Nov 4th 2010 11:15AM I am still updating TAEOUI on my own. It looks and works great.
Aug 7th 2010 12:44PM Lay off drinking water from the Yangtze River. The pollution is making you rage.
Aug 6th 2010 3:30PM I agree.
I am leveling alts right now and it seems like that is what a good chunk of Cataclysm is about. This makes me worried I will be bored a bit after my first 85.
Aug 6th 2010 2:08PM @DavidC
Are the imaginary hookers hot?
Aug 6th 2010 12:27PM I find the fact you fail to detect sarcasm to be offensive.
I am sorry I gave you the opportunity start the Trucker's Liberation Front in my Wow.com reply. May god have mercy on my soul.
Good day sir.
Aug 6th 2010 9:10AM Awesome.
My father is a truck driver that spends his time reading or watching movies.
I kinda assumed all the other truck drivers spent their time doing meth and beating hookers. It is pretty cool to hear that nerds have taken to the roads as well.
Jul 27th 2010 12:33PM I know mages can port, but why should anyone use them more than they do now if Dalaran is still up and running?
Jul 27th 2010 11:13AM I was thinking about how we are moving away from shared cities like Dalaran and Shattrath in WoW-Cat (I am still pushing this nickname) when I realized that one of the big perks of these places was the ability to set your hearth and then teleport to four different areas of the old world.
Will there be any incentive to set your hearthstone to Orgrimmar or Stormwind in WoW-Cat? Is Blizz adding portals from one major city to another so there is not a constant stream of level 85's appearing in the Dalaran Inn only to run to the nearest portal?
Jul 16th 2010 7:54PM The Trademark and Registered Trademark symbols make the message feel very inviting and warm, not at all like a company that would use my personal info to make an extra buck.
Seriously, I was such a fanboy before this Real ID crap.
Jul 9th 2010 2:09PM I do not have the text anymore because the post was deleted.
I made a comparison and and a link to a reputable news story about China requiring citizens to reveal their real names in blog posts.
Now that I have googled for the news story I now see that me posting here http://tinyurl.com/3448mxj (half way down - look for happy cat) has lead to blogs making the connection as well. http://tinyurl.com/37escvt
I believe the connection is worthy of conversation given the fact that China is the largest market for WoW. Blizzard disagreed and banned me after one post.