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10-01-2009 @ 8:53AM
I live in Manila, Philippines so I witnessed said real cataclysm, only my own neighborhood wasn't flooded. Many of my co-workers' homes were ruined though. The atmosphere in our once-happy office has turned somber. A co-manager and I passed the hat to help those who were hard-hit. We're doing our best to cope with the situation, and one way for me to beat the stress is by playing WoW in the evenings after I've tucked my little girls in bed. It may seem like a shallow escape (at least to people who don't appreciate MMOs) but hey, to each his own. Real life is hard enough. I appreciate having WoW in my life to provide a few hours of escape/therapy/entertainment as I play different characters and meet the most interesting people."Anhur"Troll HunterBorean Tundra US"Sophine"Blood Elf PriestScilla US"Diandra"Blood Elf Death KnightIllidan USP.S. Heard there's another super typhoon headed for my country. Heaven help us.
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