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6-22-2007 @ 1:18PM
Whatever. His arguments are fine for the Facebook and Myspace references he uses - but WoW is not a social networking site, it is a game. Games have to have rules in order to be enjoyed - and some of those rules have to be sacrosanct. When the rules are broken by a few it ruins the game for everyone - just like the annoying kid down the street who arbitrarily redefined the rules during play to always keep himself ahead. Gold sellers and buyers are cheating the game - and the resulting problems they cause with the economy affect everyone. I hardly see how cheaters help perpetuate the survival of any game.
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