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10-20-2011 @ 8:08AM
Allison, I'm missing the option "I would love to but live on a different continent and couldn't afford even the journey there, and due to time zones much of the best stuff happens when I sleep so e-ticket isn't quite an option either, and I'll be glued to my computer screen hitting "refresh" on WoW Insider every second of the day so I don't miss your coverage of the latest announcements."
10-20-2011 @ 8:43AM
^ This exactly covered it.
10-20-2011 @ 8:42AM
this this this! these lucky american pigdogs with their Blizzcons ^ ^
10-20-2011 @ 8:57AM
Yeah, nest time add this option with "hyperventilation" or "peeing in my pants" phrases please :)
10-20-2011 @ 9:02AM
Just a quick update...with an eticket, you can also watch events that happened before. So if you are asleep when something you wanted to see happens, you can watch a recording of it. Sure, by that time, the important news (announcement of expansion eg.) might be up at wowinsider, but its a great way to get to watch the whole thing, like the lore panels or whatever, even if youre in a different timezone.Im in Europe right now, so thats what I will do, and Ill prolly get a lot of mileage out of the "recorded footage"-part =)
10-20-2011 @ 9:20AM
Almost it... just "I live too far away and it costs too much to get there." I'm not in another country, but I can't justify the expense from the East Coast. But it would be awesome to be there.
10-21-2011 @ 10:17AM
I'm just glad my wife gifted me a trip to the WWI 2008 in Paris. It's only a couple of hundred miles from where I live in Belgium. And I drive for free! (Company car + gas card).Maybe I'll get to Blizzcon when the kids are out of the house and said house has been paid in full. We'll go to California in October and.. "whadd'ya know, it's Blizzcon dear and I just happen to have two tickets ;-)".Yeah, I plan longterm.
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