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11-07-2006 @ 1:17PM
Heh. I think these guys have a healthier approach to the GAME than most of these other folks who are saying "Those are the rules - if you don't like them don't play". I can't escape the feeling that most who say that would do the same given the opportunity and are a little bitter they didn't get the chance.I also applaud them for taking responsibility for their actions.Frankly, there are huge swatches of this game that aren't available to casual players, and I already have one full-time job, thanks, and it pays me good money, instead of the other way around. I play WoW for fun, and when it stops being fun, I'll find a way to make it fun, and if that means I get kicked out of the game....well, so what? It's ultimately just a pretty silly game.
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