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3-21-2012 @ 7:52PM
Although Matt was very gracious with his response, the truth is that this is a blog, not a news site. It's full of opinion, conjecture, and other devices meant to stimulate creative thought, express varied ideas and concepts, and encourage discussion and debate. Part of what the crew has decided to do is deliver as much news as possible, but that is certainly not the extent of the site's purpose.I think they do a pretty good job of letting us, the readers, know what portions are fact and what portions are creative writing, and there is quite a bit of both. It's not just the tinfoil hat columns; there are also the Breakfast Topics, the Sunday Morning Funnies, the Moviewatch, the Daily Quest, and more that are purely creative writing. Then there are many columns that aren't really fiction, but aren't really news, either: World of Warcrafts, Goldcapped, Around Azeroth, Add-on Spotlight, Reader UI of the Week, etc. These are interest pieces that are meant to be fun, light reading.I'm not sure why you think this site should just stick to the news and nothing but the news, but that has never been the case, and probably never will be (thank goodness).
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