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10-07-2008 @ 8:08PM
"Adam Holisky said...Greetings Vlad,We do not lift our news from MMO-Champion. BB provides an excellent site that I visit regularly. When there is something he does that I feel warrant a mention on our site, I give him credit, link to his stuff, and smile as I've helped bring great content to the community.However this news is not from anyone associated with MMO-Champion, as I'm sure BB would attest to. It comes from Blizzard "Blue" posters, who are in someway associated with the administration of the game. These posts are made usually on Blizzard's official forums (although sometimes they are made on the front page of their website as well).As such, you can see that I've linked to the official blue post. How did I find out that this blue post was made? I scan the Blizzard forums like clockwork at the top of every hour. It usually takes me about 15 minutes to go through them. I used to use services like BlueCard, however I found that they missed some important information.The comparison you're making is fundamentally flawed then. BB does not own this news. And I most certainly did not plagiarize it. Saying that MMO-Champ owns this news is like saying CNN owns all the news about the stock market collapse, and that MSNBC and FoxNews are just ripping CNN off. That's incorrect, and so are your arguments.I generally don't respond to trolls, but I thought I'd shed a little light on this matter for those interested.Nice website, btw =)- Adam"
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