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8-07-2010 @ 12:26PM
Typical douchenozzle responses here. What I'm disheartened to see is that despite this guy's dedication and hard work in order to play WoW on the road all you can think about is how funny of a joke you can make about it. Can't you just say "fuckin awesome work man!" and not try and belittle his job? I don't care about how politically correct he should or should not be, that's not the point of this article, nor the point of his job. No shit there are preconceived notions about any job. If, say, you worked in an insurance company, would it be awesome to hear that as soon as you just helped some poor family get a bunch of money on a settlement, some asshole said "Every insurance company worker is a thief and jerkoff because all they do is screw the common people out of their money"?Grow the fuck up. I'm sure there are stereotypes about your job you don't want thrown in your face as soon as you do something cool and try and break the norm.And OT: Fuckin awesome job man, I'm working in China atm with possibly the world's worst internet. I've been trying to talk to the IT department here about configuring the net for WoW, but none of them speak English and it seems pretty weak to make them go to all that trouble just so I can play a game. I'll play again when I get a chance :) In the meantime sites like wow.com and mmo champ help me stay up to date.
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