Dec 10th 2010 10:32AM "Meesah no thanks youse for me remembers thats moovey agains"
Nov 29th 2010 9:05AM When and why does Thrall allow warlocks to join the "modern" horde? I've read all the books except The Shattering and the manga/comics; and I can't recall it. As someone who plays a lock as one of my two mains I have always wondered this.
Nov 27th 2010 5:41PM I agree totally with the ignore him in game and mute him in vent (plug for Mumble instead!) but I have one more suggestion:
Name change yourself both in game and especially on voice comms. While the Blizzard change costs, it's free to change your preferred Vent handle. That way you don't have to worry about him seeing your name and starting sniping at you immediately vocally.
Sure there are issues with this, can't change your actual voice, etc, but it may help somewhat.
Nov 25th 2010 12:47PM Great use of effects, the change from video screen to live of the announcer was amazing.
Oh and "meow".
Nov 23rd 2010 5:30PM OK Went and found one, TubeStop for Firefox. Not perfect, as it opens each annotation in it's own tab, but it DOES STOP THE VIDEO ADS!
Nov 23rd 2010 5:22PM Tell me about it, going back to the Maelstrom portal and seeing a commercial each time made me give up on it. WTB AdBlock for YouTube video ads.
Nov 19th 2010 10:40AM We have people whose children may be around to hear/see what is going on, which is why we specify in our guild rules:
c) We are a family guild and ask that conversations in guild/party chats and in Mumble are sensitive to those around you.
d) During day hours you are likely to have younger guild members playing, member’s children within earshot of Mumble, and even the Guild Leader’s own children both in game and in Mumble. Please think and double check before you say anything lewd or inappropriate. If someone expresses discontent or concern with what you are saying or doing you are expected to be courteous to their feelings.
e) Evening hours are adult gaming time so those with children should be aware of this and plan to limit access by young ears during that time.