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12-17-2008 @ 6:03PM
12-17-2008 @ 6:08PM
I think that people don't really care, considering the avatar is just to small to really notice. If you'd make it a bit more eye catching somehow, I'm sure this would improve immediately. :) Secondly, the ogre looks fine. People need to be embarrassed when they look at their standard avatar ;)
12-17-2008 @ 7:12PM
Also, the comments system here sucks so much that it's hard to get excited about grinning cartoon ogre avatars.
12-17-2008 @ 7:29PM
So that's what it is! The small picture is kind of hard to make out. I thought it was a seal with a unicorn horn. Good to know.
12-18-2008 @ 12:43AM
I noticed. I made sure I got rid of the smiley ogre right away ;p
12-18-2008 @ 8:23AM
I don't get it. i've seen dozens of people in random articles commenting on the new icons and inquiring what and why they got changed.No idea why it's thought no one noticed.
12-18-2008 @ 8:54AM
Oh, we noticed. We just don't care.
12-18-2008 @ 9:42AM
commenting so that I can change my icon :P
12-18-2008 @ 10:28AM
Ha, I had mine changed long before the ogre appeared. I was wondering when the rest of the people would have noticed... seems like they don't care.
12-18-2008 @ 10:39AM
actually i recall lots of people commenting on it in some postcomments somewhere... but yah, i just don't really care about an avatar lol
12-18-2008 @ 10:51AM
Like others have said. Yeah, we noticed and no, we don't care. Why is this moron Schramm still employed with WI? Oh, and PLEASE get someone for the podcasts with a better on-air personality than this squeaky little twerp!
12-18-2008 @ 3:55PM
Thing is, I can't.Can't request my password from the system. Can't login.So I get to continue to enjoy my ogre and shrug.
12-23-2008 @ 9:15PM
I will be honest, I thought it was a pink dragon, lol.
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