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1-01-2010 @ 10:27AM
Ohh . . I'm glad to hear the Turpster will be back.But I will miss Mike Schramm. He was often the voice of reason and while he obviously loved the game and Blizzard, he didn't let it become some kind of blind fanboy adoration. In that way, I think he spoke for many of us. I hope Wow.com continues with that. One of the things I loved about this site right away was that while they talked about the MANY MANY good things about the game (and really, most of it IS great!!), they were not afraid to say when things weren't perfect. I think that makes this a more credible site. If they say something is great, you know it's because that's how they feel, not because the management is pushing that perspective or because of any pressure from any other source.I still love this site, but already miss Mike's voice here.
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