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11-29-2008 @ 6:04PM
And I'm tired of people like Maarick flaming others for their opinions because they are so insecure about themselves that they feel threatened at the idea that they may be playing a game that is not tough enough for their "1337 skillz." t another idiot who needs to command respect through an online video game rather than in real life. Putting down others for making a comment is, like many others, his only way to feel tough and important. If you actually had a life and commitments, you'd probably understand that its hard to raid 5 nights a week with a job and a family, but since you most likely live in your parents basement with not so much as even a sweater overweight dude that you speak to through AIM, whom you believe is a girl and indeed you online girlfriend, you may understand that WoW raiding doesn't sometimes fit in people's schedules. I'm sure the pinnacle of your existence, and those like you, are the idea that people are walking past you in Dalaran, inspecting your big gear and thinking 'Wow, I wish I was that guy's friend IRL" (newflash, people aren't inspecting you - they're too wrapped up in their own gameplay, to care about yours).Well, if WoW has gotten too soft for you, try AoC, while its still around, or test your skills on WAR. The guys over at EA Mythic to have another WoW defect in their ranks, and you can take your BS posts and flaming over there.Oh, and calling people "scrubs" isn't cool either. That word was died back in 1991. I await for, what I'm sure will be a rebuttal along the lines of how my "wall of text" is too much for illiterates to read. That's fine. it would just prove a point that anyone who can't spend 45 seconds to read a little over a paragraph is probably better off living in their parents basement past the age of 40. There's a reason why the cash registers at McDonalds have icons of hamburgers and fries, rather than the words of the hamburgers and fries.
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