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Addiction therapists trying to help addicted in the game {WoW}

Jul 28th 2009 5:39AM I am a psychologist and I play wow.... Was in hardcore guild until beginning of this year, when my priorities changed. Still play tho.

WoW as a channel for news from Iran? {WoW}

Jun 21st 2009 8:15PM Thank you for publishing this article and opening the discussion of the important events in Iran to an audience that may not have initially seemed concerned.

By baring witness to the crimes against civilians committed by the Iranian 'government' we can keep the pressure on this regime. We will not let those who have been murdered be forgotten. The people will not be silenced. With the technology of the modern age, we are all connected and it is near on impossible for things like this to be kept 'in house' within a country's borders.


Alchemists can train Mixology in Patch 3.0.2 {WoW}

Oct 19th 2008 5:12PM My flask duration went from 2hrs to 4 hrs with mixology.


Raid Rx: I has Al'ar, now wut? {WoW}

Jan 30th 2008 3:34AM Our guild has a pally tank the adds and our DPS focus on Alar. We have it down now that we kill Alar way before we even need to worry about the bird spawns.

All the World's a Stage: Drawing the line on ERP {WoW}

Nov 5th 2007 4:11PM My bad David. Nice way of working in a reference to 'it takes a village to raise a child'.

Well, THIS member of the village wants parents to do their jobs. I'm pretty sure that if I came up to a kid who I thought was missbehaving and told them to stfu or (heaven's forbid) I smacked them, that the parent would be outraged that I had the audacity to disciple their child. So much for the village huh?

If people want to have ERP guilds etc, more power to them. Sex is not illegal nor immoral. They can recruit like other guilds - specify criteria for admission. There is no foolproof system ('cept to get all the kidiots off teh intarwebs)


All the World's a Stage: Drawing the line on ERP {WoW}

Nov 5th 2007 2:40AM Parental responsibility plays a HUGE part here - lets be realistic for a moment - parents are the only ones who have direct access to supervise their children's online activities. Parents are the only ones who can accurately censor out 'inappropriate' material. Don't trust your kid to not go to banned sites - no internet time when mum or dad aren't around. Don't like it - don't become a parent.

To ignore the necessity parental responsibility would be like expecting children to raise themselves.