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10-22-2009 @ 6:06PM
fun fun. Excited. I think the setup kind of caters to the ill-informed, though. Twitter doesn't seem like the staging point of the in-the-know warcraft army. I'm expecting a lot of questions answered that all of us who actually follow things already know the answers to, as well as silly "look mom, I'm on TV" variety pointlessness.Hoping I'm shocked at a wealth of new info and insight, rather than a coerced re-hash of already available info and trite class / faction / race statements.I have my coffee and am ready to read far too much into all statements made. hehe.
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