Dec 19th 2011 12:24PM I like to name my hard drive "dat ass" so that my computer asks me if I want to Back "dat ass" up.
Dec 1st 2011 11:06AM Ugh, just imagine. Years down the road there will be quests for young and upcoming champions to take care of them at the nursing home.
Nozdormu is pacing around muttering things about his "collection".
Alexstrasza doesn't know who anyone else is anymore, yells for Korialstrasz over and over, and frequently can be found wandering the halls without any cloths on.
Ysera hasn't spoken in years, sits alone in the corner rocking back and forth, and thinks this is all a dream.
Kalecgos is the youngest and trys his best to keep everyone else from falling apart.
Nov 28th 2011 10:18AM Since the cast of Farscape joined SG-1 maybe the cast of SGU can make a new season of Farscape. How meta would that be?
Nov 28th 2011 10:10AM I'm a fan, but didn't start out that way. I watched the first episode when it originally aired and immediately had a bad taste in my mouth. Half the cast looked like they were under 20 and the opening scene was two of these 18 year olds boning each other. Waiting for each episode to come out and then to have these actors disgrace the SG mythos with their very presence was hard to watch, so I didn't, and spread my hate of the show to anyone around me.
But then SG-1 was put on Netflix, and then they added SG-Atlantis. Shortly after I had finished watching all those episodes, I found that SGU had also been added. I figured what the hell, I had just watched every SG episode ever made. Might as well watch this filth too.
And you know, about 3-4 episodes in, I couldn't pull myself away. Watching the first few episodes back to back to back made it so much easier to connect to the show I think. I really started to care for these characters and had a different outlook on the show. This wasn't an SG show really. It was set within the SG universe (no pun intended) but any expectations you had based upon SG-1 had to be completely thrown out so you could just sit back and enjoy this new story.
Nov 1st 2011 1:39PM "Granted, 99% of the viewing audience had no idea what it meant"
We are the 1%!
Nov 1st 2011 1:37PM I'm going to guess it'll be around 30 125 105
Oct 17th 2011 4:48PM Forgot that Lasagna Code was already a thing. But you get my point. We're not calling it a mess, just very complex.
Oct 17th 2011 4:40PM I do agree that the software dev's are pretty marvelous and calling their code unmaintainable or poorly written is wrong. Perhaps "spaghetti code" is misconstrued or too harsh a description for what I think of their work. As you said, it is old and complex. Spaghetti suggests a mess and tangles. Lets call it "Lasagna Code". Compared to its base, pasta (new basic code) it is a complex layered and structured entity that takes longer and with greater risk to change any one of it's ingredients.
Oct 14th 2011 5:10PM It could be possible. They do play development "whack-a-mole" quite a bit.
Back in Wrath, there was even a Blue poster that stated that there was an internal bug list that had thousands of known bugs that they were still trying to squash.
Oct 14th 2011 4:38PM I have a Blood Elf Paladin because back in BC they were the defacto multi-mob tank and if you wanted to progress in BC raids, you all most had to have at least one Paladin tank. (Mount Hyjal, I'm looking at you.)
If you were Horde side then Blood Elf was the only race you could be then.