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1-30-2012 @ 7:29AM
The last time someone tried to do that, well, the community nearly choked on it's own rage-vomit as it shrieked in horror at the awful, terrible numbers and theory-crafting that was to be had. "This isn't EJ" was the consensus. I sighed.The sad truth is that no matter the venue, no matter the content, no matter the quality, readers of free content on the internet will never be happy. Ever. The problem is entitlement. Many - especially those who read articles here - expect every piece to be written with them and their undisclosed needs in mind. But some articles are just not written for you. And when they aren't, move along. Don't try to initiate a childish head-hunt. Go find the information you want, and check back next week to see if there is something here you like. If not, rinse and repeat.Maybe then, you'll be a happier, more fulfilled reader, and commenters won't have to wade through waves of QQ in order to find a worthwhile response.
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