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Aug 3rd 2011 3:20PM @ Shinae:
If you mean Laylla Jayne. Yes :) If you mean any other L.J., 'fraid not :P
Perhaps we'll cross paths, yes? :) Look me up.
Aug 3rd 2011 2:31PM I would absolutely love to say " Hey! Argent Dawn is where it's at, roleplayers!" But someone would learn the truth and hunt me down *sighs*
In all seriousness, Argent Dawn, for all its quirks and village idiots, is home, and I wont leave it. But if you're looking for hardcore roleplay, it IS all about Wyrmrest, as much as it pains me to say, but I've never been able to comfortably lie hehe.
However, I'm the kind of person who likes to take into consideration future very possible events, using past events as evidence. Argent Dawn, in its heyday was THE RP server. It was also one of the first servers opened. When new players log onto WoW, it's still, moronically, the server the system will choose for them.
Needless to say, this has resulted in a large *ahem* melting pot of different players. Wyrmrest Accord is a newer server, but I fear the same, in time, will happen there. One can hope not, but let's be realistic here. Not a single server has been spared the stunted mentality of " LOL ARPEE!" yet. And let's face it, how can you truly protect against that? Its like trying to stop a flood with cheesecloth.
But that time has yet to come, so currently, even as an AD native, I have multiple chars, as does my husband and son, on Wyrmrest and I do recommend it.
Jul 6th 2011 2:41PM I work in retail management. In my book of "Work peacefully at the pharmacy", you have three chances, you blow them, I toss you. It doesn't bother me one iota.
Those are my rules and I stand by them. I'm also the last person you want to get belligerent with.
Kick the kid, Peebers, and don't let your kind heart make you feel bad about it. He doesn't deserve your compassion or patience, which could be better suited elsewhere. Why waste your time and money dealing with someone who has zero respect for you and your guild?
Show him the door, doll.
Jun 24th 2011 12:52PM ROFL! Oh my god I know! i was hysterical when that scene happened, since I already knew he was a WoW player. What was even funnier was Brann's response to it.
" Hodor, please get dressed."
Ah...thing's we'll get to tell our grandchildren...
Jun 21st 2011 12:18AM Ganatola, marry me. Please. If you're female, I don't care. We can work something out. Just marry me. Or at the very least, let me hang around you.
All goofing aside, yours was the best "shame-on-you-don't-be-such-a-wet-blanket!" post I've ever seen.
And Tyler, your article got a serious giggle out of me. Makes me love my warlock even more.
Jun 15th 2011 11:11PM I got a little choked up there. She has an AMAZING voice! Very, VERY well done!
Maor, plox! :P
As far as feeling old, I've been feeling old for close to a decade so Im fine with lol
Jun 14th 2011 12:12AM Drey, I watch all sorts of videos, Oxhorn being one of my favorites. You are somewhat new at this, but I thought your video was fun and very catchy!
Besides, good god, who am I to even critique anything?! I don't even know how to make a video, so you're WAY ahead of me!
If you ever decide you would like to help someone learn how to make of these, please contact me here or in game, I play on Argent Dawn as Laylla.
Ive had some really cool ideas but am clueless as to how to make one!
Keep up the good work!
May 2nd 2011 3:07PM Dont take this the wrong way, Don, but pally healers make me nervous for some reason heeh
I had a guy once ask if we would stop so he could "level up pickpocketing". I said " You serious??"
The other guys voted him out.
Ten minutes later I get a whisper from someone calling me a F*ggot. Ive always found that amusing since, as I said in my above post, Im a girl IRL.
People are funny sometimes.
May 1st 2011 9:26PM I usually heal, but I also have a paladin tank I take out once in a while. I try to be as nice as I can to everyone in the group as I know how it feels to have the tank think the entire instance revolves around him/her.
Once, I had my tank out, and ended up in a group with a guild from another server. Before I could even zone in, the 2 dps'es started aggroing everything in the room, so I had to fight to peel aggro off of them. This kept happening until one of them said to me " hey tank you suck, keep aggro"
Thats when I lost my temper.
" You want me to keep aggro?" I growled, " Ok. How's THIS for aggro?"
I then proceeded to run into two separate rooms aggroing everything I could, kited it back to the group and promptly dropped party. Before I could drop party, I watched the 2 dps jerks drop dead.
This isn't something I would ever make a habit of doing, and for a minute or two I actually felt sort of bad. But, in my opinion, they totally deserved it.
As a healer, don't even think about talking crap to me. I will walk out and I will make sure I do it at the most critical moment. I've had tanks call me the worst names (I'm female in real life and there are certain names you should NEVER call someone), and I've been told " B*tch, shut up and heal". These are usually the tanks who are geared up in hit, and crit gear rather than dodge or parry. I actually had one tell me I needed to stop stacking spirit and int on my disc priest and start stacking stamina. Uh, what?
Totally uncalled for.
There is a reason there are 5 people in a group. As a healer, I most certainly cannot solo the instance, and the tank would die without me, as much as many hate to admit it. DPS may be doing some serious damage, but without the tank, they have no meat shield, and would be dead in seconds.
Every single role in a group is important, none more important than the other.
My initial reaction to rude groups is generally the instinctual reaction I have in real life: I remove myself from the situation. No one needs to be treated like garbage and there are always other randoms.
Apr 28th 2011 11:38PM My husband turned me on to the books. He would stop at red lights on the way home and start reading then get pissed off when they light turned green! Hows THAT for backwards? :P
I would take up one of the books when he was done with it, and he could always tell where I was in the book by my reaction:
"Oh NO he DIDN'T!"
"It's about damned time!"
Martin is one ruthless author.
I'm a fictional writer myself, and am fascinated by people like Martin who can create entire worlds in their mind. I would sell my soul to spend five minutes bouncing around in his skull. Of course, with my luck that would be about the time he was going over his grocery list! :P