05/11/2012 11:46 PMPosted by AldenTanekAre you crying now because I pointed out you don't have a South East Asia forum? Riiight. Grow some balls.
This guy got rocks in his head or something ?
o.O I think this is all getting a bit out of hand. I didn't want to provoke anything - just wanted to find out why there was no SEA subforum. I guess Blizzard have their own reasons for doing this and I was just curious.
I don't think AldenTanek is being racist - he has a point that everyone should and be able to converse in the same lingo in the forum and I respect his opinion; it makes sense. But it might come off a bit ignorant and offensive to suggest that SEA is so backward that people there can't speak English. I also understand where Deadskillz is coming from in that sense.
Blizzard took a decision and another possible reason might be that the game has an official distributor in SEA - perhaps they were hoping the distributor would provide a forum for SEA players. Another possibility would be that the regions weren't divided and for all we know, perhaps they originally planned for SEA to have their own region. I don't know.
Whatever it is, the time for arguing has passed. We should all unite in fighting Diablo and whatever lesser/prime evils are coming. I hope to see all of you on Battlenet one day.
I'm sooo tired of the whole patriotism being mistaken for nationalism(racism). I'm American and live in queensland. In my opinion Aussies speak more basely and have a much more broken slang than the gangsters of the inner cities in the states.
I'll be buggered those boat blokes and wogs are such a worry. I'm a yankee that's on the dole in oz. I'll reckon you speak like a gypsie and a bogan. Like the feral jackeroo's. Have a g'day mate and cya at the pub maybe you'll find an abo to bash.
You know, I've been living in Australia for the past 21 years and have never heard anyone speak like that.
Where'd your degree get you? The coal mines?
Queensland trains. There you'll see the worst of people there. But that kind of talk happens all too often.
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