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5-17-2008 @ 12:01PM
Whiiiiiiiiiine.It's a game, people. From the sounds of it, a lot of them were doing nothing more than being pretentious self-important jerks, or whining about how the game isn't fun or blah blah blah... :\It's a freakin' game. You don't have the authority in it that you think you do.
5-17-2008 @ 1:16PM
This Reinard clown and those like him need to go back to the WoW general forums where they belong. That crap used to not fly here at all. This place is getting more and more like WoW general every day. So to you and those like you, go away. You are not wanted here. You don't fit, you don't belong.
5-19-2008 @ 5:38AM
Druid dude said..."This Reinard clown and those like him need to go back to the WoW general forums where they belong. That crap used to not fly here at all. This place is getting more and more like WoW general every day. So to you and those like you, go away. You are not wanted here. You don't fit, you don't belong."If by not belonging you mean the ability to call a spade a spade and bring an opposing viewpoint, then I think I would rather not fit in than being just another "yes man" and blindly agree with an extremely shallow viewpoint.I love how a comment that happens to not go along with the popular opinion of the small readership of the site (no matter how mature or immature the comment may be) elicits an equal response to the contrary. The interesting thing is that somehow one response is crap and barely fit for WoW General and the other is valid and belongs, yet they are both about on equal level with each other. You can't have a discussion/debate without opposing viewpoints, no matter how immature and childish the debate devolves into.
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