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11-16-2009 @ 2:09PM
Believe it or not, EU players also read this site. Would be nice to have an update saying that it isn't available on EU servers yet, the same thing happened with the faction change.
11-16-2009 @ 2:11PM
It's wow.comCOMStands for United States of America. Check ICANN, it's there.
11-16-2009 @ 9:03PM
Actually, .com is an international internet code, while .us stands for United States of America.So yeah =P
11-16-2009 @ 2:20PM
Gotta love thick people trying to sound smart.
11-16-2009 @ 2:25PM
.us is for the States damn noob..com is for companyAnd the eu-wow site sometimes link to wow.com (wow.company) in the community news.In short GTFO!
11-16-2009 @ 2:26PM
the UK's 3rd television channel is called itv. And their website is itv.com
11-16-2009 @ 3:00PM
More complicity with the Grand Blizzard Ignore EU Players Grand Scheme. (GBIEPGS)You heard it hear first.Fact 1 - No battle bots for EU.Fact 2 - No Invitational for EU.Fact 3- $15 pets in the EU pet store.Fact 4 - No Sweepstake for EU account holders.Fact 5 - WOW.COM "Servers are up" "Servers are down" posts = US Servers are up/down. I say we all leave and join Warham.....er or Age of Con... um yeah, well maybe a post on the forums will do.
11-16-2009 @ 7:00PM
/facepalmLots of fail replies here... Can't comprehend a facetious answer to obvious QQ.
11-17-2009 @ 8:01AM
....You know that my comment about the GBIEPGS was Irony right? It had two 'Grand' in it (American Dodgeball Association of America style)...Note to self, less subtle, more use of the words "QQ", "Noob", and "Arsecandle" :)
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