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3-15-2010 @ 5:57PM
bad mic problems, dropped calls from guests on skype, intermittent audio delays , and volume levels going up and down,Schramm hosted and produced a much better show. Wow either you give Schramm credit for how much better Wowradio produced the show or just are talking out of your tailpipe brother. When they first went to the skype call model the show was horrible Schramm failed over and over with producing it on his own for months after wowinsider left wowraido I cannot possibly be the only one that remembers that. Duncor produced a show better than what we see today but Schramm on his own was not any better than Sacco. I happen to like the new direction the show is going as I feel the hosts actually have some real knowledge about the game and don't think they need to talk about gimmicks they did when they hit level 70 or what I was doing on my Night Elf Hunter this week. These guys actually raid, know a few different classes/roles and still manage to cover the important news of the week. Does Rossi lack the personality that Turpster had? Well sure he does but Turpster is one of those one in a million types of guys that is just a kick in the tail and thats hard to replace but Rossi knows a hundred fold what Turpster did about playing a tank be it a warrior or not.. So if you don't like the show then please be my guest to not listen anymore but keep your flaming and unhelpful rant off the site here...
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