... Some…things…grabbed my attention as I was reading through some of the front-page articles of the CPA. After being angry, feeling betrayed, and becoming speechless for some time, I decided to pour some of my freakin' thoughts right here. It's funny how some people have some others figured out, or so they THINK they have. It's stupid really. I guess the story begins when the CCGPrime's Writer's War began. I never followed it, that's the truth…I thought it was kind of superfluous actually…because Magic is a community, we can't judge anyone…or even vote in favor or against of anyone else…but "Ok...", I thought, "…if they wanna see who's a better writer, I guess it's not really that bad of an idea." After all, I didn't care much in the first place about the issue. Oh, but that's NOT what's pathetic. I’m neutral about THAT. My anger evoking issue… …I must say, I never was this insulted as a (an ex) Magic player. Two articles - CPA's front page: “Why you, casual player, should have voted for me”, by Vasco Da Gama. …and… “Why you - a casual player - should vote for Sol Malka”, by Sol Malka. GOOD ARTICLES! THE BEST. These two people, are…um…what’s the word? Sorry (not really), but I must use it: pathetic. They think they could “buy” us casual Magic players with their false charm. What’s more insulting, they both claim to be “casual”, and they don’t even KNOW what a freakin’ casual player is! Maybe both of them need to come here, we’ll teach them a lesson on what a REAL casual player is. Oh, and that’s casual? Uh, um, NO. First off (this is only the beginning), the number of cards doesn’t really decide if you’re casual or not. I own over 300 cards, I’m freakin’ casual! In fact, if we wanna talk about numbers, being casual is about having A LOT of cards. How do you play a casual game if you don’t have some older cards? No, tourney players focus on the latest cards…they don’t have enough money to keep collecting the cards, so they SELL the older cards. Pathetic. …And he thinks he knows what casual players are. We play competitive decks, better recognize! We also write and talk about that thing that HE seemed to forget…FUN. Appeal to our casual minds? The dude things he can mesmerize us by his “goofy” decks! Pathetic. Casual play isn’t about “goofy” decks, it’s about FUN, and not goofing off…it’s about ladies with attitude and fellas that are in the mood, DUDE! Funny that he refers to his “casual soul”, because he doesn’t possess it. Anyone can build a first-gear deck, and add a card that’s supposedly “casual”…but not everyone has the spirit. He thinks he can just march up here and try to spellbind us with his “casual” deck. Pathetic. There are a lot of casual players who haven’t even touched an Unglued card…like me. I’m more freakin’ casual than causality itself dang it! Pathetic. A REAL casual player can play ANYTHING and win EVERYTHING, and still be casual. A REAL casual player would have NEVER wrote something like these two articles, 'cause a casual player doesn't give a dang. These people don’t understand! Causality isn’t about where you play, how much cards you have, how much money you spend, if you play Unglued, or anything. Pathetic. A casual player is about the spirit of FUN - the real fun. How come they never showed up here before? I bet they never lurked here either...oh, they just want to “use” us in a way. Causality doesn’t just happen in an instant, like these people poorly attempted…causality is always within, deep in the spirit. It doesn’t knock your door and pay you a visit to give you votes…or to show you regressions…it’s all about fun – nothing more, and obviously, NOTHING less. I don’t understand why either of these articles were in the front page. They’re nothing about casual play…nothing about the CPA…they’re about arrogance, dejection, need, and… ... I swear, I never was so insulted as a casual player. Why is it so important anyway…who cares? Go live your life in reality…superiority in this digital world means nothing. So what you’re the best writer? Try being the best writer in real life, at least it's REAL. So what you’re the best? So what? You’re not better than me…you’re not better than any true casual Magic player who set foot in this place…you’re not better than anyone. ...they're not casual - a casual player doesn't justify... ...they're not this, and not that... ...they're pathetic. I'm sorry, they made me mad.