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11-26-2011 @ 12:30PM
Q for the Q: Did Blizzard ever talk about revamping the fishing profession or was that all just hearsay?andKirk Russel?
11-26-2011 @ 12:41PM
It's Kurt Russell. From "Big Trouble in Little China." (Go watch "The Thing" instead.)
11-26-2011 @ 1:08PM
if you really wanna geek out on kurt russell 'escape from new york' cemented my bro-crush on him.the dude was baaad-assssssand even more surprising is that before that movie, he was a disney actor and was facing the prospect of never breaking out of the child actor mold, and never branching into serious work.
Just remember what ol' Jack Burton does when the earth quakes, and the poison arrows fall from the sky, and the pillars of Heaven shake. Yeah, Jack Burton just looks that big ol' storm right square in the eye and he says, "Give me your best shot, pal. I can take it." Big Trouble is waaaaay better than The Thing. XD
11-26-2011 @ 1:34PM
Yeah. They talked about making fishing, "More fun". You know what they did then? They gave us a silly ass fish bobber that was so asinine they changed it to the silly ass hook we have now. How's that for an upgrade? I'm sure they will do something to Archeology but don't hold your breath. The have said the pet battle thing was in lieu of another profession. Perhaps they don't know what to do with professions at this point. They should enlist some of you guys. I have seen some pretty good ideas on here how to fix archy and fishing.
11-26-2011 @ 4:25PM
just tell them "the check is in the mail".
11-28-2011 @ 11:08AM
What? No love for Kurt Russell's role in "Soldier"? Shame on you all. That film was fab. He doesn't speak more than a dozen words in the whole film and still convinces as an old, battered down relic of a super-soldier, who can still, using guts and guile, wipe the floor with a whole pack of genetically-enhanced freaks on a planet that makes the Chronicles of RIddick's Crematoria look like a vacation spot. Seriously, watch the film.
11-28-2011 @ 12:40PM
Call me Snake.
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