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A: Yes, but they probably won’t show up on the air for a few months. Email any game suggestions to email@example.com
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There are a few different reasons we might not have answered a question:
- We were inundated with more questions than we have time to answer. If this is the case, feel free to send it in again and we will try to cover it when we get the chance.
- Your question was too simple to answer on air. James probably just answered it with an email reply. Most game suggestion questions are handled this way.
- We felt that this question was best answered through a roundtable discussion. Sometimes when this happens questions get shelved until we can get together a good panel.
- Your question was deemed inappropriate or offensive. We don’t tolerate racism, sexism, or any kind of xenophobia. If you want to get in an internet argument, look somewhere else. If this happens, you know why it happened; don’t come crying to us.
- We just missed it? Sometimes this happens. Just send it again and be sure to include “CRITICAL SUCCESS” in the title.