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11-30-2010 @ 12:52PM
I love puppies as much as the next guy, but in these troubled times, Blizz couldn't find a local food bank or shelter to help?
11-30-2010 @ 12:56PM
So.. you complain about the particular choice of charity? ...i'm sure the retrievers are crying now :(
Go read the auction again:"A Huge Thanks to the husband of one of our Orange County Volunteers, a member of the Development Team who graciously gathered signatures from his Teammates"It was (probably) done by someone inside the development team, not someone high up :p
11-30-2010 @ 1:28PM
I see it happening kinda like this:From: Super Dev Team MemberCC: The Rest of the Dev TeamSubject: Helping PuppiesHey guys, my wife works for the Retrievers' Rescue. I think it'd be really cool if we could get the dev team to sign this poster I bought from the company store, then we can auction it to make some money for 'em! Who's up to help some PUPPIES??From: SupervisorCC: Dev TeamSubject: RE: Helping PuppiesJust a reminder not to do this on company time and not to imply Blizzard endorses this organization, worthy as it is.Good luck! And uh, where do I sign?
11-30-2010 @ 1:32PM
See. Over in the Moonkin/Rag Pet post I said that someone would find a way to bitch if Blizzard donated 100% of an item to charity. Thank you for proving my point.
11-30-2010 @ 2:44PM
Truthfully I would rather donate money to animal organizations anyways. *shrug*
11-30-2010 @ 7:45PM
Man, people will complain about *anything*. I swear, if I somehow inherited several billion dollars and bought every single member of this site a new house fully furnished and wired for the ultimate WoW experience along with full maid and maintenance and gardening service, I'd get dozens of people bitching at me about the floor plans or the carpeting. Sheesh.
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