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2-17-2012 @ 3:00PM
Regardless of what word you use to describe it, nine hours a week is a lot of time to most people regardless of the activivty. To what Rossi said earlier, if you play WoW for an hour a night plus two hours on the weekends, that is a *lot* of time, even if you're not raiding.This isn't a judgement; people are free to spend their time as they will. But if you break down hours in a day or in a week after factoring in sleep, work (for most people), and social obligations, you'll see that nine a week is very much NOT an insignificant number.
2-17-2012 @ 3:15PM
If someone watches 90 minutes of TV a day, would you call them a hardcore TV viewer? If they read for the same 90 minutes would they be a hardcore reader?The issue is folks who do nothing but raid 9 hours a week. That's a lot, considering everything else there is to do in the game. However, if you block all of that everything else out and do nothing but raid, that would be like the 9-hour-per-week TV viewer who watches nothing but Glee.Scary, eh?
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