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1-02-2009 @ 4:55AM
And this is new and news because...?
1-02-2009 @ 9:25AM
You know, I was going to write out a long reply to this, but then I realized that really all I wanted was to get in a Howard Beale reference, and judging by your comment history, you probably wouldn't understand it anyway.Instead, I'll just say this: you, sir, are a class A nuisance, and the internet would be a markedly better place if you left it.
1-02-2009 @ 9:48AM
It's a valid question imo. It's new and news because...?I mean this news is pretty old. Research, data, statistics and whatnot concerning workplace, employees and games have been all over the internet for a very long time now.And wowinsider is posting it just now...?Old news, really...
1-02-2009 @ 2:02PM
WowInsider is a blog. Not a news site. They post things that interest them and comment on it, much like any other blog. Sometimes the things that interest them happen to ALSO be news. A lot of times, the news is interesting and the authors here want to comment on it. Nowhere does it say, however, that they are required to post breaking news. It's a blog and should be treated as such. Which is why that other guy called you a nuisance. Because there are thousands of good comments available to be made and you have to make one like "this is old news." which happens, in this case, to be irrelevant. Capice?
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