In the diligence of safety, and the following of protocol; as the Christian meandering of faith does necessitate, the furtherance of my actions as seemingly interpreted to be disposed as unwarranted to propriety, and even blameworthy of arrogance, must be addressed.
In a game with the subjects noted, April 25th, "ASAP" with the start of his name, PBR, of which acronym I won't allow myself to speak, "ASAP" noted that he couldn't move -- or something of this notion -- and the game was forced to not only pause for a length of time, but to be SAVED, and then loaded at a later time, which was about 3 minutes afterward.
At the end of the game, after the saved game was loaded, I stated dismissal to the idea that the game should have been saved and loaded with effort to begin with since "ASAP" seemingly (I was right next to him, he was my ally), was unable to build for about 40 seconds and was way behind. Perhaps I was the only one present, besides "ASAP" to notice this, and I said "Why did we even save and load this game when 12 didn't even build?" It was taken the wrong way, as though I was blaming him for lack of intelligence or lack of ability, and ruining the game based upon a lack of appropriation of brain power, rather than the incidental cause of the statement, (if I noticed correctly,) that "ASAP" was so far behind that he was unable to move for 40 seconds while he was figuring out what was wrong; and how to save game, etc..., that it was errant to the notion that the game was worthy of being assumed from its last saved state. I wasn't blaming anyone, and I state this message in resolve of that inundation of thoughts. I wasn't mad at all, and I immediately left chat because I simply didn't want to play any longer. I usually don't dismiss myself with a salutation.