Jul 28th 2011 11:38AM Despite the fact that this video was supposed to be about Youtube LP's, I could tell what was going on in the video at all times, the video wasn't shot with a cell phone video camera (or even better, a regular camera and then turned into a slideshow), and it didn't say "Unregistered Hypercam 2" in the top left corner at all times.
Jul 26th 2011 7:23PM And now, a special message for the young people:
Outbreak was a disaster movie about a disease very much like ebola, back in the mid-nineties. It featured a disease-ridden monkey, and also Morgan Freeman, who was a different character entirely. While I am neither psychic nor a personal acquaintance of Taskdude, I think it is still entirely likely that he was in fact saying that where there is one character from Outbreak, there is another, and it would be sad if Morgan Freeman got ebola, because Morgan Freeman is awesome.
The message concludes.
You may now continue your manic, hysterical downvoting of any comments that mention black people immediately after some other comments mentioned monkeys.
Also can I just say that it is absolutely hilarious that this downvoting was clearly meant to be some kind of anti-racism thing, but what you all actually accomplished was downvoting a person who referred to a black actor as "legendary". Truly a staggering victory against bigotry.
Jul 26th 2011 6:48PM I think in order to reach the largest possible audience, the quests featured in the movie should be the most grandiose, moving, action-packed, emotional quests World of Warcraft has to offer: Quests about poop.
The movie could feature gripping portrayals of looking through fel hound poop in Hellfire Peninsula for lost keys, scavenging for seeds in the talbuk poop of Nagrand, gathering bat poop in Howling Fjord, searching for microfilms inside wolf poop in Borean Tundra, and of course your very own personal pooping ordeal in Grizzly Hills after eating those important seeds without thinking like a great BUFFOON.
Only then can the Warcraft movie thrive and flourish.
Jul 9th 2011 6:03AM Speaking of three strikes, I like how the courts in America hold the ordinary person in so little regard that they feel the need to name various concepts in their legal system after sports (three strikes) and game shows (double jeopardy) to make them more "relatable" to the average man who is apparently considered by law to be an idiot.
Also, the reason they want to throw everyone in jail is because jails have a thriving slave labor thing going on. They manufacture a lot of furniture, traffic signs, license plates and that sort of thing there. I believe they annually make a profit from convicts that's in the billions. It's all about them dolla, dolla bills, y'all.
Also I've used my magical powers of "pattern recognition" and "remembering past events" to notice that there's a bill exactly like this every year, probably since around 2002. Sometimes several per year. Senatorial response is always "hahaha, get out". So yeah I'll be sure to quake in my boots at this dreaded bill that will totally pass this time. Totally.
Mar 18th 2011 11:23AM "Critics who treat adult as a term of approval, instead of as a merely descriptive term, cannot be adult themselves. To be concerned about being grown up, to admire the grown up because it is grown up, to blush at the suspicion of being childish; these things are the marks of childhood and adolescence. And in childhood and adolescence they are, in moderation, healthy symptoms. Young things ought to want to grow. But to carry on into middle life or even into early manhood this concern about being adult is a mark of really arrested development. When I was ten, I read fairy tales in secret and would have been ashamed if I had been found doing so. Now that I am fifty I read them openly. When I became a man I put away childish things, including the fear of childishness and the desire to be very grown up."
-C. S. Lewis
If you know someone who bases their public image and alleged opinions on other people's alleged opinions like their entire life was a marketing study of Things That People In My Focus Group Are Allowed To Enjoy, it may be entirely possible that this person is just completely fucking awful. You must abandon them to their inevitable destiny of whichever cause of death is statistically most likely for such a person, and go find nicer friends.
Feb 2nd 2011 3:51PM Well I guess it's not as though people with reasonable amounts of power don't exist in Warcraft anyways, it's just that they don't get fleshed out so much and you only see them for a few brief quest chains.
I guess I could definitely see John J. Keeshan or Mankrik the Quilboar Slayer getting in on the action. Or to a lesser extent, Lunk the pacifist ogre.
Also as a counterpoint to your argument, Sunaseni, I would just like to point out that Marvel didn't even put Squirrel Girl in any of the Marvel vs Capcom games so obviously Blizzard could stand to drop some of their more overpowered lore figures, as well.
Feb 2nd 2011 10:11AM Warcraft and Starcraft lore is too grandiose. Those guys all fight armies and giant dragons all day every day. Can't really imagine any of them going up against spinning bird kicks and calling that a fair fight.
Lost Vikings would be great for crossover potential, though. Erik, Olaf and Baleog could throw down with the best of them and not be ridiculously overpowered. Maybe some Diablo classes too, though they skirt the line a bit.
Jan 14th 2011 6:02AM Clearly people who don't like Stonecore just aren't stonecore enough.
Jan 12th 2011 9:53AM A can of tuna and a liter of milk.
Why yes, I am a bachelor. How did you guess?
Dec 30th 2010 5:18AM The Kraken stirs. And ten billion sushi dinners cry out for vengeance.