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1-23-2009 @ 5:03PM
slow news day, eh?But yeah, it's a problem. They should make the summoning stone a phase place where you can only see raid members. No instance, just phase.
1-23-2009 @ 7:18PM
Uhhh, hello, it's a Breakfast Topic. Welcome to the point.http://www.wowinsider.com/tag/breakfast-topic/Show me the ones that are "serious business", please. Is it the one about the oldest WoW player you know? Or the one about the phattest Northrend loot?
1-24-2009 @ 10:21PM
Sorry, Jbodar, that a single line of text offended you in such a way that you were forced to reply to me in such a rude sarcastic manner. I'm the kind of guy that takes care of all his internet business all at once as soon as possible and then goes off to do whatever else. For about a half hour each evening, I pull open wowinsider, personal email, work email, guild forums, read the latest in a theorycrafting thread or two, glance through four or five rss feeds (an IT professional has to stay up to date, after all) and check the status on a couple shipping orders. Then I go play WoW for a few hours, and go to bed.I apologize sincerely that I made a simple mistake through and it sent you over the edge. I am sorry that a single line of text forced you to gloss over another two lines of what I thought was a half-decent comment. I say half-decent because I didn't bother to elaborate my point and put together a convincing argument that I could possibly bring into the suggestions forum or something like that.Perhaps you would like to welcome yourself to the point of my original comment. You know, the other 2/3 of it.
1-25-2009 @ 6:13AM
Fair enough, I did go a bit overboard and it came off less jovially than I intended. I'm the guy of guy who's man enough to apologize for that, especially to a fellow IT Warrior.
1-25-2009 @ 6:15AM
And for the record, I did read the rest of the post, and I recall thinking that part wasn't half bad. ;)
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