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3-18-2009 @ 6:55PM
LOL I don't even have a 70 let alone an 80. I'm smart enough to figure out when someone (or some company) is trying to milk me for my money with endless Fedex quests and artificial barriers to finishing quickly (being locked to raids etc). I've mostly given up gaming because real life is far more enjoyable when you put forth the effort to be successful. The only reason I'm commenting is because I know someone in the guild and they have no life because of being totally committed to the stupid raid times. I'm currently applying to medical school, so I'm not really that worried about "being the best WoW player I can be," but rather, the best student I can be. If only more of you guys focused on school, you'd be successful in life instead of just WoW. For instance, I've heard Amalyth (I may be wrong here, so forgive me if so) calls in sick to work if the PTR comes up unexpectedly. Anyway, to each his own. I hope you guys get sponsored or something, because if you don't get some compensation, it's definitely not worth the opportunities you lose due to spending so much time playing; unless you're happy with mediocrity, that is. By the way, that is the proper use of a semicolon (yes, I'm being pedantic, thank you).
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