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12-17-2008 @ 8:04AM
I'm lucky enough to have an excellent laptop as a work computer so I do use it as WoW-computer when I'm not working. I have thought long and hard about for instance downloading patches while I work so that it's all done when the work is over. But I can't in good conscience play during work hours... plus I work in a landscape so it be pretty noticable immidiatly....
12-17-2008 @ 10:47AM
Coincidentally this article is just a few ahead of another one asking "DO WOW PLAYERS MAKE BAD EMPLOYEES?"Quick answer, if they're playing WoW at work, they're (a) addicted to wow and (b) shitty employees.L2 real life. (or get a real job?)
12-17-2008 @ 11:27AM
@Hennifer In my guild we have a surgeon who plays all day at work if he's not, you know, in surgery. His brother runs an art gallery and plays when he can. I'm sure your uber-job puts them to shame. Those are fine. I am a lawyer, and there is no way in hell I could play. L2surgeon.
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