Sep 9th 2011 4:20PM Same thing happened to me when buying Devil May Cry 4. The kid at the counter gave me such an attitude for not pre-ordering the game. I told him to shove it and went across the street to Target and bought my copy
Sep 7th 2011 3:32PM If you were a hardcore pet collector, I'm pretty sure you would invest the time to just buy these pets and sell them to yourself on the neutral auction house. I don't know if this is against the TOS or anything but it's what I would do if I really really wanted vanity pets.
Mar 8th 2011 11:32AM When are epic jewel patterns going to available in Cata? We've been dealing with blue gems since the beginning of the expansion.
Dec 28th 2010 8:29AM Giants lost pretty badly last night. Make me feel better!
Dec 18th 2010 10:09PM Thank you for the Silent Hill reference!!!
Nov 8th 2010 11:57AM I don't mean an instance. I mean just inserting one quest line which takes you to Caverns of Time. You speak to an NPC and he tells you, "Go to Outland of the past and get stronger since you are too weak to continue in the present". And repeat the same for Northrend. It gives you a reason to take you from the present (Cataclysm), back to the distant past (Burning Crusade), then to recent events (Lich King), and then returns you to the present (Cataclysm). It saves a ton of work since you don't have to change absolutely anything about the previous expansions since these expansions take place in the past which is where the quest giver tells you that you are going.
"Remember that stuff you did a couple months ago? We need you to go back in time and do it again."
Sounds funny cause your 1-60 character has never been to Outlands or Northrend so that specific toon would have no recollection of the events of Outlands or Northrend since they have never experienced it.
Nov 7th 2010 3:34PM Why don't they just make it easier by having a faction leader say, "You are weak but you have potential. Go to the Caverns of Time and speak to (Insert NPC Name Here) and they will toughen you up".
You take your character to Caverns of Time, an NPC tells you "I'm going to send you to Outlands. When you reach level 68, come back because you are finished there". You level to 68, go back, NPC says "Wow, you got too strong for the Burning Legion. Go fight the Lich King and his minions". You level to 80 and then return to the NPC, they give you an epic or some sort of reward, give you a pat on the back, and tell you to return to your Faction Leader and from there you start the 80-85 experience. No need to fix anything with Outlands or Northrend.
Oct 24th 2010 2:57PM I just wanna know how tipsy everyone was while they recorded this!
Sep 18th 2010 4:31PM "If you guys will excuse me, I need to go light some candles and play some romantic music, because TG and I need some alone time"
"To put Shield Slam into perspective, as of last night, I was hitting things with a shield so hard that their parents died. "
^^^ These quotes made my day!
Aug 30th 2010 10:43AM A philosophy professor actually said this? It makes no sense because it is a fallacy in logic. Atheists do not believe in God, therefore they wouldn't try to disprove something that does not exist. The burden of proof lies with those who believe in their God. Now, trying to come up with proof of the existence of God without having any sort of evidence shows the ignorance of the religious.
"Religious people are smart enough to know they can not prove or disprove God and are not taking any changes on being wrong."
Following a religion because of not taking any chances on being wrong means the person does not have faith and only follows because of fear. Therefore, negating any true aspect of what religion is about.