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2-02-2008 @ 8:27PM
Was it really necessary to have "what some 12 year old thinks of his helmet", wouldn't "what someone thinks of his helmet" be just as fine, and prove the same point? It was quite ageist, please, refrain from saying things like that unless it's absolutely essential. Concerning WoW, a mature 12 year olds opinion is just as valid as a mature 26 year olds opinion, why the prejudice?
2-02-2008 @ 8:38PM
Ageist? You've got to be kidding me. If you're a twelve year old that's mature good job, but the majority of twelve year olds are immature. For a majority of people age=experience, therefore the older you are, the more experienced and the more mature. This doesn't apply to everyone as there are always special cases, but those cases are few and far between.
2-02-2008 @ 8:51PM
Haha - don't be so silly.
2-02-2008 @ 11:23PM
Sorry, but the number of 12 year olds that can provide insightful commentary and analysis, is much smaller then the number of 26 year olds who can.When you get older you will realise you knew a lot less then you thought you did.
2-08-2008 @ 5:36PM
Actually, I speak on behalf of the WoW-Instanc-Boss-Helmet-Admiring Community and I have to say that I am very disappointed at this egregious display of anti-helmet admiring bigotry. Once again we have here another example of this mindless hatred towards people who love to play WoW simply for the opportunity that it provides to admire the helmets of instance bosses. But on behalf of my community, I can say with steadfast assurance: "We will overcome... we will overcome...."
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