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1-14-2007 @ 7:59PM
In preparation for BC, I will...1. Make sure to log my main toons off in inns.2. Buy the expansion3. Do not install the expansion but only upgrade my accounts via the web interface and hope that will allow my 60th toons to get rested xp.4. Turn off the computers; go out and have fun with my friends for two to three weeks.** after two weeks of heavy drinking **5. Check the forums to see if the dust has settled6. Then and only then, will I attempt to play WoW again.All the while, I expect the following:1. My 60th toons will collect rested xp in their respective inns.2. ALL of the servers will be in a constant state of instability, unplayability (is that a word??), and general disarray.3. Plenty of players will be whining about how they can't play the game.4. Blizzard will post multitudes of apologies, asking of patience, refunds of lost playtime, and the usual sitting on their useless behinds and the scratching of their collectively empty heads as they muddle through yet another patch. Except, this one is a biggie (it's their first expansion!)While all of this chaos is going on, I'll be drinking beer and getting trashed knowing that I don't have to deal with any of this crap!Let's see if I'm right: The degree of ineptitude of the Blizzard staff during the first 100 hours post expansion will rival the cluelessness of the Democrats' first 100 hours in power!
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