Sep 4th 2007 9:12PM I agree that it's completely ridiculous for four people to sit and wait for someone to come rez them when they could be running and saving time, but for some reason I still don't mind rezzing everyone if I'm the healer.
Jul 9th 2007 7:13PM @ commentator Sam: lol, I was gonna say the same thing. You can tell he's really nervous! I bet he's under orders not to break and tell everyone REALLY how panicked they are.
Jul 1st 2007 11:05AM I TOTALLY play my DS in the bathroom. Hey, if we're socially allowed to read newspaper in there, why can't we play some games?
Despite that argument, though, I always have my volume down so my family doesn't think I'm weird. Not that it's weird to do, just that people think it's weird.
Jun 25th 2007 10:02AM @11 - If that's the situation, then the real REAL question is, can Link turn into a wolf?
Jun 9th 2007 10:26PM Well, nothing is truly random. If I told you to pick either red or blue, maybe you'd pick blue because you like it better. Or maybe you'd pick red because you don't want to pick a color you like.
AFAIK, any given random number generator (or human, for that matter) you come across can't pick a truly random number out of thin air. It's all about factors.
May 27th 2007 2:20AM Hmm #8, maybe you should read the previous comments before posting one of your own?
May 25th 2007 10:45PM There is not only one pink elekk in Allerian Stronghold; there are at least six. Ben Allen (#3) is probably right on, but what I read is that it's a reference to the movie Dumbo, where someone accidentally got drunk and started seeing pink elephant hallucinations (which, again, is probably taken off of what #3 said).
I had found out about this earlier on WoWWiki, which is where my explanation came from:
May 8th 2007 8:35PM The Head-On commercial is a psychological experiment in advertising (although the product is real). Focus groups revealed that it was a very easily remembered commercial; thus a successful experiement.
The product itself is just wax. It's a placebo. Check out the Wikipedia entry for more info (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HeadOn).
Apr 30th 2007 10:44AM @1: Yep, it's a furbolg village in eastern Winterspring.
That rock looks like it could be the same model used as the moonkin stones in Darkshore and other similar woods-like areas. They've got a glowing blue stone in them right where that hole is.
Apr 3rd 2007 11:05PM Ekimus (comment #3) and Arras (#6; desk buddy!) -- I got the desk at Staples, actually for only $70 or so. I'm very happy with it; it's got a lot of room to put stuff on (and now you've seen all that stuff).
Trospar (#7) -- the Revolution owns. I'm all about Logitech (if you didn't notice from all my gear), so I might be a bit biased, but it suits me very well. The coolest thing to show off is the free-spin middlemouse wheel (it spins freely like a tire!). You can switch it to or from free-spin / click-to-click mode by (1) setting it to change automatically depending on what application is focused, (2) setting the middlemouse button itself to toggle between modes, or even (3) setting it to autoswitch to freespin when you start rotating it fast (the speed is customizable). Right now I've got mine on always click-to-click, though.
Kevin (#8) -- YES! Air-five! Huwah!
Zuuler (#9) -- I decided to start bringing in all my old Nintendo Power magazines to work to read on my breaks (after I decided to stop collecting them and give that huge drawer I keep them in another purpose). While reading this particular issue, I ripped out the page about Ken's stats after I noticed that "haduken" was actually spelled "ha dou ken" (with the spaces). Which is embarrasing, because I actually have a shirt that spells it the wrong way. I was gonna show the page to someone, I think, but meh, whatever.
Jeff (#11) -- Yes, it is! And it was my first issue as well! You get an air-five too! Heeyah! It's thrown out now, though, as sorta explained above...
Thanks for the comments!