To whom it may concern,\n\nToday, I have decided that it is within my best interests as a professional \nto withdraw my membership from the MCNGP and resign. The reasons are many \nand some of which I will list:\n\n1. Failure of MCNGP's to "stand by their fellow MCNGP's". Now, I was \nnever expecting everyone to agree 100% of the time, but particular member's \nlack of professionalism in this matter is shocking.\n\n2. "Belittling others..." - I'm tired of this. I started of in the NG's \nhelping people after I had difficulty in the MCDST NG. What is going on \nhere is simply no longer worth my time and the opinions of people here are \nnot getting heard in a way that would be taken professionally. I would \nrather seek out better methods of deferring the usage of braindumps.\n\nHonestly those two sum it up, in general. It is my opinion that if you \nhold so much disdain for Microsoft or disagree with their testing \nprocedures, you should do something more than sit around and complain \namongst yourselves. There are are proper channels and other, more \naccredited, forums that you could be a part of. The MCNGP is, again in my \nopinion, not one of them. It is my opinion that that the MCNGP has not \ndone what it could do to properly influence the Microsoft Learning team.\n\nIn closing, I do apologize to all of the people that I have offended either \npassively or aggressively, out of hate or out of general disdain for your \nbehavior. Some of which I would like to list: lowdes, MDA, and countless \nothers. However, I do not apologize to those who have used braindumps, \ninquired to the usage of braindumps, or have promoted braindumps. I wish \nyou all the best and good luck with your endeavors to bash as many people \npossible.