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4-22-2008 @ 6:05PM
"Nope, everyone's butts are fine and dandy here. "Trolling?" Asking an interview subject for his thoughts on a commonly held viewpoint is basic journalism (and in fact, this interview was conducted before the article you mention was conceived or posted)."And Adam Holisky's PvP characters have more than 2K HKs, but those are "secret". Fine. I'll take your word for it.I still think this question was "leading" (is that better than trolling?) as there has been no proof provided that this is a commonly held viewpoint. In fact, the comments on Adam's article (the majority of the 140 of them!) go a long way to showing it as *not* commonly held but vehemently disagreed with and wildly unpopular.Maybe his article is still fresh in my mind because it's so recent, but this question jumped off of the screen at me as it relates to Adam's article.I think that discussing the questions asked is just as valid as discussing the topic itself. It's done all the time in the media.-D
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