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1-21-2010 @ 8:54AM
I wonder why a post of mine was deleted and the one above me? There was no name-calling in it, I tried to voice my concern and now it's suddenly gone? I guess that's one way to avoid any discussion about it: not allowing other people (in this case two first time posters) to even enter the discussion. That way you can easily sustain that only a small minority wants the drama section back.I'll try to voice my concern again in another form, maybe that will work better: As I tried to explain in my previous comment I'm wondering why the writers of WoW.com all of a sudden changed their mind about their own column. I'm especially dumbfounded by the way people are treated who ask for the drama section to return. We did not invent the drama section, we just enjoyed it and want it back. And now all of a sudden we're treated like we are the worst scum of the universe for even admitting to like that section.
1-21-2010 @ 9:33AM
Well Aece I guess we really touched a nerve.Two first time posters with genuine feedback to provide, both deleted.I had no idea I was so seditious...
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