@Battletoad said: " @thomasonfa said: " I just visited PSN Blog and I could not help notice thecomments.Like, “Wow, this is alot of info. Thanks, this is very muchappreciated by all of us Playstation fans - Ejsponge61".Most were very positive. However, I wishpeople would think about it. If any other business had told your informationwas stolen, would you be upset. I'm peeved that they didn't say this in thebeginning.Also, this may be the LARGEST information theft in theworld. Just think about how many people use PSN, millions. "I saw somewhere saying this was the 4th largest. Top place was something like 120 million. But yes, it's sad to see people so addicted to the products of a company that will not only defend them to the bitter end, but actually thank them for screwing them over. "There's a weird dichotomy when you read PS.Blog posts compared to posts that you see on majornelson.com.PS users on the blog seem to be drinking the kool-aid a lot more. In general, posts are more positive and thankful. They praise Sony when they provide a feature and service and are understanding when something goes wrong. I think it was really telling that PS.Blog commenters are always up to defend their console of choice when a whole bunch of them slammed Bethesda for not putting out their DLC on PS3 day-and-date with the 360. In the article where a Bethesda community manager outlined all the DLC that was coming to the system, members were posting how furious they were for feeling like second-rate customers, and how horrible it was that Bethesda was willing to take money from MS to fund their DLC development.Meanwhile, 360 users always seem to complain about something over at majornelson.com. Their posts won't even be related to the article. Larry Hyrb will post the XBL Deal of the Week, and the first few posts usually contain the sentiments, "When will Gold be free?," "I got banned from XBL, WTF?," or "I just bought a game on XBLA and I can't download it. Fix this shit Microsoft."