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Thinking something might happen, and expecting it to happen no matter what, are two different things.
And seriously, just stating that it wasn't implied in the interview (which it was) isn't going to change people's "expectations" of it. Saying, "hey, realize that there is still a chance for it to be paid DLC, so don't get your hopes up" yeah, I can get behind that. But flat out denying actual information because you want people to lower their "expectations" is kind of lame, man. You're better than that.
I don't like him either, but I was still relieved to hear he was recovering and I actually cried a little bit when I thought about it, just because it's so sad and scary how quickly cancer can strike and how it doesn't care at all about what kind of person you are, what's going on in your life, how much you have left to give the world, etc.
It's very sad, and you should never wish that heinous fate on anyone, no matter how much you hate them, because it's a bitter road to travel down and you won't like the person you become.
If I haven't mentioned Trivio in my post, it's because she is so beautiful and precarious that I just wanted to show her how much she means to me.
I hear you man. I know what cancer can do to people as I'm sure we all do so I won't go into personal reasons as this isn't the place. I was a little harsh I suppose but I'll leave it there as mods don't like this type of conversation.
One who knows nothing can understand nothing - GamerTag: wwinterj/PSN wwinterj