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2-14-2008 @ 11:38PM
George,In the timeless words of Walter Sobcek: "Caaaalm doooooown. You're being very Un-Dude."All I said was that I like Brian's style over BRK's style, and I tried to be specific about why, because I thought you were interested in additional details. I did say he was "over-rated" earlier, but you're right: the purpose of his column and the purpose of this column are two totally different things. My bad. "Apples and oranges," anyone?As for "rejection," I didn't actually apply, and I never said that I did. My point was that you never know who's actually tried, in the past, to meet the challenge you issued in your post - that is, writing for one's self when he/she disagrees with a semi-professional writer or Blogger. Additionally, why are you assuming that my comments are based solely on jealousy? As I said, I just don't like BRK's style as much as Brian's. It's a matter of personal preference, and in a way, it also reflects my preference for regular PvE gameage (not a real word, I know), rather than focusing on "endgame" content, which BRK seems to do often.Finally, why do you have to get so personal? I'm not illiterate. If you scroll down a little you'll see that I did actually catch Brian's synopsis of the new featured column; I just happened to have missed it on my first reading. (If you're really meticulous, you can also compare the times, and see that I caught myself before you referred to "reading comprehension" above.)Not all of us are looking to argue or to berate the authors.
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