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3-17-2009 @ 5:09PM
I'd consider myself, from an achievement point of you around Hard Core. I try and get every achievement possible and the only one's that seem to be currently out of reach are the raid ones.They also provide some entertainment when I'm online and bored.
3-17-2009 @ 5:44PM
"Point of VIEW"
3-17-2009 @ 5:58PM
lmao point of you
3-17-2009 @ 8:32PM
That's right up there with a "mute point".http://languagerules.wordpress.com/2006/09/25/moot-point-not-mute-point/
3-18-2009 @ 2:31AM
Haha. Right up there with "for all intensive purposes" instead of "all intents and purposes."God that one irks me.
3-18-2009 @ 10:06AM
wow, all this about a comment typo. I'm frankly a little surprised nobody has pointed out:"and will at least have enough points to be looked at respectively by his peers." in the article. So... his peers take turns looking at him in a certain order that was implied earlier? Strange that commenters are held to higher standards of grammar than the posters.
3-19-2009 @ 5:39AM
@Imnotgivingetc.You actually read the articles? ;) I kid, I kid, WI.Also, I don't think it counts as a "typo". A typo is a "fat-fingering" the keyboard or something similar. Typing the wrong word on purpose because you are using a phrase that you clearly don't understand (but use anyway), is not a typo.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Typo
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