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10-03-2007 @ 9:04PM
So here's my theory: Most of the "people" that "write in" to BRK are just BRK himself. That is, he writes fake letters. Whenever I read one, I feel like it was written by the same author. The style, tone, and content of the letters is always similar and screams fake to me. Take for example, "I'm not a total noob; I understand my class fairly well, I can manage my pet, we make a good team. But the two of us have very little group experience." Way to lay out a hunter player template. Hopefully you'll get a lot of hunters to identify with this guy, right? Or even worse, "Is there some quick get-up-to-speed briefing online..." Could this guy be leading him any more blatantly? I mean sure, he's obviously going to have questions, but I feel like I'm reading the script to a cheesy infomercial - BRK as host.And what was with that BigRedBoar (or something similar) guy that used to always comment on BRK articles? I think he was usually criticizing BRK. Again, it sounded like something BRK himself would write. Talk about schizophrenic.I really wouldn't usually post something like this, but I've noticed it EVERY time I read a BRK article. Maybe this is a common practice that column writers use, but if you're going to cheat, at least do it well!
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