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1-06-2009 @ 6:44AM
@ BobYou do realize that before the Nazi's put the swastika all over their uniforms and flags and attempted to "purify" the world, it was actually a symbol of peace?So a bald eagle with a swaztika would be a peaceful american bird thing :Si would also like to add that u have all gotten off topic. i cant speculate the deeper reasons why the chinese government don't want pandaren in the game cos im not a chinese government official. its my opinion that blizz should do whatever they see as the best action for their business and if keeping the pandaren out keeps the million or more chinese players playing its the best decision they could make from a business stand point.and from a game point of view, regardless of whether they are added or not, i will still play and so will most of the current 11mil subscribers.my opinion and u r all welcome to opinionate my opinion, rage rage rage rage rage rage rage rage rage rage. let it loose
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