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11-28-2007 @ 2:56PM
I'm going to be perfectly honest here and bash the author for this kind of slanderous journalism. Please correct me if I'm missing something but the link from the article above:http://i235.photobucket.com/albums/ee241/Eviim/gmthoughts3.jpgdoes NOT state "Arena smurfs are '100% awesome!' according to Blizz" as the title of this article states. In fact, I can't infer a damn thing from that screenshot as it doesn't give evidence of anything, simply because the context is conveniently missing from that screenshot.Please try to keep your articles accurate. I don't know why people would read them otherwise. If I wanted to read tripe, I'd go to the aisle in my local grocery store.
11-28-2007 @ 7:49PM
yayo, "slanderous" doesn't mean "basing conclusions on incomplete evidence". It means "lying about someone with the specific aim of damaging their reputation". And it's verbal; when the defamatory lie is written, it's libel. Either one is a dangerous term to sling around, since both are illegal in the United States.If you really meant something other than that Zach was lying to damage someone's reputation, you'd be wise to offer a retraction and clarification.
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