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5-23-2008 @ 3:19PM
what about the flurry of comments over the posting, removing, reposting, and finally redirecting of info regarding WotLK leaks? Pink Elephant, is all I'm saying.
5-23-2008 @ 4:05PM
Seconded. Same thing happened last week, when the /gquit macro article was most commented on, but none of those comments made it to 1.Local either.With this bias against posting any criticism, 1.Local is not as interesting a column as it could be.
5-23-2008 @ 4:55PM
You have to understand, if they reposted any of the criticism, they would be validating it.As a general rule, they haven't responded to any of the negative criticism that has been posted, with the exception of a few snotty remarks from one of the more popularly criticized bloggers, and the occasional "just a blog" cop out...
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