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6-02-2009 @ 10:49PM
Hmm, I wonder if Blizzard minds if I just pay 95% of my subscription fee? Would they keep my account active?I wonder how they feel about the people who play wow on Tuesday because it is their day off? My guess is they don't notice at all because they are counting their fat paychecks instead. Being in IT myself, I find it ridiculous, no absurd to have downtime like this, thousands of banks, gov. agencies and retailers store sensitive client information and manage nearly 100% up time.If you think it can't be avoided, think again!
6-03-2009 @ 2:41AM
I agree they take my money every month.....AND Tuesday night is my time to play....and every Tuesday they have problems. And for the last few weeks....they have problems all the time. Got shut down while trying to finish a quest......now have lost the quest and have got to start it all again. Do I get friends and family to join???? NO!!!! I have two accts. that I pay for. I can walk away. I do not need this stress in my life. I have work and family full of stress...I play for fun or so I thought! Now more stress!!!!
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