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12-07-2011 @ 7:34AM
It's only a chore if you approach it with the "now now NOW! Gimme gimme! Must be FIRST" attitude.If you go with a genuine casual attitude, you know, the one where you do things because you want to, not because you're jumping through hoops to get things IMMEDIATELY (gimmegimmegimme), then this content will seem a lot less frustrating.If everything was available straight away, then what would be the point of DMF in 4 months time?The event is designed to last for a long time. Considering how people keep complaining about how content is over too quickly, I'm honestly surprised (but not really) that now people are complaining about the complete opposite.
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