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5-04-2009 @ 10:51AM
What you need to understand is that everyone who is disagreeing with you are the selfish little kiddies (or grown adults who didn’t bother to develop common sense and brain power) who would condone this sort of crap. They’re the kind of people who would ride up Blizzard’s ass and blame Blizzard because one person in their organization made a mistake and handed out the item. It’s like a teller at a bank handing over 1000 dollars to you instead of $100. Sure it was the teller’s mistake, but you’re the selfish jerk who can’t be bothered to say, “Wait, this is wrong.” if you end up keeping the money.I really HATE people saying “Oh you would do the same thing.” Who the HELL do you people think you are? I know I would NOT. I’d be tempted, but I’d know the difference and the fact is I WOULD put in a ticket if the damn item said “CHEATER” on it. Hell, I’ve been playing the game long enough that stuff like that would be a huge RED ALERT to me. These aren’t some stupid little bugs that get fixed and no one gets banned over for.. The guy abused an item and then took the angle of, “It was in good fun, I didn’t mean any harm.” Maybe deep down he didn’t mean any harm, but 14 times?! He didn’t mean harm when he used it 14 different times?
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