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Re: Excellent management trait

By rwakeley4/12/2015 01:11Fri Dec 4 01:11:46 2015In response to Re: Excellent management trait

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Not the anedote i expected.
Just got back in from the pub and read that. Interesting development.
Disgruntled players jump ship - or pushed - either way we have to accommodate the reality.
I think it is pretty obvious I would prefer culling the herd!
I personally thought, incorrectly so, that the letting of some may allow for others to financially balance things but it would appear they may have undertook to the initiative.
Either way fine - we need a replacement marksman.
These things happen for a reason and can be difficult to absorb but can also be a blessing in disguise.
We need to focus on our primary objective which is far greater in the grand scheme of things and is still well within the capabilities of our present. let alone our future resources.

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