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8-14-2009 @ 9:44AM
I can see why they didn't make a Blizzard Twitter account. Could you imagine all the complaints they'd have for the influx? They'd be the one source stop for complaint department, suggestions, flixing glitches, realms down, GM surveys and the like. I think we're possibly looking at server crashes for Twitter from now on, now that they're on there (ironic, wouldn't it be, that the owners of Blizz personal twitter accts not being able to log in? ROFLMAO)Get ready to see, "Too many tweets, try again later," more often now! lol (well, after all, 6+million people playing Warcraft, I'm sure some of them would find themselves creating Twitter accounts from this point on)Helpful hint to Twitter: Upgrade you hardward. You may need it!
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