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12-12-2009 @ 11:45PM
This post, WoW.com is run by fanboys. That's not a problem - it's a necessary requisite for a news site about WoW. I understand that.But here's the thing: - you don't post WHAT the legitimate concerns the community has are, not doing so implies there aren't any- you imply heavily that ALL negative criticism is trollish- "if you don't like it, don't play" is too narrow-minded a position for such a benevolent company like Blizzard to take- Ghostcrawler is a prima donna and too insensitive and he should stop posting all together, he causes more harm than goodThat last one isn't opinion, it's fact. There shouldn't be a problem pointing it out. When he posts, it's to talk down to the community. For holding us in such high respect and for desiring to give us the best possible game, he's a real jerk about wanting us all to love him.WoW.com should not so blatently shell out to Blizzard. Report objectively or not at all. Why don't you TRY to post what the "trolls" so-called legitimate concerns are? You say they have some, but are ignored. Well alright WoW.com, what are they?
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