the ex-moonies in tR gov were the sole problem. OK you don’t like some or all of them, fine. But tR gov was always made of members from both merging alliances. Clearly the 35 or so (?) of you that left for TPE, Gondor and now the new and improved FnKa could have BEEN the tR gov had you all voted and most importantly not repeatedly resigned once in office. Instead, from my perspective as an active but non-gov tR member, it felt more like a good third of our alliance was never even interested in making a new alliance out of two old ones. The publicly silent but well-coordinated en masse departures at the same time to the same alliances, coupled with the nuke roguery, would seem to confirm this.

It is an understatement that the merger was a bad idea but the silver lining is that everyone wins in the divorce. You all get to be in the new improved FnKa, or wherever else you may be, free from those in tR you don’t like, and so you are now happy. tR is happy too. We got rid of a bunch of unhappy members, a good portion of which were inactives, aid thieves or ghosts, not to mention those inclined to spying and nuclear roguery, etc. Meanwhile we keep lots members from both sides of the merger who are actually committed to the alliance they are currently in as opposed to the one they used to be in.
[/quote]

Denkimon has nailed it more or less 100% on the head here, as an inactive and slow ex-MOONie that is known to widely resemble this man-

[img]http://inatitude.files.wordpress.com/2009/02/pai-mei.jpg[/img]

- from whom you'd expect wisdom to flow.

I wish I had his patience and temperment, to be quite honest. It's just that after reading posts like this-

[quote]Whoa whoa whoa, we have been established for quite sometime with the same range of numbers for quite sometime.[/quote]

- I get a little riled up. OWN what you do, if you're going to do it, and with that I leave this thread.

Please forgive me, all involved.

Link to post
Share on other sites
  • Replies 105
  • Created
  • Last Reply

Top Posters In This Topic

and i come back to cn and still find this stupid crap going on back to hibernation oh and kinged sshhh . haha and homeboy still cool and gl fury

Edited by tator
Link to post
Share on other sites

[quote name='denkimon' date='16 June 2010 - 10:18 PM' timestamp='1276748307' post='2340299']
What this comes down to is the fact that a lot of important people on both sides of this issue ended up not getting along, and one side decided to leave. I’m gonna go with clearly things could have been handled better by all parties. In this sense, I wish you all best of luck, and hope that we all can just move on.

My only real issue in all this is this idea that the ex-moonies in tR gov were the sole problem. OK you don’t like some or all of them, fine. But tR gov was always made of members from both merging alliances. Clearly the 35 or so (?) of you that left for TPE, Gondor and now the new and improved FnKa could have BEEN the tR gov had you all voted and most importantly not repeatedly resigned once in office. Instead, from my perspective as an active but non-gov tR member, it felt more like a good third of our alliance was never even interested in making a new alliance out of two old ones. The publicly silent but well-coordinated en masse departures at the same time to the same alliances, coupled with the nuke roguery, would seem to confirm this.

It is an understatement that the merger was a bad idea but the silver lining is that everyone wins in the divorce. You all get to be in the new improved FnKa, or wherever else you may be, free from those in tR you don’t like, and so you are now happy. tR is happy too. We got rid of a bunch of unhappy members, a good portion of which were inactives, aid thieves or ghosts, not to mention those inclined to spying and nuclear roguery, etc. Meanwhile we keep lots members from both sides of the merger who are actually committed to the alliance they are currently in as opposed to the one they used to be in.
[/quote]


These are my thoughts aswell. We had a huge opportunity while we were in TR, and people instead just caused drama and left without any real good reason. Hopefully we can learn from our mistakes in our formation of the new FnKa. I still can't be sure what the arguing was even about back then - but it clearly wasn't working out whatever it was. Chalk it up to irreconcilable differences.

Link to post
Share on other sites

Hey guys,

Just came to have a look see cuz I was bored. That charter looks like it might have a lot of good ideas suggested by someone I might know.

Good luck,
Supreme Overlord

Link to post
Share on other sites

Join the conversation

You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.

Guest
Reply to this topic...

×   Pasted as rich text.   Paste as plain text instead

  Only 75 emoji are allowed.

×   Your link has been automatically embedded.   Display as a link instead

×   Your previous content has been restored.   Clear editor

×   You cannot paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL.


×
×
  • Create New...