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8-24-2009 @ 9:55PM
I love the obsessed, harping masses that vote down anyone who dares to criticize their precious Felicia Day. I've never watched this show and I'm fairly tired of reading about her in every other article.
8-25-2009 @ 4:37AM
It's about bringing relevant discussion to the table. If you're gonna trash Felicia Day just for the sake of trolling and pushing people for reaction, yeah, you'll basically be blacked out sooner than you can write "FRIST POST".You could bash the article, as several have pointed out, on the persistance of Mike's questions towards the series' financing. You could also bash "The Guild" on a lot of things actually; there is no such thing as the perfect web-series and if there is, "The Guild" is definitely not it. But, credit should be given where it's due, and it has been told a million times before me and in better ways: the secret of "The Guild"s success is it does portray MMO players from an angle never seen before: gamers are actually people! (Just like Soylent Green!)If you don't like it, just skip any posts with "felicia-day" as a tag, you can easily filter them out with Yahoo Pipes, for example. It is as easy to filter those "felicia-day" posts as it is currrently to filter out all the garbage comments in WoW.com, so it's a win-win situation for everybody!As for never having watched the show: give it a try.
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