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7-07-2010 @ 8:50AM
You do realize that Adam Holisky has already explained to people in this threadhttp://www.wow.com/2010/07/06/blizzards-responses-on-the-real-id-situation/#continuedThat "We're not going to allow links to CMs or Blizzard employee's personal info." No point in posting Bahiok's alleged info. Which in comments previous to yours, was said to not be his at all. If that is in fact true (after all who lives 9 hrs away from their job?) a bunch of dickheads just harassed the wrong person, and for what? To prove how awful and ill behaved they can be? Even if it were the correct info, what's the point of harassing a Blizzard employee? This is the second copy pasta'd post that's been down ranked and I hope all the links (for that matter your post) are removed. The majority of people do not like this situation, and come Cataclysm, if Blizzard still insists on implementing it, I am sure forum posts will drop off. In one of the previous threads about this subject someone pointed out that the new people to the game may suffer the most. Lots of us first when to our class forums to read about what specs to do. As we played longer we discovered, or were pointed to places like MMO-Champ, EJ, etc. Bugs may go unrecorded because people don't want to post with their name flashing for all to see.
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