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6-08-2009 @ 3:59PM
Maybe guild leaders should try to enjoy the summer too instead of wasting their lives trying to hold together a guild in a video game?I mean, if other people in the guild are out having fun in the fresh air, maybe the guild leaders should consider doing the same thing?Summer time should not = more time to play WoW. It should = more time to enjoy real life.Just a thought.But hey, if you love camping out in your basement and adjusting DKP spreadsheets all day long, more power to you.
6-08-2009 @ 9:54PM
I don't see how going outside is more "real life" than sitting inside playing a game. A lot of school-aged children/teens and college students spend a majority of their day at school and for some at work during most of their "free" time. Maybe some people would enjoy their time off playing a video game, catching up to their friends who hit 80, starting a new toon, raiding the hell out of naxx in preparation for ulduar, etc. Juts because you would rather spend your time outside than inside playing a game doesn't make your preference more "real life" than someone else's. Please get off your highhorse.
6-08-2009 @ 5:44PM
How kind of you. Except, some of us work for a living and don't get summers off. "Summer" is exactly the same as every other month of the year for me, except some of my employees take trips with their family and there is more work for the rest of us to go around. Perhaps if you opened up your scope of who plays the game, rather than trying to talk down to those of us who don't have the luxury of having a few months free and still want to be able to unwind from our daily lives with the game that we enjoy.
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