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7-21-2008 @ 12:38PM
Most stay at home parents who play wow neglect their children. It's sad, but I've seen it happen on more than one occasion.
7-21-2008 @ 12:56PM
I highly doubt "most" stay-at-home parents who play WoW neglect their children. We might think so because you only hear about it when a parent does neglect; you don't hear about all the WoW-playing parents that really take good care of their children.
7-21-2008 @ 1:01PM
"Most stay at home parents who play wow neglect their children."..."80% of internet statistics are made up on the spot"LOLOLOK, both sides could have done better. /agreedI learn from my mistakes: Don't be so vague. Don't ask strangers for their advice. Don't feed the raccoons. Ooh... Don't feed the trolls. Don't forget the toilet paper when you go camping....There are no hard feelings here. I think Mark misconstrued the intent of my question and wrote the article with a very clear bias... but that's his right to do so. I could have possibly written my question in a way that wasn't so... vague, I suppose. In my defense, I wrote the question about 15 times before it sounded right in an attempt to get some useful answers. Either way, I'm not too thrilled with the way it was responded to but when you ask a question you have to be prepared to get an answer you may not like or agree with.
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