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7-17-2008 @ 6:24PM
No offense, but if you don't often play WoW any more, what does that mean for your ability to contribute as a blogger on a wow-related website? I may be thinking outside of the box here but you guys could always hire bloggers who actually are involved in the hobby still?
7-17-2008 @ 7:06PM
I do play, just for the next month I'm off because of having to fix my computer when the hard drive crashed.I figure, why spend the 15$ on WoW and not be able to play because of not having a computer when I can spend the money on fixing said computer.
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