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8-25-2009 @ 1:29PM
Hmmm where to start...Kid? I'm almost 40, so, by most definitions I'm out of "kid" stage.Troll? So trolling is now defined as disagreeing with an editorial decision? I would be to differ that interpretation. I was also fairly composed despite a very strong negative reaction to this story. I posted my thoughts on the decision. I *actually* believe what I posted so I'm thinking "troll" is on very thin ice. WOW.com is a *legitimate* wow site, this is not a legitimate wow story.If Blizzard cracks down and sues 100 private servers, that would meet the editoral standards of a legitimate site, getting point of view from an private server is not up to this criteria.So are we going to get stories on "How to Hack WOW?" "Steal goldz with this scam?" what's the difference, if the above passes muster.
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