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6-29-2009 @ 3:02AM
I read the conversation from the link before I read the article.From the conversation I came up with 2 of the theories presented in the article and SoL.Was I psychic? Did I unknowingly manage to steal the ideas in SoL without having read them?Nope. I'm guessing it was freaking logic.Don't act like someone coming to the exact same conclusions had to steal the ideas on your site. It's insulting to the intelligence of the readers. The article easily could have come to the conclusions without your site.Coming onto a blog that frequently causes wow lovers to crash sites with new traffic, boosts permanent readership in some sites and complaining about being linked is bad. But then acting holier than thou and effectively accusing someone of plagiarism is downright stupid.Had they not linked to your site I would not have even known about it. I was liking what I saw until I read this pissy comment of yours. So now not only have you managed to make yourself look like a donkey, but you lost a potential reader. Congrats.
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