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Subject: In other words, the DM is always right?

Perspective please?
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Date Posted: Tuesday, April 16, 07:26:00am
In reply to: Ridiculous expectations 's message, "I also think the DM should run away AFTER she deducts from the deposit the cost for her time." on Saturday, April 13, 12:34:38am

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I'm not sure I agree with that (if this were a BNDM under discussion the comments would be quite different), but there are three sides to each story its very hard to comment on the situation beyond "talk things out with your DM". A lot of these other replies are biased and a bit much, imho. (NT)just a dressmakerTuesday, April 16, 11:00:46am

In otherwords, the DM is an experienced tradesman and knows how to do their work. They have spent years perfecting their craft, and a customer that thinks they know more than the DM is just a headache that no DM needs. Do you question your plumber? Tell your lawyer how to do their job? No, you hire a professional and let them do their job.You need some perspecitve.Tuesday, April 16, 11:11:31am

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