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12-12-2008 @ 9:55AM
... Surely as long as time remains to pass by nostalgic articles reminiscing about old times can surely occur.TBH don't be suprised if you see this sort of thing mentioned again in 3-6 months time. It's only the breakfast topic after all. I imagine there was atleast one nostalgic thread for Blizzards birthday when the bear came(if not more than one) as well as one or two probably when we were all waiting for wrath to come, at least one before any patch that takes atleast a week longer than expected. Point is, whenever anything changes, at all, or even just before something is about to change, people will be nostalgic so don't be suprised. :)
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