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I recently got myself to thinking about lefse. Living in the midwest of the United States, I always had some around the holiday season, thanks mainly to my late grandmother. I've found myself buying some for Katie and I this year and have had a hard time figuring out the best way to eat it.
I'm sure you all eat lefse. Dontcha?
So tell me, Queue-goers, what way should Adam eat his lefse?
|Heated up with sugar||1885 (18.6%)|
|Right from the fridge with sugar||401 (4.0%)|
|You don't need sugar you fatty||842 (8.3%)|
|What the heck is lefse? Is it another one of Ghostcrawler's sea creatures?||6990 (69.1%)|
Is there any way to queue up for random dungeon with a real ID friend on another server?
Nope, and it probably won't come along for a long time, if ever. Blizzard has mentioned before it's something they'd like to see done, but there are a lot of technical hurdles to making it happen.
When I got up to use the bathroom this morning, I noticed there was a tiger in there.
You may wanna get that looked at ...
So, I finally finished reading all of the Warcraft books, and I can officially say that I don't get the Knaak hate.
There's one thing about authors: You'll either love them or hate them. Some people really like the stuff Knaak does, and some people don't. I personally have never really gotten the abject hatred of the man, either, especially because in real life, he's as nice as could be. And while his writing might not be up there with say, GRRM, it's still good in my opinion. But with that said, I've gotten into some good arguments with people around the office about this.
My recommendation? Don't worry what anyone else thinks and just enjoy whatever suits you. Anyone who writes for a long time gets a thick skin (yours truly included; it's pretty hard for commenters to irk me). Knaak knows some people don't like what he writes. Does he lose sleep over it? Nope.
Why don't they just raise Cairne Bloodhoof? I mean really, no level 14 priests anywhere around?
There needs to be some finality in the Warcraft universe; things need to move forward. Death of leaders is one major plot device to move a story forward. If everyone who died could just be resurrected, WoW's universe wouldn't progress past the very beginning of the civilization on Azeroth.
A good way to think of it is that we, the mighty heroes of Azeroth, hold special resurrection spells. We can bring people back from the dead without very many issues (sure, they might still "be sick"), but so far, most other beings of Azeroth haven't really figured out a good way to bring people back from the dead. Didn't work out too well for Arthas and pals ...
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