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11-11-2009 @ 6:32PM
@Wyred: Heh, I must admit you're probably right in that I am stretching the analogy, but it's not like I'm suggesting Blizzard be held up for scrutiny or whatever. It just seems to me that it's the sensible thing to do to either print a response, or say you're awaiting one. I've seen it done on gaming and entertainment sites plenty of times - www.eurogamer.net I know for a fact does it.(I should probably say that I'm not suspecting Blizzard are doing anything nasty behind the scenes. Never apply to maliciousness that which could easily be explained by negligence)((I should also probably shut up, before someone thinks I'm making mountains out of molehills! I'm not, honest! The only thing that irked me was the "All we can do is await a statement by Blizzard" line.))
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