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8-13-2008 @ 5:03PM
I don't think anyone should blame blizzard for their site going down. There was obviously a lot more fanatical interest this year than last year, when it took 3 days to sell out. I think that the fact that we went something like 7 hours with NO communication, even the 30 minute updates stopping, was just screwed up. And I think if this many people want to go, they need to get their act together and sell more tickets, through a reliable source.I was planning on going with a friend and meeting up with my GF while we were there. Unfortunately, all of our tickets were nabbed just before clicking "confirm" in the buying page.
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