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2-12-2009 @ 3:01PM
I am going to be leaving WoW soon too...feel free to report this.
2-12-2009 @ 4:47PM
Sure, as soon as anyone gives a rat's ass who you are. At the moment, though, you're just a whiny loser, and no one cares.To quote Denis Leary: "Life's hard, get a helmet. Shut the fuck up. Next!"
2-12-2009 @ 5:23PM
@LileneYou obviously care enough to respond, so...I'm not sure how my saying I am leaving WoW soon makes me a "whiny loser" when it's just a statement of fact. Also, I don't think your quote applies but feel free to explain it to me.
2-12-2009 @ 8:16PM
Bret Favre just announced his retirement from the NFL. Is anyone going to care if I say that I don't plan to go to pro football games anymore? Both are "statement of facts". So, yes, you're being a bit attention-whorish. One could argue whether Tigole was a force for good or bad in WoW, but his impact was far greater than that of any of us. Unless you're secretly a developer, that is.
2-12-2009 @ 10:39PM
@jbodarI think you are reading way too much into my statement and trying a little too hard to make it negative. And yes, if you played pro football and announced that you were quitting I am sure people would care...even if it were only your friends and family. This article just happened to pop up the same day I told my guild (which included RL friends) that I am quitting.Sorry if you felt this was somehow an attack on "Tigole".
2-13-2009 @ 1:33AM
I'm pretty sure both those replies were really just long ways of saying no one gives a damn.
2-13-2009 @ 5:24AM
I think it was "feel free to report this" part that set off the "center of the universe" detector, but hey, whatever. Maybe we'll see you again in "World of Warcraft 2: The Search For More Money" ;)
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