Jul 8th 2008 1:28PM Waaaaaaah please, stop feeling sorry for yourself. The only person holding you down for 'being a female' is yourself, by assuming that people will stereotype you. A powerful woman doesn't worry about that. Weak females are the ones who live their lives by trying to disprove stereotypes that aren't always there in the first place. There is much less to worry about than you think, though I doubt you'll take that advice, since people like you always look for something to complain about, and to place blame on. Pathetic.
Mar 5th 2008 9:28AM Your last paragraph, and your constant 'Oh golly woohoo battlegrounds are the ultra!' shows that you are the kind os person who has been dragging this game downhill as Blizzard caters to your simplicity. Enjoy your easy epics, and have fun continuing to whine when warlocks still kill you every time you see one. Pathetic.
Feb 6th 2008 2:34AM Heh, guess you don't need my answer now anyway lol. Antivir was the program that picked it up for me both times, excellent program. I would have written down all the details (which 'strain' or whatever, for example), but obviously I didn't know the very next day it would be so relevant. Damn. Scary stuff when you can't even listen to podcasts about something you enjoy so much...
Feb 5th 2008 9:01PM Yes the same one affiliated with Wow Insider. To be honest I'm a I'm not sure who I should be contacting about this issue. I'd like to let them know, but don't know who to tell lol.
Feb 5th 2008 7:21PM I don't want to necessarily blame it on a specific site, but I'd like to advise everyone that in the last 2 days, while listening to podcasts on a very popular wow podcast site, I have had 2 trojans blocked by Antivir. The first time I thought it was a fluke, but after the second time I will never go back to that site. Good shows, but I'm not risking it. Again, don't want to blame the site since maybe they are unaware of it, but has anyone else had this issue?