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1-20-2010 @ 9:14PM
A poll would not reflect anything other than what the users who voted in it want. And the users who would vote would not represent any usable data for us, given they are a small percentage of total readership who feel strongly enough about an issue.It's the same reason why Blizzard doesn't post a poll "Do you think protection paladins have too much AoE damage output?" and change game mechanics based on the results. Only the people who feel strongly enough about it are likely to vote, and feeling strongly about an issue is a result of usually feeling negative about an issue.I've stated how we track and make decision in other threads in this post.Re: FaulkenI'm afraid that we've decided not to allow your drama-related blog to be linked here in response to our articles. While you're more than welcome to have it -- I'll probably even visit it -- the wow.com comment section is not the place to advertise your site.
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