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3-06-2008 @ 4:29PM
I say! Not so.Sir, I am as religious as the next man, but to name God is no blasphemy. Azeroth turns, as reliable as any gear in any exploding sheep (though hopefully with different ends) and should not the mechanics of your devices be inspected? Checked for rust or slipped position? Oiled, kept clean and maintained?This world is ours, engineers. We do not fuss about with lazy arcane invocations (Well, some of us do, but I'm not one of them) but demand explanations, understanding, and knowledge. When you see the Light, I say, take a reading. If you see the Shadow, cast a torch upon it. Should one find Elune, take her measurements. (Duck to avoid being slapped on this one.)Do not fear blasphemy or heresy! The more knowledge we claim, and share, the closer we are to the Gods -- Omniscient and, in time, so close to omnipotent that it makes no difference.Tally ho!Baron Ligradi DeMontafeEngineer, Associate Member of G.E.E.K.
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