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2-13-2009 @ 3:39PM
All the conspiracy theories are really funny, maybe one of them is even true, but seriously I think the likeliest explanation is that the guy/girl named their character eharmony and thought it would be funny to spam that.I mean, if you were a business and went through the trouble of buying a WoW account to do some shoddy advertising (which doesn't even include a link of any sort, what advertiser would do that?), would you go through the trouble of queueing up for WSG where you could advertise to 9 other people at most? Or ... would you just sit in a main city and go through Trade chat where you can reach tons of people in one shot? ¯\(o_º)/¯
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