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3-22-2011 @ 2:44AM
@ Amaxe:The problem I have isn't those that read the site to see if anything has changed. Thats all fine and well. If it causes you to come back, that is awesome. If it doesn't thats also cool. The problem is when these "Quitters" read these sites and after "quitting" post negative comments bashing or trying to force others to see their point of view. There's no justification for that kind of negativity. You say you like the community? That is something I understand well. A friend I made through WoW, quit the game aspect of WoW but keeps subbing just to keep pace and chat in gchat every now and again. I took a break or rather quit during the first half of WotLK due to burnout but I read up on things like you do. I posted my thoughts about things, but in a clear and positive way. When something came out that made me miss the game enough i came back. Anyways the point I was making was aimed at brandie. All negative thoughts in the posts and I hate having to shovel past useless posts to find the constructive or entertaining ones.
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