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1-01-2009 @ 11:41PM
Within my office, nearly all of the smartest folks who architect applications for the entire company (which means they design software that drives systems with which 99% of you reading this have interacted) play WoW. Nearly all of the worthless losers who can't be counted on to do anything without constant direct supervision do so as well.People play WoW because they're getting something out of it; what they're getting varies. The bottom line to me is, whether or not somebody plays WoW is meaningless in terms of whether or not they'd be good at most jobs. There are exceptions; most of them on Blizzard's Careers page.
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