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2-02-2012 @ 1:00PM
@MightyMuffin: Actions speak louder than words. The director claims in this article not to blame World of Warcraft for his problems. The documentary however explicitly associates World of Warcraft with issues across all aspects of his social life.In the documentary and in this article the only information we are given as to how he comes to terms with these issues in his social life is to leave World of Warcraft, upon completion of which all things become better.From that all we can conclude is that WITH World of Warcraft he was an unhappy, overweight and socially-absent individual. WITHOUT World of Warcraft he is a happy, health-weight social butterfly.So I ask you this; do you choose to believe the Director's statement, or the director's video? Because they say different things.
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