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OMG, how overly dramatic, lol!

Posted By: LovinVR@TT on 2009-04-22
In Reply to: Yeah, and the really sad thing is they will lose the GOOD MTs. - Another TT MT

I love the fact that you assume the *good* MTs at TT will engage in a mass exodus while those of us that are flexible and already know how to do VR (and do it quite well) have no choice but to tay at TT and stuck with VR.

TT is a wonderful company and there's nothing wrong with their VR platforms, either.

I suspect the only *mass exodus* will be the MTs who fear or refuse to learn something new.

Good lordy, talk about being overly dramatic, lololololol!!!

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