I'm going about my afternoon habit of "lets take a break from work and check out my google reader with a great cup of coffee" when I come across this post by Too Many Annas about honesty in blogging. She mentions this blogger from a while ago who got caught in some drama. Well, Anna is much too classy to name names, but heck, we all know that I'm not.
So out of curiosity, I pop on over to this blog that caused such a frenzy this summer. And here is what I find:
A post saying the blog is looking for writers. Some quotes from the post:
* "With my employment to Blizzard being upgraded soon, I might be looking for someone to help take over a little, too."
* "In fact, during the whole WoW.com/Jago debacle, Paladin Schmaladin made over $5,300 in that one month alone. Not the best way to make a profit, but it was what it was."
Then another update regarding the status of this writer search, Ferarro apologizes "to the ninety-three apps I had to cut off."
Um, has it been accepted again somehow that this person (persons? singular? plural?) does in fact work for Blizzard? Did everyone just forget the debacle from earlier this year? So much so that people are clamoring to be writers on this blog? I don't know if I am more amused/confused by what continues to be claimed on the blog, or the fact that the blog's readers seem to be accepting it.
Huh? I'm confused. I want to take what I read at face value. But I'll be honest, it's a little hard to on this blog. Do you think this person really works for Blizzard? Did I totally miss something? Was there some E! True Hollywood Story on this somewhere that I missed?