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11-16-2011 @ 2:00PM
I would disagree: Fox isn't poisoning the well, he's sharing his experience. He didn't make it up or spin it..he just told us what happened. Just because it's a negative experience doesn't mean he has to shoot rainbows out of his arse while he's relating it to us. If anything, we as readers deserve a plain and accurate re-telling. Sugar coating it would be insulting.Regardless of his experience, if you've had at least two (I say two in deference to the cruelty of the RNG gods, because even if they lull you into a false sense of confidence with a smooth run at first, you better damn well believe the second one is going to make you want to fling yourself into traffic) you would agree that it's a very short hop in reasoning to estimate how the RF will play out live....and it's not gonna be pretty. So relax....and BOHICA, friend. Fox's perspective will have no bearing on what the RF is going to be like, nor will it affect how many people will want to try out the new gadget once it goes live. Under circumstances like these, people will always have the masochistic urge to satisfy their own curiosity, even if they know what's coming down the pipe beforehand.
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