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2-23-2009 @ 4:44PM
< skeptical >Out of curiosity how do we know this guy runs a guild? Was that something he announced or did someone just say "Hey my guild leader won an Oscar". I don't watch award ceremonies since they are really boring, but I do find that this seems like just a wild claim. Like if I sent a tip in that Barack Obama is actually my guild leader, and he plays an 80 Fury Warrior and digs casual play. < / skeptical >I do like his work, I like what he did in the older movies and I've yet to see Curious Case.
2-23-2009 @ 5:29PM
Because Obama doesnt look like the average gamer, Preeg does.DUH!
2-23-2009 @ 5:49PM
Stereotypes o.0Off topic:What is the sick fascination with celebrities (this guy isn't really a celebrity). I mean this guy did really good work, he got a reward for it and he plays WoW.Why does he deserve any notice at all?He plays WoW. So do 10.999999 million other people. I think we need to take a post on the net to recognize me, since I play WoW, and I go to school and get good grades (I made the deans list with a 4.0 last semester!) , and have done all of the holiday achievements and do progress with my guild in ten man. And I do my job well.I'm just a guy, so is that dude. Although his job is slightly more interesting, and it effects people who enjoy his movies./end offtopic rantIs there really a typical gamer for WoW?In my guild we have an archer, a programmer, a paramedic, a highschool student, an elementry school (maybe middleschool / jr high) student, someone who appears to be unemployed or just manages time better, several college students with varying degrees and more.So to make sense of it all, even if Preeg looks like he might be a gamer, I'm still suspicious :P
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