You misunderstood me. I have mentioned before that the only people who defended dung were the ones who had invested the most time into it. It would be similar to the console wars you see on internet forums. Let's say someone purchased a PS3 for $600. They may suffer from buyer's remorse for the lack of quality exclusive titles. Of course, they now feel the need to justify their purchase by demeaning PC, Xbox, and Wii gamers while praising the "glorious" PS3 for its "incredible" graphics and Blu-Ray capabilities. (inb4 console war)
To say that the only people who like it are the ones that are able to profit from it is beyond ridiculous.
Woah, woah, woah, that hurts.... right there *puts fist to heart*
As for the articles themselves, I praise Crocefisso for his ability to use advanced philosophical concepts and little-known references to deter trolls and some "uninformed plebs" from posting and complaining about the sensitive topic of the article by confusing their thought processes. After saying that, I have to disagree with the notion that the word "troll" is being misused, as the word has been in incorrect usage for so long it now requires a broader definition to describe it. An older individual that uses the Internet more sparingly could also argue that your definition of "troll" is also incorrect, as it's only Internet jargon to dscribe an individual that is common on the World Wide Web.
For the second article, I really thought that the SOF would be in first place, however I wholly agree with the #1 and #2 choices shown. I also agree with leeching being a part of the list, but due to the fact that it is not in the spirit of the game, in my opinion, instead of the idea that it is connected to RWTing. Again, this is my personal opinion, and I can see other disagreeing with it.
And finally the third article (I don't read fictional articles, I can barely get myself to read fictional books), I was surprised that there was no mention of harassment female players usually get on the Internet. Then again, I never knew that Hawks was actually female, anyway
If they're testing out new things with the engine, certainly we could have some new, unique quests once in a while? I'm going to have to be skeptical of Jagex's claim unless they deliver some awesome content.
The things they test aren't "out of this world" with these events, it's more about the concepts and code behind events such as "Head to Head", or the cheese wheel race which are novel ideas that have never been implemented in Runescape and could be horribly received by the community. Let's be honest, the cheese wheel race stinked because of the dubious collisions that happened, I'm glad it was only implemented as an optional event.