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11-01-2011 @ 1:57PM
Because in my browser history, Massively, WowInsider and Joystiq all come up next to each other because I did at one time read from all three websites. Today I happened to mis-click wowinsider instead of massively. I noticed the headline article and decided to give it a read.Tell me why then, every time someone has a dissenting opinion here, someone like you pops up and says "why are you reading the article then?" You know that playing the game isn't a requirement of stopping to read something about it, right? I mean, I personally don't enjoy football, but I do stop and read a headline about a game from time to time.Other people have opinions that differ from my own, and I have already said that I have no problem with that. Might I suggest that next time you do the same and accept that someone has a different opinion than yours without you stopping to drop the inquisition on them in preparation for burning them at the stake.
11-01-2011 @ 2:02PM
Apologies for the double post... That was supposed to be in reply to my original comment that someone replied to.
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