I think people that feel "bullied or abused" in WoW, for being kicked out of LFR or asked to contribute need to grow thick skin. As I have previously explained and proven, its just a victims mentality. You aren't a victim. You're just trying to play one in that regard. As you have said to me over and over for feeling disrespected by slackers, they should probably step back from the game and stop taking it so seriously. If you feel bullied in WoW because someone asked you to stop being AFK or do better than Auto Attack DPS, and you feel bullied, you need to stop being so serious about the game. Especially since its an insult to REAL cases involving bullying and abuse.
I haven't once asked that everyone play at full potential. Stop putting words in my mouth.
Why can't I set a standard for people I play with? Has Blizzard made that rule, or are you just projecting your own desires and implying something that doesn't exist? Contribute, don't troll, be nice, be friendly, have fun. Are standards I have for people that volunteer to be in groups with others.
Here is a great example. AGAIN, SPORTS. When you click to join LFR, its the same as joining an optimist league, or a high school sports team. You can't choose your team, you aren't forming the group per say. If someone decides to join that team, just like with LFR, you join a random group of people that you should 100% try to respect. Of course joining a basketball team won't get you 4 other people that are as gifted as Michael Jordan, but its certainly reasonable to be upset if one of your team mates is just talking to the crowd, picking his nose, walking instead of hustling, not paying attention, coming to the game unprepared.. etc etc etc.
The goal of LFR is to kill a boss and get loot. The fact that its random doesn't change a thing. I also haven't seen Blizzard endorse AFKers, or slacking in any way, shape, or form.