Dec 6th 2010 3:16PM I agree with one of the above posters.
You didnt have a single non-favorable comment. Way to be unbiased in the face of free gear!
Oct 6th 2010 2:25PM I concur, i live 5 miles from this locatio. The ONLY benefit this facility has had for me is i now have access to fiber internet to the home. Heh other then that the building is an eyesore.
Oct 1st 2010 5:01PM lol
Oct 1st 2010 3:41PM Heh, to all of you naysayers, it is indeed possoble to fall in love through wow. I met a 21 year old college grad in 2004 during the vanilla wow beta. We got engaged 8 months later after several in person visits, and subsequently married in 2005. We have a 3 year old, shes pregnant with our second child now, and we're both eagerly awaiting the Cataclysm.
While this person above may seem a bit lost and confused, we dont know what happened in those ooc all night chats to make her have these feelings.
Practice common sense in your dealings with people in any online venue and anything can and will happen.
Mar 18th 2010 10:43AM I would watch you die also.
Jan 5th 2010 7:21PM Met my wife in the original wow beta. At the time she was 20, I was 24. We've now been married for over five years and have a two year old little boy.
Not all people you meet online is an internet predator, or a 50 year old man disguised as a 16 year old girl.
I have to wonder at the attraction of the woman to the child though. She is over 40, and even if she was told he was 20, surely she could tell he wasn't in person.
Feb 5th 2009 11:18PM "Consumable ammunition has been removed from the game. Arrows and bullets no longer stack, but are not consumed. Ranged attack speed bonus gained from quivers and ammo bags will be preserved in a different capacity. "
If this goes live I will be one happy hunter.