Aug 28th 2010 12:55PM What's wrong with it? That's how coffee looks when you don't buy it from starbucks.
A bit short on froth, admittedly, but hey.
Aug 28th 2010 12:53PM @vanillabean:
Firstly, I'm not American.
Secondly, Webster's defines Discrimination as "treatment or consideration of, or making a distinction in favor of or against, a person or thing based on the group, class, or category to which that person or thing belongs rather than on individual merit: racial and religious intolerance and discrimination. "
The reason people outside of the US aren't able to submit new content is most likely because of legislation in areas outside of America, not because WoW.com doesn't like you or your race/insert arbitrary factor here.
Aug 28th 2010 12:28PM ...Because, as we all know, writing for WoW is an inherent right...
Aug 28th 2010 12:08PM That looks like a nice cup of joe.
Aug 27th 2010 9:58AM I'm male.
I went from Warrior (DPS), to Druid (Tank), to Paladin (Holy), and also have an equally-good Death Knight (DPS) alt.
Aug 26th 2010 7:00AM @Kleptov:
You are completely humourless. I truly feel for you.
Jul 15th 2010 12:44AM I think you mean 'English' accent.
Scotland is in Britain, after all..
...And if we're going to be pedantic, you mean 'received pronunciation', i.e. a non-regional accent that is adopted rather than learnt and has no regional basis (although it is adopted from the home counties area--'Queen's English'); England (and, indeed, Britain) has hundreds of accents within its borders, not just the one.
To say 'I like the British accent' is like saying 'I like the weather in the US'...
Jul 6th 2010 7:59PM ...And often, just typing in your real name followed by your handle is enough to bring up scores of data on you that you may never have realized existed, thanks to web-crawler archive sites and the power of the almighty google.
Jul 6th 2010 7:58PM What so many of you fail to realize is that a name by itself is not that useful. A name in conjunction with a handle that you use elsewhere on the internet, however, IS.
Even if you don't use that handle anywhere other than WoW, your posts on the official forums or in your guild forums or anywhere else you discuss WoW may contain references to your country, state, town, or even neighbourhood; in some cases, even your IP.
Jul 6th 2010 7:40PM @CaryEverett:
Good job every single woman on the planet lives in the U.S.A, then, and has access to firearms with which to protect themselves, right?
Oh, what's that? Shooting somebody within your own home in much of Western Europe (certainly the UK) will quite possibly earn you a life sentence in jail?