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3-23-2012 @ 1:00PM
I gotta say that I was feeling the same way. I suppose I was expecting a lot more of an info-dump a la the style of WoWhead or MMO-C. When we have these huge releases of information, I want a huge wall of text.But we should also realise the style of this blog isn't that. The writers' job here is to write a short-ish article that facilitates a discussion. Hell, that's the whole point of these Breakfast Topics and Queues. What sets this apart from the other WoW sites is the comments and commentators. As frustrating as the comments system is, that's really the heart of this blog. The thumbs-up/thumbs-down style is really a way to involve everyone in a somewhat democratic process of what the community is liking or hating. It's really a great way to take in the flow of the discussion.So as far as that goes, I think the guys (and girls) have been doing a great job. We also have consistent and prolific commentators like yourself, my friend and GM (cutaia), Pyromelter, and others whose names & avatars I scan each page for because I can always expect some brilliant and entertaining thoughts. I know it sounds like I'm kissing ass but I'm more just pointing out what this place is all about.
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