Nov 25th 2010 12:44PM That's why Canadians got it right, early October baby. Although I'm pretty sure the Holiday itself came about to celebrate all the food harvested at this time of year, as if anyone didn't know that. It also accounts for the difference in Canadian/American Thanksgiving dates, seeing as Canadian harvests will occur generally sooner than American harvests. Also, one meal of feasting is really a drop in the bucket measured against 3-4 months of winter, so I'm pretty sure those living back in the day would have been alright with it.
Nov 25th 2010 12:37PM "I am thankful to have survived emotionally from bad romances in my life"
I'm sorry I couldn't resist.
I'm thankful that Horatio Cane finally has an NPC in game, made last night's Deadmines without a doubt my favourite instance run ever. As much as I want to quote his final lines of the instance, I won't spoil it for anyone.
Nov 24th 2010 3:15PM The irony is either delicious or deliberate. I hope for the former.
Nov 17th 2010 2:38PM I vaguely remember somthing about it taking 2 weeks to get a guild from start to max if all 20 of your contributing members were hitting the guild XP cap each week.
Nov 17th 2010 12:22PM 277 gear I hear will be better than the 80-82 gear but worse than 83 gear. So... you will have better gear sooner... I guess? Depends on how you look at it, you won't be getting higher leveled cata gear any sooner than anyone else, but your gear will be better than their's for a little while.
Nov 17th 2010 12:02PM Edit: Also how they had no idea what he was doing, even when he went through almost the entire speech at the end of Terran SC1 campaign.
Nov 17th 2010 11:59AM I'd miss the various posts my GM has participated in, doing his best Mengsk impression with reference to recent events on the realm. One of my favourites was: "You jackals think you can come into this forum and falsify facts against me? This thread is over."
Also, that thread with that guy trying to hook up with the chick he sat in front of at blizzcon. BRB looking for ending to that story.
He didn't find her Q_Q
Mar 1st 2010 9:37PM For the same reason that I might help my best friend with his school-work, but never do it for him unless it was an emergency. He might need a hand here or there, but he doesn't need me to do it for him. On second thought, it's not just women that I treat that way. I would, of course, offer the same sort of aid to an old man or young child, pretty much anyone who doesn't have the musc (/flex) that I do. Just like I help people who aren't as good in school. Just like I go to ask for my cousin's help if I spill somthing on the carpet, as embarassing as it is, I have no idea how to handle it if it's anything wet (although I'm getting better =) ). I guess it just amounts to me knowing that it would burden me a lot less than it would burden the average women to carry things for a good distance, or move somthing that weighs more than they do. Ergo, if it easier for me to do somthing for someone else, I'm gonna do it. This of course does not apply to opening doors, but the mentality just extends itself to helping, even when it isn't necesary. I'm sorry if you take offense to my saying that men are stronger than women, but we just biologically are. We have moar testosterone! Which of course means bigger muskles. Women happen to better multi-taskers due to a thicker corpeous collosum (link between halves of brain). It's just how it is.
P.S. Poor spelling is -mostly- intentional ;)
Mar 1st 2010 8:46PM @tulipblossom
WIll you marry me?
Seriously, though, are you the only sensible female interwebzer or just the only one that posts?