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2-26-2008 @ 11:23AM
I would NEVER refer to my CHILD by his name in WoW. Letting your kids play WoW because you're weird and obsessed is one thing, but calling him by his in-game name is weirder.I guess it's probably just in the context of the interview and the person doesn't wanna spout their kid's name out on the internet, so hopefully they aren't calling 'Zeshon' to finish his Kara raid and come down for dinner.
2-26-2008 @ 12:30PM
That would be pretty funny. I suspect, however, they didn't want to use real names in the interview. Not sharing real life information on the internet is another thing kids need to learn real quick.
2-26-2008 @ 12:32PM
Also, how did you get the idea that they let him play because they're "weird and obsessed." The point of the article was that he wants to so they supervise him. It's not like they're forcing him to farm gold for them or something.
2-26-2008 @ 12:55PM
No, I'm just saying I think it's weird when parents let their kids play WoW. I guess as long as they regulate play time it's ok, but I still find it strange.
2-26-2008 @ 12:58PM
Correction, when their parents play WoW and so do their kids. That's what I think is weird.
2-26-2008 @ 12:59PM
You find it strange that parents let their children play videogames? O.o
2-27-2008 @ 3:32PM
All the while imax is trolling the wowinsider blogs...personally i think this is great, im sure they dont want to say the kids full name on the net, hell im not sure id want them sayin my name and im 20...either way my gf and i play wow, and if my kid wants to play a mmo with me...am i going to tell him no? gimme a break, good way to spend time together and his parents seems to make him play more than wow, do outside activities as well.
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