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7-21-2009 @ 2:17PM
Kittian,in real life I agree with you.But in WoW, they are seeking special treatment.The rules are simple, no guilds for or against political, preference, or religious organizations and groups.If I were to start a guild that only allowed mean and broadcasted that with our guild name, The He Man Woman Haters Club ( gotta love the Little Rascals ) then Blizzard would step in and force a change. In my opinion, the politics of the real world have no place in the World of Warcraft. It is a place we pay to go to in order to escape the hassles of the real world.That being said, there is some vile and evil things being said in trade chat and Blizzard should be held accountable for not policing the public chat channels better than they are. If they can get some guy for talking about bombing airplanes as quickly as they did, then they can get those spewing their hate messages as well.
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