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6-05-2007 @ 1:18AM
The question of "too much WoW" is not a matter of how many hours they play. it's a matter of what someone is sacrificing. everything is broken down into costs of opportunity. three hours of play costs three hours which could be spent doing something else.yes of course, if a person spends three hours a day playing wow at the cost of getting critical work done then yeah, it's too much.However, if we compare playing WoW to other common leisure activities then WoW is not really as bad as people may think. The average american watches about 3+ hours of TV a day. so, 3 hours playing WoW as opposed to 3 hours watching TV is nothing. in fact, many working stiffs (not into WoW) that i know go home, watch some tv and relax with a beer for 4 hours a night (totalling on avererge about 28 hours a week).IMHO WoW is much more rewarding than sitting in front of a tv flipping channels.When i comes down to it, too much WoW is only a matter of "what else would you be doing?"
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