Originally Posted by Lord Seth
See, and that's exactly what I said is the wrong thing to do. Don't blame the entire charity for a decision that was probably made by just a few higher-ups. I doubt the people that are actually working in the field (who should be applauded for their work) had anything to do with the decision.
Also, of course, wishing ill on someone's organization is hardly the way to get them to take your complaint seriously.
I don't expect them to take it seriously. Nor any of our complaints seriously, really. After all, we're the evil tainted ones with our dirty D&D money.
And I will indeed wish ill will on their entire organization. I don't trust a single person who works for it, let alone the higher-ups. If you don't like it, that's really just too bad.