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Activision exec: Videogames will eclipse other entertainment {WoW}

Jan 13th 2009 5:33PM CD sales aren't declining because of video games, they're declining because of online sources like iTunes or through piracy.

Breakfast Topic: Should raid progression even be tracked anymore? {WoW}

Dec 4th 2008 5:07PM Most of Adam's posts eventually lead to the fact that he has a very advanced raiding guild and he looks down upon those who don't play the game the way he plays. This article isn't surprising, it's normal for Adam.

Mourning for China {WoW}

May 19th 2008 7:44PM Nice input. Maybe if people read that they'll stop thinking that everyone in China are just mindless robots incapable of emotion.

Mourning for China {WoW}

May 19th 2008 7:18PM You have to remember the governments of China and the US are different. The Chinese government's businesses are ran by the government so if they want to shut down their own businesses, they can. Besides, even some businesses here closed during the 9/11 attacks and the days after for mourning. The number of deaths in China are tenfold the number of people who died that day, just to give you a comparison. I really don't think there's a need to complain about a country mourning.

I'd also like to add, China is very close to becoming a super power. Since the Cold War, the only other country to hold this position is the United States. The United States didn't become a super power until after World War II. The Soviet Union and China were communist countries for a very short time in comparison to how long the United State's government has been in place. You may not agree with the way they treat their people, but it's obviously working to some degree. It isn't popular, but I speak the truth.

[1.Local]: The week from a reader's point of view {WoW}

May 16th 2008 3:05PM Well, you may think I don't matter and nobody cares, but one article here got 100 comments in the first day about a writer was using WoW Insider to increase his e-peen. I was refering to that article in my previous comment.

[1.Local]: The week from a reader's point of view {WoW}

May 16th 2008 1:35PM Why don't you show the comments from the readers getting fed up with the quality of the articles on this website?

The gquit macro {WoW}

May 15th 2008 2:59AM Anyone else find it funny when Adam isn't playing WoW or writing about WoW he can be found hanging out with his cat? Geez...

The gquit macro {WoW}

May 14th 2008 7:07PM Was this really seen as an opportunty to to talk about how fun gquit macros can be? Seriously, start posting things that matter. You know... real information, that stuff you all used to post before you hired a bunch of new writers. All I see is someone who wants to rant about how someone left their guild in a shitty way, while also bragging about how they're all just "average" players who are in an end game raiding guild.

The merits of WoW clothing {WoW}

May 5th 2008 1:11PM I'd wear a WoW shirt but you can only find those kinds of shirts in X-Larges.

The merits of WoW clothing {WoW}

May 5th 2008 12:18AM What does someone complaining about a battleground have to do with someone complaining about the quality of the articles on a website? I mean, at one time this place was a good source of information, but lately they've been posting stuff that really doesn't matter. It's nice people get to post their opinions about stuff, but does it really matter if blood elves look to gay or female tauren look to manly? Some of these "issues" posted are incredibly stupid. I guess I just don't see the relationship between a battleground and an online blog, but my account has been dead for a few months now, so maybe I'm just lossing my touch.