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11-05-2007 @ 7:11AM
First off, at least in my country, WoW has an age limit. The game cannot be sold to under 12s.Secondly, anyone can claim to be anyone else on the internet, I will usually assume that the intelligent mature person I am talking to is an adult. If they are using 'lol u noob u fukin tard' then I assume they are 12.Thirdly, if we want to talk about adult material in our guild chat we will, we've made it very clear that if you cannot handle adult conversational topics then you have no business being in our guild.And lastly, stop trying to sanitise the internet 'for the children'. Yes, adults do have to take a certain amount of wisdom in thinking about whether the person they are exchanging comments about blowjobs with is an adult, but I think demanding in depth personal information (drivers licenses) is bang out of line. I will NEVER send personal information to an internet stranger and that is in fact an extremely dangerous thing to suggest that people do.
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