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1-23-2012 @ 5:20PM
When anything in life becomes an addiction, it's a problem. There are people addicted to partying, which can be just as bad as being addicted to a video game, food item, smoking, etc. Like most things in life, everything in moderation. If you eat too much or too little, it's bad. If you sleep too much or too little, it's bad as well. And the Same for exercise. I used to play WoW multiple hours every day in high school, mainly because my friends played a bunch as well. There came a point though, a little after high school was over, when we all realized that we had to do something with our lives instead of sitting around playing games all day. Granted, I still play a few hours of games a day, but that's because I'm lucky enough to do it as a job. If I had the option of either makings videos or gaming, I'd choose videos any day since it makes other people happy + pays the bills. A lot of people bash gaming, when all they do is work/school, come home, watch TV for multiple hours, go to bed. That's just as bad as playing a game for hours. Again, everything in moderation.
1-23-2012 @ 6:15PM
1-24-2012 @ 2:09AM
Well said. Also, i like your videos :D
1-24-2012 @ 3:29AM
how rare, a wowcrendor post! Love your videos! On topic however, I feel it's sad that he couldn't learn how to moderate his playstyle. Giving up WoW to live life is a better choice between it, or selling your soul to the game. The best answer, however, is to moderate your time on and offline, getting the best of both worlds
1-24-2012 @ 12:07PM
Dude! I love your videos! I don't know how you do it, but your insight into the game and the people that play it leave me rolling every time I see one of your videos. there was a point where in my guild i had one of each of the types of people that play WoW. I so wanted to have billy come and play in my guild. I love that poor little guy...
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