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9-21-2009 @ 9:12PM
This is the way I see it. People work hard for their money (irl, and I guess WoW as well), and they earn it, and they spend it on what they want. Now there are people who use technology to steal money from others, ie hackers, key-loggers, etc. Instead of working for their money, they would prefer to steal it, taking it from the people who worked for it, and giving it to themselves, who have not worked for it (sort of like Obama's plans, but thats not the point).So I challenge you tell me, in however long of a post you like, using the word "flame" as many times as you like, why botting is not considered stealing. Seriously, I am very interested on why you think taking something without working for it is not considered cheating and stealing.Oh, and another thing.... yes, you are trolling. There is a nifty little feature on WoW.com that lets you read a posters old posts. From reading them, I see you have a Warlock, Mage, Hunter, Priest, Rogue, and a Pally... not to mention that you post at least once a day on WoW.com. You also have a post on (http://www.wow.com/2009/08/08/the-colosseum-dimitrius-of-korgath/) saying how you should play as much pvp as possible, up to 100 games per week. Now all of this combined, and your saying you don't like 'hardcore' gamers?!? Think again before you post...
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