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12-13-2009 @ 1:08AM
@EZ ok I for one know that wow.com doesn't get paid by blizzard because 1) AOL signs their checks and 2) the FTC requires you to say if you're getting paid by the item or organization you're reviewing and 3) Adam would have enough money to change his name to Adam Facepalm HoliskyBut seriously, the issue here isn't don't voice your opinion it's don't be a douche bag about it by calling the lead developer and ass cramming dick fucker that eats shit for breakfast. How about Scourge strike was my goto button in my rotation and I've lost 3% dps since the change. We're lucky they even talk to the comunity. Oh and ya I work in a buisness that gets a large vocal minority. In general if you have 100 person base and 1 person writes a negative review that means 2-4 people didn't like it and if you have 1 posative review 15-20 people liked it. That is assuming you are gaining proffit and not loosing viewership. Which blizzard isn't. People are always much more likely to tell you when they don't like something rather than when they do like something. Go look at the offical forums, look how many people have said they like the new dungeon finder adn quest finder yet it's fair to say that most everyone likes it.
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