Apr 1st 2012 12:44AM having the authenticator on the same device as the mobile app allows it to automatically get the authenticator code, no copy and paste needed
Mar 28th 2012 2:32PM I agree on Eric Flint's 1632 (Ring of Fire series). The first 2-3 books are amazing, after that things get very muddy though. Most aren't written by Eric Flint, they're basically paid fan-fiction, just edited by him. They're still very good, but hard to follow everything that's going on with so many different authors writing so many different books.
Nothing not to love about a town of West Virginian's getting stuck back in time, arriving in Germany in the middle of the Thirty-Years war.
Mar 28th 2012 2:19PM Book recommendations:
Most of my list was already suggested by a few people already, but here it goes:
Stephen King's The Dark Tower series, a must read
Stephen King's 11/22/63, the latest I've read, time travel, alternate future, all revolving around the JFK assassination. Good read.
Pretty much anything else by Stephen King/Richard Bachman is worth reading. Eyes of the Dragon is a great fantasy book, he wrote it for his son and I really enjoyed it.
George R.R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire.
Terry Goodkind's Sword of Truth series. This is one of my favorites, I read all 13 books in 2 weeks last month. If you watched The Legend of the Seeker, it was a really horrible adaptation of the books. The books are much much better.
The Law of Nines, also by Terry Goodkind.
Robert Jordan's Wheel of Time series. Very long, somewhat slow at points, but a very good fantasy series.
Terry Pratchet's Discworld
Margaret Weiss and Tracy Hickman War of Souls trilogy, if you like Dragonlance this is a must read series. My main's name came from one of the characters in it. Also the followup that Weiss did, the Dark Disciple Trilogy, is really good.
Douglas Adams. All of them. HHGttG, Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency, Salmon of Doubt.
J.R.R. Tolkein, all of these too. The Hobbit, The Lord of the Rings, Children of Hurin, The Legend of Sigurd and Gudrun.
Suzanne Collins, Hunger Games trilogy.
Anything by Neil Gaiman.
I could probably keep going for a good long while, my Kindle library is at just over 4,000 books ;)
Feb 9th 2012 12:48AM use TradeSkillMaster, it'll automatically make all of the parts for you.
Feb 3rd 2012 5:23PM http://gogocakes.com/ -- printed frosting sheets, they'll overnight them if you want too ;)
Feb 3rd 2012 5:19PM Then you take your business to another bakery. That's how the free-market works.
Using the express permission of the copyright holder (which that FAQ is) isn't bad advice, considering that's how copyright is supposed to work. If the bakery still refuses even with the permission granted, then they don't get your money, it's very simple. Worst case you have to go to a different baker to get your cake made.
Aug 12th 2011 1:33AM Borean Tundra is very chill compared to most, it's been my home since the day it opened. I went to Azjol-Nerub for a bit, but the atmosphere is way different, I did find a nice guild to call home recently but work has prevented me from playing much (these 70+hour weeks are killing me!)
Anyhow, I know way too many people on BT to ever make a permanant move and the people there are (mostly) great.
Silvanoshei/Lolrett(A) - Nhhym(H) plus another 7 85s
Jul 15th 2011 12:01AM Holy has no cd on wog. Walk in the light is the baseline talent that removes th cd.
Also, I've been able to fly from Darnassus to moonglade for as long as I can remember.
Jun 14th 2011 1:47PM Any microbrewery's amber ale is a good place to start, for my 21st we got a keg of Breckenridge Avalanche. Just stay away from most commercial beer, corn is for whiskey, not beer.
My top picks are Laughing Lab, Avalanche and Fat Tire, although they aren't available everywhere. As far as commercial beers, Sam Adams is good.
Yes, I am a beer snob; I'm German/Irish, and I live in Colorado. I also believe that Reinheitsgebot should be international law. It's just how I was raised =p