Feb 10th 2008 12:55PM I don't really feel that that comment has enough intelligence behind it to warrant a serious answer.
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I also hate this system. My previous comment "See comment 30" applies to the current comment 32, the one which ends in me saying I don't care enough to answer seriously anymore. Fuck all of you old people. I realize that now I have perpetuated the stereotype I hate, but as I said, I don't care anymore. And for not caring anymore, I sure am investing a lot of time into these posts. Hypocrisy FTW.
Feb 9th 2008 8:23PM D= lame, it doesn't show it.....oh well, you weren't missing much, it was WOOOOO with the OOOOO copy/pasted about 50 times...GIVES ME MAH FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION BITCHES!!!oneonenoeonoenoeneoneoneoneoenoe
Feb 9th 2008 8:08PM If the First amendment doesn't apply, what about the ruling in Brown v. Board of Education? I think that it really should be decided whether the rights of individuals apply in WoW. I believe that they should, but that, if it ever came to court, it would be ruled against, mainly because it's Blizzard's thing, and we have entered into an agreement with them. And, technically, free speech is not restricted, Blizzard can just ban you for expressing your right to free speech. I believe this is restriction, but I doubt the courts would agree with me. Eh. Whatever. I can deal with bans.
Feb 9th 2008 6:12PM While I see your point (somewhat), it shouldn't be increasing your fun at the expense of another person's. They pay the fee, they have just a much of a right to say/do what they want (within Blizzard's restrictions). Equal protection of the law is a main part of the 14th amendment, and while Blizzard...well, I don't know. Does Blizzard have to follow the laws of the Constitution? That would be an interesting case for the Supreme Court to decide.
Feb 9th 2008 5:32PM As a fairly mature (I don't type in leet, bring my personal problems into the game, etc.) sixteen-year-old, I think of myself as fairly neutral (slightly biased towards the kids due to my age) in this, and I find it hilariously ironic that a bunch of 18 and older people are bitching about whiny kids. Just because you're more literate and like to talk about certain things doesn't give you the right to section off the people who don't talk about the same things, and just because a person is younger than 18 doesn't mean they're a total asshole.
You constitutionally cannot imprison someone for speaking their beliefs (most times), and so you are forced to listen to other people in the real world. You deal with it in real life, why can't you deal with it in WoW? If you can't deal with it, Blizzard might be slightly easier to deal with than the federal government, but I wouldn't put too much on your chances. Okay, I’m not neutral. What’re you going to do about it?
And to all the fuckers who lumped me into the “dumbass whiny little kid” category, I say:
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Oct 29th 2007 6:32PM Someone's wiping, my Lord, kumbaya
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Oct 9th 2007 5:54PM I think it should be something that pops up when you first create a druid, so you can choose what you want to look like as a bear, cat, etc, and should be changeable in-game...new haircuts are coming in WoTLK, why not more aesthetic changes? As well, dire bear should definitely look bigger and meaner than regular bear.