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4-17-2009 @ 12:24AM
>Whether or not it was free was besides the point, people were getting free play time that Blizzard didn't authorize. Let me stop you right there Swurds, as you are completely and utterly wrong. Why?Because Blizzard DID authorize it. What, how you say, did Blizzard authorize it? By selling game cards that ANYBODY could use to give to others to pay for their account.It would be one thing if YPOWP ran into Wal-mart and stole a box of cards, that would indeed be a problem, but that was not the case, not at all.This is like saying my employer is stealing from Wal-Mart when they give out a batch of those Wal-Mart shopping cards as a bonus. They're not. Wal-Mart isn't getting robbed at all.So please, please, retract your words.
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