I can't do anything to fix that, I've done all I can, AriX.
To the rest of you: Look, here's the deal. Before you go ranting on about me, I was around during the time, but I never really participated. I decided to partake after onerythym's time. I do not know the history of theAmazon before me! No one has every told me. I've been here since I got my invite right at the beginning of MacHeist, so don't judge someone by their post count: it means nothing. Because guess what? Maybe some people don't find it in their best interest to post their lives away and reach 1000 posts and feel that you've missed out on so much. I'm not trying to be rude, it's just my point of view. I post where I feel it is necessary, not where I feel like it.
I suppose that theAmazon took a sharp curve when this happened, and that happened to be the time I joined in theAmazon effort. It's made my name look very bad in some places, and sometimes, I do regret starting. I've had good times there, too, don't get me wrong, but it's all coming to an end. A very unexpected unfriendly ending. Not an ending we all planned.
I was uninformed about the histories of theAmazon, and for that case, I publicly apologize to onerythym. I think I've ran my course here at MacHeist, and I've really ruined it for myself. I congratulate the crew behind MacHeist for such a success, I know how hard it is to do this sort of thing.
If you still feel you've missed out of some details of my story there, or missing some details, do not hesitate to email me: email@example.com. When I get my blog finished, I will be posting a rather large essay on my time at theAmazon, the good and the bad, down to every detail. I won't be singling out anyone, nor will I be leaving anyone out.
( Chad Ohman )
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