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8-19-2008 @ 1:17PM
title "needs real life"
8-19-2008 @ 1:23PM
Kinda funny how a guy reading an unofficial news site on a game rather than just playing the game has nerve to tell someone who plays the same game he/she does that they need to get a life. But I'm sure you are just a troll and I'll stop feeding you now.
8-19-2008 @ 1:44PM
I do believe having a job, a wife, and a highly-popular website consists of "having a life."So essentially, go screw yourself for that comment, lol.
8-19-2008 @ 1:55PM
If you don't like it then don't read it plain and simple. Some people like to collect pets others don't. I'm one of those people that does enjoy having a collection of pets because it gives me something to do beside gear grind for stuff that won't be with me at 80. Pets on the other hand if I grind away trying to get one will be there for me. Sure it's just a look but I know a lot of people that collect stuff that I makes me think why. Like why does a guildie have all but one mount? I mean they are all the same speed. But you know what that's ok because if it's something he enjoys and wants to collect then great! As for the article. I think it's a pretty cool interview. It was really cool hearing that their was a Breanni npc in dalaran. Didn't get a chance to send you a message but if you read this Congrats Breanni! Just goes to show what a big part of the community does collect pets.
8-19-2008 @ 2:27PM
He has a life in terms of having a job, wife, and some kind of social life but he definitely spends almost all free time on Warcraft related stuff. There's no way he could level that many characters and maintain a popular site without putting in some good hours.
8-19-2008 @ 3:01PM
Vlad, you must be a real downer at parties. Seriously, what's the problem?Are you feeling inadequate over the fact that you'll never have an in-game NPC named after you in this game and thus have to resort to insults about a person you don't even know to get over it?It's okay, vlad. We're here for you.
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