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10-29-2008 @ 9:04AM
It's been awesome! In before whiners.
10-29-2008 @ 9:47AM
Interesting how it's called zombie whiners and not zombies griefers. Since it's a reference of opinion that comment should have reflected a more netural stance between the two - meaning another more appropriate word should have been used. Something like "the zombie situation" or the "the number of complaints by both zombies and non-zombies."Vote it down if you want, but it's stuff like that which shows ugly bias in articles.
10-29-2008 @ 12:26PM
I was just going to say something about bias. I don't care if you liked the event or not, but why is every 9 out of 10 articles on WoW Insider the past week about how awesome the zombie event was? I mean, I understand you guys have like 50 writers, but it's been covered...to death. No pun intended. Here's an idea. Come up with an interesting, original article. We don't know 50 different people "breaking it down." For crying out loud, I think we understand it by now.
10-29-2008 @ 1:38PM
Holy Jesus, people! IT"S A GAME! And its over, the nasty world event is over. Your precious toons are safe, the servers are still up, you still smell bad and live in your parents basement, still earn just enough money to keep your subscription current and are still respected by your guildies even though you cant interact with humans face to face. You'll be okay. Unless a real situation comes across your path like an interview, a toothbrush or a girl. Then panic.
10-29-2008 @ 7:41PM
Best. Comment. Ever.
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