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6-29-2009 @ 2:00PM
Kintamago:I appreciate your post but you have a gigantic hole in what you are saying:#1 - The information on the DB website about Pwnboxer was created by the actual admins, therefore there is no reason to believe they are true. Again, just because somebody creates a forum post on the Internet saying something is true, does not make it true.#2 - I checked Wowwiki and Pwnboxer is in fact supporting the Wowwiki website by paying the Wowwiki company for advertising. Pwnboxer is not violating any rules, it appears that Pwnboxer actually has a business relationship to support Wowwiki financially.In fact, now that you pointed me out about Wowwiki, this makes the Pwnboxer guy even more of a respectable figure. He is going out of his way to support the Wowwiki website financially, which in turn enables Wowwiki to pay their bills and support more WoW players.Notice a trend here? Pwnboxer/Multiboxing guy is: --- Supporting the community with a LOT of educational live multiboxing videos.--- Supporting the community by financially support Wowwiki so Wowwiki can continue their website. He does this by paying for banner promotional space.--- Supporting the community by answering a LOT of WoW general questions on his forums--- This guy was the CEO of Wowhead.com !!! That is one of the most supportive websites that existed.Also note, you cannot go to the dualboxing.com website to discuss this, because if you say anything positive about this guy, they immediately ban you. I know, I mentioned how I use the program there and got immediately banned. I did some checking and found that others are getting banned.Bottom line here is that all of the actions that Multiboxing.tv website and the operator are showing is that he is supporting the community in multiple ways.
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