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8-13-2008 @ 4:53PM
Actually, this happened to a less serious degree last year too. I remember the ticket sales being a bit flaky then. The difference is simply that between then and now they've announced a major expansion for WoW and started the beta for it and they've announced D3, a huge deal to some. To all of the people saying that WoWInsider shouldn't complain because this isn't people dying of hunger etc... no, it's not. But this is a WoW site. Of COURSE they'll talk about WoW here. The idea that no one should ever complain about anything unless it's vast human suffering is silly. People get annoyed at all kinds of stuff, big and little and that's perfectly fine as long as they keep it in perspective. But to come to a WoW site and then, er, complain about reading a Blizzard problem... well, do you see both the irony and the hypocrisy?
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