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1-23-2010 @ 6:48PM
I think some of you are underestimating how long it takes to hire someone for what is a corporate position. Even after applications are no longer accepted it can take MONTHS in some instances for the companies to hire someone. In the meantime the work still needs to get done so someone already working on the site is a no-brainer. Instead of assuming they haven't hired anyone who has applied why don't we take a step back and chill. Last time there were new hires there was a post introducing them. I would think they would do the same thing this time but if I'm mistaken I'm sure someone will let me know. So, again, chill and don't always assume the worst.
1-23-2010 @ 6:53PM
They haven't hired any new holy paladin columnist. It's Chase Christian. You can listen to the WoW Insider show for confirmation. He didn't say it would be a shared column or that he'd be working with anyone.They DID confirm that for the OTHER positions, they are in touch with the candidates and so if you didn't get contacted, you didn't get the position.So how 'bout you do your research first before you jump to the defense of these people who just wasted a LOT of people's time?
1-23-2010 @ 7:09PM
"Drop on by to see what we've got in store or check back on next Saturday to read the new holy paladin column by our own Chase Christian." - this seems like an announcement of a new hire in my own humble opinion
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