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8-04-2010 @ 1:14AM
"After a father posted about canceling his son's account because of the general and trade chats on the Moon Guard server"Mmm, Because parents monitor there children like a hawk? Sif! Parents buy games and such to keep the kids off there back while they smoke a cigar and attend to the home brew in the garage.I'm thinking this guy finally had enough of taking it in the rear from a gnome and rather then admit to being a lonely sex deprived balding has been living in the suburbs he took the less embarassing approach.Or maybe I've just gone to far here, Either way I am amused!Good to see they are cleaning this behaviour up though, Good job Blizz.
8-04-2010 @ 3:47AM
sorry Pat but not everyone is like you in this world, some people do actually have friends, spouses and children
8-04-2010 @ 9:05AM
I know parents who play *with* their children -- and yes, even though WoW is rated for 12 & up, the parents felt their guild & the game were safe enough to allow their 9 & 10 year olds to play while the parents were on. And said father got very irate when a random eRP troll tried to solicit his son in private whispers.Blizz is cracking down, finally. Good.
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