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8-13-2008 @ 5:39PM
Oki...let me see...Yes there is going to be people blogging ABOUT the event, lets say 8 hours after the event. Id for one would LIKE to know and see what happens WHEN it happens. Call me wierd but I like to get news when it is still news and not someone elses views on whats said.That is what a blog is, someones view on whats said. otherwise its called a transcript and I am sure there wont be any transcripts from the Blizzcon.Tell you what...lets NOT have free live stream from the next WWI where thats going to be and watch the americans QQ over how its not hold in United States same as they did this time it was WWI.Yeah, I read the boards where they say how its bad of Blizzard NOT to have the WWI in America on the East Coast. as if WWI does not stand for World Wide Invidational.Next issue, business times...WWI tickes where opened when...? Not at business hours in aurope at least. I believe I got my tickets at 4pm swedish time and I was there about 5 minutes after it opened...So yeah, lets not call kid ourselves, Blizzard is a American friendly company that takes care of their own citizens and forgets that actually majority of its players are...*gasp*...non-americans...
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