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1-16-2010 @ 3:38PM
Does anyone else think that Matthew Rossi is REEEEALLLY annoying? I can't even listen to the show anymore...
1-16-2010 @ 4:38PM
Odd that it never bothered you all the times I did the show before, but okay. What's annoying about me in particular? (I find it hard to believe i was all that important this week, when I was disconnecting every five seconds, but I'll play along.)
1-16-2010 @ 9:31PM
I think the tricky part of Rossi's contributions is that sometimes less Rossi is better than more Rossi. Rossi has tremendous insight on what it is like to tank, the world of WoW, among other subjects. I do find that "impressions" or "accents" tend to be grating. I'll try to be specific, as years in radio have left me with some perspective on this...I think Rossi is much better when he is less animated, and when is not trying to be funny. That may be hard advice to hear, but it is meant from a good place. I love the show and will continue to listen. I simply want the show to be the best it can be. For the record, this was often true of Turpster as well.
1-16-2010 @ 9:44PM
@WazzulWhat you say about Turpster is true. Yes he was extremely funny and quickwitted but he used to talk over other people A LOT. And that is just plain rude. Sometimes people think of something funny to say and just cant wait for the other person to finish, and just have to blurt out what they have to say while the other person is still talking. "Manners maketh the Man" as the old saying goes.I always used to admire Mike Shramm for the patience he showed in regards to this behaviour.
1-17-2010 @ 2:22PM
Rossi - I've been critical before and Wassul said it best. Your commentary is MUCH better than Turpsters, like Wassul said when you try to be funny it's over the top. Having said that I'm starting to like this format better than the previous. Keep it up guys.
1-19-2010 @ 9:14AM
I like the voices and accents.
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