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5-31-2009 @ 2:56PM
I don’t think folks understand just how much trouble this person may be in. There are precedents here for legal recourse, further “she” (if in fact she is telling the truth about her gender this time) can pretty much kiss her Blizzard position goodbye, and it may even blackball here in the industry.You can dress it up all you like with romantic notions of the Dread Pirate Roberts. The bottom line is people were lied to, a employees non-disclosure agreement was more than likely violated, and god knows what else.I am afraid this will all end badly.
5-31-2009 @ 3:04PM
And I think they're ready to deal with that. Why else would they post publicly about it?They came out and are ready to deal with whatever they have to deal with. And if it does end up badly, then they seem prepared to deal. All I do know is, people freaking out about it is pretty much the definition of "idiotic."
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