Tna out of business is what is known as a “tit-for-tat” or “tape-for-tac-toe.” Basically, a person “takes” you out of business. It’s a bit like when you put a box of ice on your car, and you want to get involved in the back-and-forth.
Tna out of business, and many people don’t have a clue what it means. If you buy something from someone you know well, you don’t want them to suddenly decide to take it away from you. But if you buy something from someone you know you won’t get involved in the back-and-forth and you can’t even explain what your next move is, then you don’t want them to take it away from you either.
We’re talking about an online game, right? I mean the developers of Tna arent really a part of the gaming industry. Their only connection with the gaming industry is the fact that they run the TNA fan site, which is about the only way they can even be in contact with the gaming industry. So I think that means that Tna is not really an online game.
So you’re not really on the list of people who want to play the game, right? But you’re not really a part of the gaming industry, so you don’t even have to tell them. You can’t even get involved in the back-and-forth, and you cant even explain what your next move is, then you dont want them to take it away from you either.
The only thing that keeps me from completely dropping the TNA fan site is the fact that you can never get your money back. The way it works is that if you do not buy a season of the TNA show on TNA.com, you are banned from the site. So because tna.com is your only way to get into the TNA fan site, I dont know sure if you can ever get your money back.
I think that’s a pretty big flaw in the fan site. Sure, you can get a refund in the case of a game that doesn’t sell out, but I’m not sure how you can get refunded for a game that is sold out but not actually sold. There’s all kinds of confusion out there.
The fansite is the best place to get refunds, they do not take any money that does not belong to them. So even if you are banned they will still get a refund.
I just saw some great news for fans of TNA. At TNA’s press conference in Atlanta yesterday, it was announced that the company is closing down the TNA.com website (which has been the source for TNA fansite news for years). Now I have not been to TNA’s website in a long time, so I dont even know what the site looked like before TNA.com closed. But I would bet that its not exactly the same. The TNA.
So much has happened to the TNA.com that it is hard to believe that it has been around for years, but it has. If you remember the first time you saw the website you were hooked. It was the best thing TNA ever had. But that was over a decade ago. The last time I visited the TNA.com website was last weekend and it had only been there a few months. The website was pretty much the same as it was when I last saw it.
I think TNA.com got a little too big for its britches, and that is where I believe that the “recession” was. TNA.com never really recovered from the dot-bomb years. The company was getting too big, too fast. It was like the TNA.com website had gotten its own little Internet bubble, and now it was blowing it up. When TNA.com finally closed up shop, it really did seem like the TNA.