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3-29-2006 @ 3:38PM
Uh...okay? Doesn't make a whole lot of sense but it's a nice gesture I suppose. I feel REALLY bad for Blizzard sometimes. They have an obligation to provide a game and a certain level of service because everyone is paying them $15 a month to deliver that. Unfortunately, a lot of people feel like that gives them the right to piss and moan and complain all the time. And I guess that's the real kicker here. Does the fact that you're paying for a service give you the right to complain and complain and complain some more? It's an odd dilemma because it puts Blizzard in the awkward position of having to just suck it up. They're not really in the business of just banning people for constant bickering, so what's a company to do. I don't have any solid answers. I'm just trying to start a discussion on the topic. Anyway, nuff said. Talk amongst yourselves.
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