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3-13-2009 @ 12:13PM
I'm less concerned about Blizz deciding whether there are vanilla WoW servers and more concerned about the tone of the writer of this column. Honestly, we can't discuss anything about vanilla WoW realms? Period? Ever? We should just shut up?Ok then, why doesn't WoWInsider put up a sign saying "Shill for Blizzard". Blizz runs forums. People talk. Blizz can take down any post they like, but it is against the whole principle of free speech (of any kind) for you as a columnist here to tell people "No. Never. Don't say that!" How about some honest discussions instead of the writers increasingly telling us to stop QQng and start going along with whatever. I pay to play. Blizzard is a business. If I want to say something stinks or it should be different, that's my right. Report the news; I'll decide what I want to say about it.
3-13-2009 @ 12:48PM
They are a blog, not a news reporting station.They want you to STFU about this so they made a blog asking you to STFU.If you don't like it go and make your own blog...but don't act all high and mighty because he pointed out that the argument is old.
3-13-2009 @ 2:17PM
LOL. I'll remember that, but I will point you to the top of the site where the word "news" is directly under the logo. Off to go make my own blog and tell people what to think and say.
3-13-2009 @ 4:58PM
MinDid you stop reading once it said News to further your argument. It also says analysis and opinion. Hmm, so I wonder which of the three this post would be filed under. I guess the logical conclusion would be News, since that's the first on the list. You are the one talking about free speech, yet when someone freely speaks there mind you jump down there throat and tell them they shouldn't be saying that?pot meet kettle
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