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8-13-2008 @ 6:36PM
No, this article is not trollish at all. Seriously, there are so many reasons why they should have been more prepared for this one. As well as all the reasons already said above, another thing is that they actually announced the day the tickets were being released. That was a mistake. Last year, they didn't give an exact day of release, so people had time to go buy tickets (rather than this year when any number of people up to 11 million were sitting at their computers refreshing the page like there was no tomorrow).Since they did give a release date, they should have at least given a time, like WI said, so that people wouldn't have been crashing the server before sales even began.
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