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5-02-2011 @ 2:46PM
Screw you Blizzard, this is the only super unique thing I had... I hate you.
5-02-2011 @ 3:03PM
Don't worry, Chase. I'm sure you're a special snowflake in some other way.
5-02-2011 @ 3:41PM
Somewhere a family is mourning the loss of their little girl. Somewhere a little boy, too young to understand what's happened, is learning to live without his mom and dad. Another family is starting from scratch after having all of their worldly possessions swept away.But stop the fucking presses because Chase isn't the only one with a fucking pet anymore.
5-02-2011 @ 3:53PM
Couldn't have said it better myself, (cutaia). /cheers
5-02-2011 @ 4:18PM
Because an in game pet really makes some poor family in Japan better.
5-02-2011 @ 4:26PM
No, Chase, the pet itself wont effect a Japanese family. The $10 you pay for it, combined with the $10s that others pay for theirs, very much will.
5-02-2011 @ 4:49PM
You know what ticks me off?My name's Chase.You shame our good name! You are hereby banished from Chaseland! You shall now forever be known as KEITH!But no, seriously, your miffed because 100% of the proceeds made off a totally awsome pet are going to people who were hurt or lost a loved one in the most devastating natural disaster of the century because your pet isn't as special as it once was?You are a sad, sad little "person".
5-02-2011 @ 6:00PM
I can't even say how selfish this is, how unfair, how cruel yourcomment is.You have a pet in game, grats, we all do, but asking Blizzard not todo this event just so you can suffer from your pathetic delusion thatyou're the only person with this, that's just horrible.This pet will help people in Japan, because if you had bothered toread anything about it instead of going on your selfish littletantrum, you would know that every cent that is spent on this pet isgoing to the Red Cross. This isn't like the other pets where only 50%went to charity, every penny of this is going to the families in Japanwho lost everything in this GLOBAL crises.So go ahead and cry because Blizzard isn't catering to your selfishand horrific ideals about how the world should be run.Grats sir, you are a selfish bastard./rant
5-02-2011 @ 6:01PM
Not to worry, you are special kind of special :=)
5-02-2011 @ 7:50PM
@(cutaia) Somewhere a family is mourning the loss of their little girl. Somewhere a little boy, too young to understand what's happened, is learning to live without his mom and dad. Another family is starting from scratch after having all of their worldly possessions swept away.But no one gives a fck about it, at least not until they get a pixelated reward for their generosity. Explain THAT to the little boy!I gave money to a local organization because even giving directly to the redcross means that over 40% of what you give with end up financing some fat office workers feeding paper to a copy machine.When a corporation like Blizz goes on such a campaign the real number is NEVER 100% but with a little accountant magic it is perfectly legal for them to say that 100% of the money accumulated will be given.If you really cared you would have given a long time ago but you and the others are only interested in collecting pixels.You aren't fooling anyone.
5-02-2011 @ 8:12PM
@Mr. Ed. I'm glad you know the charities I've donated to this year. I mean, golly, I'd have forgotten if some random stranger on the internet didn't want to condemn me for also buying a silly pet in a game where 100% of the proceeds go to the Red Cross. I suppose the money I've given already to Japan is entirely invalid, right? It has everything to do so I can get a pixelated pet and nothing to do with the fact that I took two years of Japanese and my favorite professor ever remains Takeda-Sensei and his love for his birth country was evident in everything he did, even when he was mocking silly customs and he lives in the US now. Of course, the fact that I bought one for myself but also bought others for friends who couldn't afford it has nothing to do with the fact that I like to support that idea of Blizzard giving 100% on things like this and I also wanted the money to go to the Red Cross and it made my friends smile. Because I, occasionally, care about other human beings. I also, incidentally, care about animals and donated to charities that were concerned in rescuing animals who were caught or trapped in the floods in both America and Japan. But I'm glad you divined the REAL intentions behind people getting irritated with others not seeing the suffering of humanity but only seeing their own disappointment about an item made of pixels. Golly, if we had fooled you, there'd have just been no hope left, right? You clearly have seen everyone's donation records here and know we only give for pixels in a game... who's judging intentions now?
5-03-2011 @ 12:13AM
If that's the only unique thing you had in the whole world... boy, I feel sorry for you.
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