Nov 2nd 2011 2:12PM Oops. Fat Albert is:
hey! Hey! HEY!
Got to work on that emphasis.
Nov 2nd 2011 2:11PM Hey! What's happening in this thread.
No, that wasn't a question.
Also, Fat Albert would be: Hey! Hey! Hey!
Re-run is: hey HEY Hey(, Raj)
Oct 29th 2011 1:50PM Technically, Arugal summoned _all_ of the Worgen to protect against the scourge.
Whacky, I know. >_>
Oct 28th 2011 11:13AM I actually prefer Flight Map Enhanced in his day and age of too many flight points.
It provide flight times and a convenient list of flight points on the side you can click instead of on the map.
Also you can open it in advance, click a location, and the next time you hit a taxi, it will take your previously given command and take off.
Also I want cool swag.
What? I'm honest
Oct 17th 2011 5:59AM @Austin
My top of the line computer cost me 4000 dollars when I bought it. I can now buy the same setup 2 years later for slightly over a thousand. Do I deserve a pat on the head because I worked 4 times as hard to get the same reward as you could now for less effort?
Do I deserve a pat on the head because my first character had to walk everywhere until level 40, and then couldn't even afford a mount for 6 more levels? No.
Stroke your own e-peen, you are the only person it matters to.
Oct 15th 2011 9:19AM "Any sufficiently advanced magic is indistinguishable from technology."
— Larry Niven's corollary to Clarke's Third Law
Oct 15th 2011 6:36AM All I see are some people so convinced they are right they are dipping into logical fallacy.
I personally don't care which side of the argument you are on, but when your vocabulary draws from the political pundit well, you might need new material.
"They release a pet that is one step removed [from gold selling], and you don't see the connection?"
Correlation does not imply causation (cum hoc ergo propter hoc): a faulty assumption that correlation between two variables implies that one causes the other
"This is not theory. It's happened before, with other games, and with other MMO's."
- Sweeping Generalization, Irrelevant conclusion. Appeal to probability: assumes that because something could happen, it is inevitable that it will happen.
"No offense, but if you think not buying it means you won't be affected by it, you are a complete idiot." -
Please. If you start a sentence with 'no offense' you are intending offense.
Ad Hominem attack (You must be too stupid to understand I'm right).
"People don't get it. No matter how logical an argument we make they just won't get it""
Ad Hominem Attack; Fallacy of False Cause - you are assuming people are disaggreeing out of spite because your arguement is flawless.
Oct 15th 2011 6:14AM "So blatant nickel and diming to pave the way for selling gold fits your morals?"
As much as blatant straw-manning and generalization fits your ability to argue.
Sep 30th 2011 1:46AM @Adam:
I think what you just described would be a return to the permanent state of "Instance server not responding".
I imagine there is a reason they don't want a million people queuing constantly for raids that would take them 20 minutes to run, until they have verified the stability of the system
Aug 29th 2011 8:59AM Are Simpson's quotes so common now that no one even acknowledges them anymore?