May 19th 2011 7:58PM orange county california has great at&t service and coverage, at least that is my experience. granted I rarely leave my little bubble but Ive had their service for a while and always seem to have service when my friends with verizon/sprint/t-mobile don't.
May 16th 2011 5:05PM I love the Internet. Go look up western digital drive and youll find the same bitching and moaning. Its why we back up in the first place.
Apr 27th 2011 12:16PM "but I could go into ATT an buy an HTC inspire with twice the specs for half the cost of an iPhone. That is what matters to most consumers."
it does, really?
besides the fact you're comparing android to apple, which makes no sense, if what you're saying actually held any weight the iphone/ipad would not be selling at the rate it is. seems to me that most consumers, at the moment, want something that works not just a device that is cheap. we will see what the future holds...
Nov 19th 2009 11:39AM avoidance is always a good thing, however, current progression content does not exactly favor avoidance, rather stacking stamina due to ===> unavoidable < === damage that many of the encounters unleash of tanks.
i am sure you already know this, but there are no dodges or misses when it comes to magic damage. stamina is very important, as is avoidance, but a healthy balance and even more important, a strong understanding of your current raid content and its demands on you as a tank is what will allow you to be more "effective".
May 21st 2009 4:09PM as fun as this might sound, the reality of blizzard implementing even more burst into the ret paladin bag of tricks is very very unlikely, especially when you consider that next to all pvp'ers in the wow community agree that ret pallys need a little mellowing out in that area.
the trainable SoB at 20 sounds great though.
Oct 20th 2008 10:37AM errr... but it also *
Oct 20th 2008 10:36AM Yeah, just what I want to do; skip to 55 and be even closer to 70 so I can grind all those amazing faction over again and play for days/weeks to gear him up to the point where my main is.
Nah, I enjoy the leveling process. Not only because it can offer an alternative to some of the more boring aspects of 70/80 play, and it also allows me the opportunity to learn how to play a new class before I need to be of use to others.
Oct 19th 2008 3:23AM @D
Everyone I play with thinks quite the contrary, we love the changes and very much look forward to the expansion. Many of my friends, I work with and that play on different servers, have come back from WAR and other MMOs to play WoW again because of the new changes. Shame you have not had the same experience.
Good luck to ya...
Oct 16th 2008 4:28PM Goodness, I respect people's opinions, however, it seems many of the bloggers at wow insider are using their "voice" to complain rather then inform like they used to. Please stop complaining! If I wanted to listen to complaints and whiners, I could visit the official wow forums.
Oct 14th 2008 7:51PM errr... buy the old macbook *