All I’m going to say, April Fools or not, if you post, or think about posting a resignation due to April Fools, maybe you should actually resign.
It’s stupid, NOT funny what-so-ever, and just takes up space every-where you post it.
It’s not a game, and it’s not fun either.
Why waste the time to do it when;
a.) We know you’re not resigning, and ;
b.) We could care less about your joke that is WAY OVER-USED
ok april fools this is a joke post
Not only that but its hard to really tell if you are serious or not. Jokes are good and all but there is a time and place for that. Not for state related positions/ documents. Rockport was a great example, their Governor had declared war on Docklands as “an April fools joke” next thing you know the two states were actually at war.
Marshall got removed from being a DCJ cuz Chris recognized his resignation as official
and believe it or not, his statement actually seemed real
I didn’t get removed dumbass
No one reversed it except me.
wait you have the power to REVERSE your own resignation?
Constitutionally, that should not be allowed. This is on my judgement, not what’s REALLY the law.
You cannot reverse a resignation
Who remembers the dude who said that he was “resigning” and he wanted his job back and it went into a battle
canine didnt resign, he said “I hereby commit not resign”
April 17, 2019, 12:14pm
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