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7-07-2010 @ 9:12AM
I think in here we have a good point to make, whether or not that's his real information. Whoever this other person is had to have received a ton of very angry calls yesterday at the very least. Can you imagine?! Totally not his fault, too!Now how much of a stretch would it be for anyone else to be a victim of mistaken identity and have their home flooded with angry and obscene phone calls during dinnertime because some jackhole used your first and last name on the Blizzard forums? I'd say it's about as much fun as the mistaken calls from debt collectors that I get because of the folks who used to have our number (and still give it out five years later).
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