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5-31-2009 @ 4:32PM
All the people defending Ferarro don't get it. If someone misrepresents their credentials to gain credibility, then yes you do have to question the information they have given you."Her" blog was a great paladin resource? How do you know that? Do you have outside verification apart from people going "this looks like a good blog, this chick is a play tester"?The fact that Ferarro engaged in this level of deceit in order to get attention means 'she' is likely to do it again, and the next time might involve misinformation that compromises that "great resource".This is like the Wikipedia admin who claimed to be a university professor to shut down his critics but turned out to be a twenty something with no academic degree.
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