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12-07-2011 @ 2:20PM
hm...so we're going to get serious now. i see. well, point one: the privilege wasn't yours to take away, hoss.point two: the meme is also appropriate to express confusion as to the purpose of the OP's post, which is how it was intended here. as for your definition, i am of the opinion that mr. mccurley's post fits neatly within the "ridiculous" category. as some posters have noted below, who really cares about a bug that turns your mature language filter on? hardly worth writing a post about informing folks how to "git their ignorant on", especially when a quick internet search would do just as well. i expect more from the writers here at wow insider.moreover, do so many people really identify with the OP's hypo that they are cursing the fact that they can't obviously curse? i'm all for appropriate "choice" word usage and placement, but it boggles my mind that one would be so insistent that they be able to use lewd, abusive, and altogether ugly language in game that they would go out of their way to download an addon for it. honestly? get over yourselves. i think it's an indication of the direction the community is heading in that people would choose to do this instead of taking the high road, especially when dealing with "that guy". if you can't communicate some other way, then maybe you shouldn't be communicating at all.pre-emptive rebuttal time!to those folks who will no doubt throw out the, "this is 'MERICA! ah do wut ah wahnt!"...yes...yes it is. and so do i. you may not like what i have to say, but, well...it's just as much my right to say it....and yes, i get the fact that the mature language filter may poke it's nose into conversation where it doesn't belong...but there is something to be said for understanding via context. it won't hurt, promise.
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