First, I like to fly and I don't like politics so I'm not in a big outfit. Secondly ,beside a few reclusive people, everybody enjoy playing with friends or people they know; I'm sure you enjoy playing with your friends in 666 wether its on the ground or in the air. Why are you so hostile with a group of people who like to fly together. Do you get as mad when a group of DIKZ harraser comes and kill you too. Its a multipayer game, as well as a team game. As for the "air" game you spoke off. Where is it when he is not playing. Hows the air game in Emerald, in Colbalt or any other server. I'm asking because I don't know, all I heard so far is how he killed connery airgame. If anything, hover figthing killed it and the elite pilot helped with their sky busido. When the skill gap is astronomically high and wonky in a way that discourage new comer, any "game" will die out with only a salty core of veteran and a few tryhard. There may be new pilots occasionally but they never stay who would in this an enviroment when you don't see any reward unless you put tens if not hundreds of hours into practicing a certain combat style. It maybe fun for some people, but not for everyone. Don is good at what he does, regardless what other people say, he runs a competent air squad. So I like to fly with him when he invites me, makes my life much easier doing CAS if someone else is specializing in full AA for me. Would you hate him as much if he was on NC, providing air cover for tankers like you? Like how a combined arm game suppose to work. As for the "Hi John". I'm not Don. If Don meant to taunt you when he says that, thats between you and him. Something is wrong when a simple Hi becomes a triggering insult to you. I like saying Hi to people I see a lot. Ask orgemax if you don't believe me, or vato, or shadowtxr,(not bitesz, because he snapped at me for saying Hi once) Its a game, its nice to be able to pass a Hi to a person you see a lot. If you're not salty then hit me up since I enjoy gunning for tank/lib whenever I play on NC. Or not, thats up to you.