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7-21-2008 @ 12:32PM
HolyHamSandwich, what are you talking about? :)"The problem is that people, such as yourself, seem to take WoW entirely too seriously. A video game is a video game, regardless of any social aspects. When you die, no one will write "Downed Illidan" or "Wore full Tier 6" on your tombstone, and if they do, those that know what that means will chuckle at the ridiculousness of it, while the rest of the 6 billion inhabitants of this planet will ponder just what in the blazes that means. So many people act like this game is their bread and butter, their sustenance, and forgot that it has zero bearing on reality at all. It's nothing to get your knickers in a twist over."This argument is so misdirected, filled of presumptuousness that hurts. So according to you, anyone who doesn't want his chosen hobby trivialized must be one who devotes his life to it and only validates himself by playing a game. You got it completely. Such cleverness is awe inspiring.And you're so articulate as well. :)Anyway, I wrote the post one month ago. Now i lead a meaningless life for I canceled my sub 2 weeks ago.You have fun now, the WoW is yours. :D
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