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2-09-2009 @ 10:38AM
A patch to fix a patch to fix a patch...
2-09-2009 @ 10:44AM
It's called programming. Nothing is without fault, cut Blizz some slack.
2-09-2009 @ 12:28PM
i laughed at the morons who downvoted this guy....Sure, he can take his qqing elsewhere, but he is right. This has been a patch to fix a patch to fix a patch. As crying as it sounds, he is only right.But i guess on wow insider, there is no moderation of the comments and anyone who posts first or isn't wooing like a star struck lamb under a hypnotic spell towards the editors, gets auto downvoted.
2-09-2009 @ 12:47PM
It's down voted because the guy really has nothing constructive to say. It is your typical drive by internet tough guy snipe.First replyer is correct. This is software...it will have bugs...it will be patched. If you are too stupid to figure that out and complain when Blizz tries to fix things, then maybe you need to get some rope and do me a favor.
2-09-2009 @ 1:30PM
Yes, because reading these patch notes, the only thing in here is fixing a small amount of bugs that came in the last patch, nothing else at all here nope. If you'll excuse me, I'm gonna go enjoy my slightly different Arcane Mage and run about without having to cast Inner Fire like crazy on my Priest. Not like anything changed there, nope.
2-09-2009 @ 3:49PM
"It's down voted because the guy really has nothing constructive to say."It's called a joke. Really guy, lighten up
2-09-2009 @ 4:39PM
patch 1 (pach)n....8. Computer Science: A piece of code added to software in order to fix a problem, especially as a temporary correction between two releases.v. patched, patch·ing, patch·es
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