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9-21-2010 @ 4:05PM
Wow, that's a pretty weird take on my statement, Matt.First off, if it was decided that requesting more information so people can make a more informed decision must be characterized as "complaining" from this point forward, I definitely missed THAT memo. I could understand if I was saying "it does this, and it does that, and I don't like it," sure you could call THAT complaining. But when I'm asking "will it do this? will it do that? how is it going to work?" that's called questioning, and only someone with a dubious grasp of the language would consider it complaining.Secondly, "wait until people begin using the feature" is an incredibly stupid response when my entire point is that there's a lot more that people will want to know about how it works BEFORE they subscribe. "Let them all subscribe FIRST, and maybe they'll have buyer's remorse, and maybe not" is just not a very intelligent approach to making any purchase decision.Thirdly, "waste your energy"? Valid discussion of the merits of an available product or service is "wasted energy"? So you'd have us all just shut up and subscribe like good little consumers? I can't tell whether you're an Activision shareholder, or just a guy in a foul mood.
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