Nov 1st 2011 5:22PM I really enjoy reading your Lore posts but I will admit I am fairly a latecomer to Warcraft/WoW, so I am missing a great deal of context for all the context you're providing.
Is there a website (or post I've missed) or could something be done to kind of frame everything in a narrative from earliest to latest so that I could basically figure out who all these people, places, and events are and why they're important from the beginning? Something of a "The story so far..." would be helpful to know why I should care about ridding the murloc infestation or leveling all the way up to Deathwing.
It's somewhat frustrating entering a random dungeon and having no clue why I'm there or why the people I'm fighting are in the least bit important in the overall scheme of things.
Jul 30th 2009 6:05PM I'd love it, thanks!
Jul 23rd 2009 3:30PM And yet another post from our dear friend Ms. Raskin where the consumer is the foul villain and the whole world of restaurants suffers tremendously beneath our greedy, selfish boorishness.
Tell me, Slashfood, when will you be running a series of articles from the perspective of the restaurant customer who suffers through rude wait staff who take their sweet time serving overpriced, low quality food and assume their own sense of entitlement when their bad attitude makes us "forget" to leave a tip.
Jan 17th 2009 12:49AM "The biggest problem was yet to come: his daughter just began reading a copy of 'Everybody Poops.""
Aug 29th 2008 8:00PM Coming this fall: Saw 13: Th!$ $@w iz L33t!
Jul 20th 2008 4:57PM The problem with your argument is that you forget one part of the equation, a part that even Christopher missed in his article.
Not only would you, say, be buying coffee at your local grocery store and brewing it at home, you're also taking that coffee into Starbucks and drinking it while there. A better rhetorical question he could have asked would be, "Would you cook your own food at home and take it into your local restaurant-of-choice to eat?"
If you specifically choose to go to Panera Bread to meet up with your friends, use the wi-fi, and get some work done, and the sandwich is incidental to that activity, why not just take one with you?
Apr 26th 2008 12:56AM This thing is bluetoothed to my cell, that way whenever I get a call I get to hear that Black Sabbath song. You know, "Duuuh Duuuh Du Du Duhhh...."
Dec 25th 2007 11:19PM I'd love to go back to Boston! I spent two weeks there back in college and I simply loved it!
Aug 10th 2007 5:23PM Being the only democrat at the Iowa caucuses, Nicole Kidman knew that one accidental remark about universal healthcare would spell her end.
Jun 16th 2007 2:08PM Jack: So that's what's inside?! Um...Locke, maybe we shouldn't have blown the hatch after all.