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1-22-2009 @ 2:58PM
I have never actually felt compelled to post before, but something in your rant struck me. You are correct, Blizzard does not have to update their content or "give out" a game like this. But, you seem a tad misguided as to why they do. It is not out of the goodness of their hearts or some amazing sense of generosity. It is because they are running a business (and a profitable one at that). By updating and "giving out" (which I might note that they certainly didn't give me the game... I paid for it) the game, they maintain their customer base. Personally, I do not get overly upset about patch bugs or the problems that arise, but to call people that don't like to see their monthly fees go down the drain "unthankful little ingrates" misses the point that this is not a free service that they are volunteering.
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