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1-01-2009 @ 5:09PM
Arrrgh at the stupidity of the kid.Kudos to Blizz for taking action. I do have friends in-game that have issues with depression, yet I don't know their personal information; I like knowing that I can contact a GM, let them know what's going on, they'll look at the logs, and contact the local police if the situation warrants. And if I were a parent... that would make me feel much more at ease, that despite media claims to the contrary, Blizz is actually looking out for their players.
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