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"Reviving" Pirates of the Caribbean Online (POTCO)

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  • "Reviving" Pirates of the Caribbean Online (POTCO)

    Good day and "ahoy."

    On July 29, 2012, dedicated players of the virtual online game, "Pirates of the Caribbean Online" (POTCO), have organized letters and a movement of concern towards Disney/Disney Interactive Media Group (DIMG).

    To date, no official response has been received from Disney/DIMG decision-makers despite some 2,600 signatures acquired from concerned POTCO players (subscriber and non-subscriber members).


    Would it be possible for myself to suggest that everyone here support this "reviving" of POTCO? If support is granted, I suggest that everyone also consider help spread the word so as to assure that this virtual online game will be available for both adult and younger generations alike?

    For more information, please visit the following URL link which will direct you to the area to where you may publicly show your support:

    http://petition.revivepotco.org/support

    I appreciate everyone's time as well as possible support towards this important cause. Thank you.

    Sincerely,

    Shamus The Brute
    http://revivepotco.org/

    p.s. As the saying goes, "It's a pirate's life for me!"

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