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3-21-2010 @ 3:24PM
You know people complain about Ghostcrawler being harsh on the forums when the people on the forums are his main source of revenue. However, like Ghostcrawler, WoW.com probably realizes the trolls aren't their main source of revenue and simply don't care if they manage to drive some of them off.The bulk of the readers of WoW.com probably have never been so much as tempted to read the comments, much less comment in them. If the articles were as bad as you claimed, they'd simply stop coming back to the site.Oddly enough, there's always people like you on the blogs I read (not just WoW.com or WoW related blogs) complaining about the quality of the writing, talking about how things used to be better. I can never understand why if they're so miserable reading the blog they don't move on to find better quality writing. The local library has some classics if the blogosphere fails to provide. Alas, they keep coming back for more.
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