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10-12-2010 @ 1:08PM
Heh. They'll allegedly be finished with the patching around noon, which is the same time I have to be to work today. And tomorrow I have to be to work at 6:00AM, which means I'll get home tonight and maybe have an hour or so to look things over before I'll need to get to bed. So I'm looking at Wednesday afternoon before I can really look at the patch.I don't think anybody would believe me if I called in sick. I've got perfect attendance for the entire four and a half years I've been working for my current employer — I just don't get sick, beyond the occasional cold. And there's also the fact that my job is seasonal (I work in the convention business as a banquet chef), so I kind of *have* to work when there's work available. Which, of course, is why I wouldn't mind at all if Blizzard would drop these big patches in, say, July/August or January/February when I'm spending most of my time sitting on my butt in front of my computer because people just don't book conventions for those months. No, instead Blizz always releases these things right in the middle of peak convention season...
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