Jan 20th 2012 2:57PM @kingoomieiii --> Lol!
On the contrary, though, I would think a brick shithouse would be decidedly easy to hit.
Jan 17th 2012 10:56AM I completely disagree....
...these jokes aren't the least bit funny.
Jan 17th 2012 10:53AM Yeah! He's like a sheep in wolf's clothing.
Jan 9th 2012 2:39PM I too love the toons of old, but you have to give a nod to Adventure Time. It's the bees knees.
Dec 21st 2011 1:59PM Contrary to popular belief, battle.net will go down from time to time.
Mostly on your birthday, although sometimes you have to ask...
Dec 16th 2011 3:51PM I think also that a lot of people are forgetting that, for most of us, this is our 1st chance to participate in endgame raiding. While you wax intellectual about the pros and cons of the current state of endgame versus its evolution, the rest of us are enjoying some really nice content that would have been inaccessible to us in any prior expansion to date.
I think the contraction of certain aspects of the game, most notably the dungeons, speaks to the fact that we are being presented each patch with new and growing ways to spend the time we have. At one point our allotted time to play each week was easily spread leveling and raiding some vast and deep content. Now, that same amount of play time (and often less as life splits our focus), must be divided up among leveling, dungeons/raids, rep, dailies, holidays, achievements, guild achievements, darkmoon, new race/class alts, and who knows what else to come.
Many people would naturally be disappointed that their preferred content was not as expansive as it was before, and still many others would be glad to see some fresh ways to waste the day away. But at the end of the day the variety of ways to play can only be seen as the best way to evolve the game.
Dec 15th 2011 10:44AM You have my titanium spork (with LED flashlight).
Dec 15th 2011 10:42AM Must needs have.
Oct 7th 2011 1:39PM ♫♫ Here's my daughter, she has AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA... wonderful disposition ♫♫