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7-06-2010 @ 1:38PM
I log into and participate in a few...umm, several forums. Everything from TDR to lol-cats to Yellowbullet.com is graced occasionally by my presence. One common thread; NOT A SINGLE forum requires personally identifiable information. Not my local newspaper, CNN.com, Tripadvisor...you get the gist. LMMFAO :) Go to YellowBullet.com sometime if you are a racing fan, its motto is 'Where the weak are killed and eaten". Follow the rules, post in the nube thread first, watch what you say, and you'll learn more about performance and racing than you ever dreamed. Expose your idiocy and expect to be devoured. Did I mention it is unmoderated? Totally, completely. Survival of the fittest. Ever posted on ElitistJerks? Same way. Don't be an idiot. Think before you speak.Why do I find it hard to believe that Blizzard is the single, sole, free-standing, solo and ONLY forum that finds trolling to be so over-the-top and out-of-control that the only method of reining in the chaos is to expose personal information.
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