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Breakfast Topic: Which role is the hardest? {WoW}

May 31st 2009 10:20AM I'd say Tanking with healing not far behind. Tanking and healing are both stressful, but as a tank most groups expect you to lead. Sometimes you just want to join a group and not lead, but everyone always looks to the tank to make the call.

Engadget's recession antidote: win an ATI Radeon HD 4650 graphics card {Engadget}

Feb 13th 2009 12:08PM Spend less, work harder, hold people accountable.

Breaking News: Arenas disabled [Updated] {WoW}

Jan 21st 2009 5:18PM Completely agree with the first two comments

The disaster of patch 3.0.8 {WoW}

Jan 21st 2009 5:18PM I was quite ready for the patch and will take the bugs for now. The druid armor change was a welcome change for me and I am glad it's finally here. My healer was so bored last night she started dps'ing.

yay

Shifting Perspectives: A brief taste of Bear Tanking in 3.0 {WoW}

Sep 30th 2008 5:19PM The damage component of FFF only works in Bear Form. Still no damage for kitty.

Mythic makes one last case for switching from WoW to Warhammer {WoW}

Sep 19th 2008 3:14PM Yeah. If my wife found out she could leave me I'd be in trouble.

*hides this article carefully*

Improve flights by video gaming {WalletPop}

Jun 27th 2008 4:41PM I'm in favor of gaming on aircraft.

Cash-strapped SUV owners in a tight spot -- good! {WalletPop}

Jun 4th 2008 8:51PM Years ago there weren't any washing machines either. Think about the manufacturing plants, the employees driving their trucks to work, and all that pollution that it produces, but I'm sure every American that can afford one has one. And I say, good for them.

I drive a Honda Civic, but could care less if someone wants a big car. I sure do support more fuel efficient vehicles, but spending what we want how we want is part of our freedom here in the US.

Instead of making everyone change what they like, perhaps it would be more effective to make what they like more environmentally friendly, eh? This may surprise you, but a lot of companies are doing this on their own and they have an army of consumers that applaud their effort. Market drive innovation is a key powerful force.

Cash-strapped SUV owners in a tight spot -- good! {WalletPop}

Jun 4th 2008 7:32PM @ Kurt

1 Mom + 1 Dad + 4 Children (Carseats?) + 1 mom in a wheelchair in a regular minivan?

One or more of these things applies to you.

1. You can't count.
2. Have never driven a mini-van.
3. Are simply looking for a way to make you feel better for NOT getting that Ford Expedition you wanted.

Cash-strapped SUV owners in a tight spot -- good! {WalletPop}

Jun 4th 2008 7:23PM Yeah! How dare people buy something they wanted, and in some cases needed! What losers!

I wish we had more people out there to decide what they felt was right for us to buy. You know, I sure do hope we get to a point where we can ditch this whole pesky freedom thing.

I welcome the days when I can just check the manual for what colors are government approved so they don't injure the seagulls as they fly over the gaping hole in the ozone created by me enjoying my Starbucks coffee.

You know what we could do next? We could get rid of airplanes and big rigs! Yeah that'll really put us on the path to saving the mosquitoes! The Amish had it right the first time. Why stray from the proven methods. Horse and buggy are here to stay.