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10-24-2007 @ 6:50PM
I don't want to be rude--but the above described situation is frightening, and the best you can close with is complaints that a journalist who isn't nerdy enough to play an online game didn't describe WoW correctly? Who cares if they got it wrong? Insisting that someone be an expert in WoW before they can be qualified to write about it for some local newspaper seems preposterous in the face of someone willing to travel to another country to continue a deception.You've essentially trivialized any worthwhile topic you might have had about the need to protect ones personal identity, especially the identity of minors online. GG
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