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7-09-2010 @ 10:29AM
I thought Josh expressed a perfectly valid, if dissenting opinion. It's a shame readers can't disagree with the masses here and not get their comment blacked-out to the point of illegibility. I'm know I'm asking a lot, but it's time for WoW.com to come up with a new system for their forums. The spectrum of public opinion may have opposing sides, but one side should be no less visible than the other. Perhaps instead of voting down posts to black, they should become red, or green. Any other combination of legible text would suffice, as long as we can still read it. I just like to know what others are thinking, and would like to have an easier time reading their thoughts. Let the forum moderators deal with deleting posts of offensive nature; it's their domain, and they reserve the right to make that call. Imagine where America would be if all dissenting voices were "blacked out" to the point where they could be no longer heard? The thing that makes us great is that while we let the majority rule, we can simultaneously protect minorities.
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