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8-09-2009 @ 2:48PM
Wait, why does anyone care?
8-09-2009 @ 3:33PM
This. Ozzy Ozborn? Really? REALLY?
Yeah really. Fronted one of the biggest, most iconic, influential musical groups ever and then did it all again solo, constantly discovering some of the most distinct and original guitar players for the world.....millions upon millions of albums sold....yeah, why would anyone care about seeing Ozzy?
8-09-2009 @ 5:18PM
I agree. The only reason I care about Blizzcon is for Starcraft (The tournament more than SC2, but SC2 is nice too). "Then why are you on a WoW Blog?". Believe me, I'd prefer not to be here either. Unfortunately, Massively.com is shoveling these WoW.com articles down our throats.
8-09-2009 @ 5:58PM
Personally, I don't think I've ever heard anything by Ozzy. I'm also not going to Blizzcon to have my ears blown out by some has-been rock star that can barely put a sentence together anymore due to the years of drug use that has destroyed his brain.
8-09-2009 @ 11:08PM
None of you have to care, no. But rest assured that some people do. This piece of news is for them. If you're not going to BlizzCon, why does it matter to you? Why bother to comment? If you're headed to BlizzCon, you don't have to watch the show. I'm sure there are plenty of other things to do for you then.You can choose not to care, but really, you can't deny a man his legacy. Osbourne fronted one of the most influential metal bands in history and sold millions of albums as a solo artist. Say what you will, but the man has accomplished a good lot.What have YOU done? What was that? Nothing? Move along, then.
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