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12-09-2009 @ 12:52PM
I was about to make a similar statement. Alliance players can't show their pride without being metaphorically attacked by Horde players.A good example of this the the J!nx website. They have a system up where people can post pictures of themselves wearing the products they sell, and other people can make comments on these pictures.Go find any picture of somebody wearing an Alliance t-shirt, any picture, and look at the comments. Every one I have looked at without exception has had Horde players making comments putting the Alliance or sometimes even the person in the picture down. You don't see the Alliance being rude to the Horde players when they post their shirt pictures. The only place I've seen where Alliance have enough relative safety to show any pride is the comments in a Totemly Cool video. And on that note, throw up the A-sign! FOR THE ALLIANCE, F**K THE HORDE!!!
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