Jun 2nd 2009 11:23AM "It used to be that I couldn’t live without reading WoW Insider, but I think the site is a little misnamed these days. Without naming any names, a lot of the information ends up completely wrong, and the comments on some of the more insightful posts are just flat-out disrespectful. I see enough of that on my realm forums; I don’t want to read it elsewhere."
quoted from someone brigwyn was interviewing...i see where he is coming from, but think the site has actually been improving over time. fading comments is working perfectly.
May 14th 2009 1:26PM [shabby recording equipment of the whale]
119.2-151 SPS (stammers per second)
chance on hit: the signal drops out and you lose aggro on the show, causing it to spin off into tangents
"magic runes skitter across the duct tape"
May 3rd 2009 6:57PM "You could have cut out 90 minutes of 2001: ASO and still told the story without a loss of anything."
"...and still told the story without a loss of anything."
read the book/books for stories.
the sooner you stop watching movies (especially 2001!) for story the more joy will you get from the visual experience.
May 1st 2009 2:49PM this article screams "BAAAAAWWWWW!"
there are many places for intelligent applications and discussions of feminism...this ain't fucking one of em.
Apr 28th 2009 6:51PM agreed...
'more people makes stuff better!' thinking should have died out when you were thirteen.
also, the speculation is short-lived and kind of empty since the VO of the entire encounter and all outcomes has been public knowledge for quite some time.
Apr 15th 2009 6:01PM you're internet meme added tons to the warlock feedback!!!