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9-24-2007 @ 11:15AM
Just stop playing WoW? Not for me, and certainly not for most of us. But there are times when it is not a bad idea.Our old guild master (and a good friend of mine in the real world, too) was dating a guy who was completely obsessed with WoW (along with some other titles, such as Oblivion) to the unhealthy degree that he lost his job, dropped out of school, and did nothing but stay home all day and play WoW (or another equally addictive game).In cases like this, the people should just stop playing. Priorities were lost, and his negligence ended up not just in his life getting harder, but hers too, and when it came time to pay rent, the money was not to be found.Needless to say, she dumped his loser ass.Her and her new husband play WoW religiously... and both manage to make time for it despite working full-time and going to college full-time.And that's how it should be done.
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