RNG is RNG. Will it help if I tell you our shaman run 1 year of MC in 2005 and never saw his headpiece drop while Ragnaros decided to drop 12 warlock T 2 pants in 6 successive weeks and 34 non-warlocks in the raid were foaming from the mouth? That we got 7 right bindings but only 1 left? That Nethalions tear only ever dropped once an a mage with huge dkp won it who quit the week after? That people went frustrated with drops always since the introduction of raids? That you probably have never raided to any extend if you boohoohoo over three weeks without a drop?
In the meantime you should have accumulated around 3000 VP. Enough for a belt and a ring. That to me is two drops in three weeks. Something else Oldschool raiders didn't have in the first 2 years.
I am all for how the game has changed over the years. Always sided more with the once who welcomed change. But the whine lately about the most inane things makes me really want to re-consider. "I show up so I demand loot" - and no, VP, gold and the experience is only good once. What is next? Raids are released in 3 sections so I demand loot from every section? The loot system has been explained in depth again and again. I guess if you want to believe that Blizzard lies and deliberately screws you over, that's fine.
A vent post to your vent post.