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5-17-2010 @ 11:23AM
Hi, Id like to say i quite agree with your well written post. I have few friends i would use this with, and none of my RL friends play wow or any Blizzard game (god there a boring bunch of piss heads). As to the giving out your real name, i am FIRMLY against that. With the current age of the average wow user, if they found out my real Surname (Its Shufflebotham - That the gods honest truth), many people would be immature enough to discount what i say, and snigger about my name. This HAS happened to me before so i speak from experience, trust me, this WOULD happen.Personally i see little or no point to this atm, and its time and Bandwidth that could be put to better use.PS i Also hate and loath Facebook - the cause of more 'social engineering' that any other sites put together imhoIf you need to keep in touch with your mates so badly, get em to log into vent/TS/TT - easy, quick, efficient, no security risks, and it works no matter what games you and your mate are playing.
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