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1-13-2010 @ 3:50PM
I'm actually kind of glad that the drama section is gone. While I do admit to the guilty pleasure of occasionally reading about drama, people also use third-party drama articles against other people. For instance, someone has a vendetta against another person, and writes in a one sided drama post about the other person, who then has no ability to defend themselves, and possibly wasn't even aware that the drama was posted, and then ends up getting flamed, when in reality they had reasons for doing what they did too, or maybe the first person even lied about what happened. Admittedly, I've never heard of WoW Insider's drama posts being used that way, but I've heard of plenty other places that have. I'd personally rather give up the drama section than enable that kind of thing.
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