Sep 17th 2009 9:47AM Check out the comments at Engadget Mobile. Someone explains the "with Google" thing. Apparently it boils down to "Google has said that any phone that doesn't restrict the app market and comes loaded with Google's suite of utilities like mail, search, calendar, etc. can bear the 'with Google' logo." Or something like that... Don't quote me.
Apr 14th 2008 8:41AM If you don't like "gunhavers" to a Cheat Commando cartoon (or at least a Crack Stuntman cartoon) from homestarrunner.com you should have your blogging licenses revoked ;)
Dec 14th 2007 5:21PM Why are people just accepting group invites from random lvl 1 characters anyway?
Dec 14th 2007 10:16AM If 17 hours is the average, then your claim that at least 4.5 million people play as much as you do is not necessarily accurate. If 17 hours was the median, then your claim would be necessarily true.
Given a base of 9.3 million (as of 11/15/07), 4.3 million players @ 24 hours a week and 5 million players @ 14 hours a week would generate an even higher average play time (19.2 hours/week), but still would not support your claim that at least 4.5 million people play as much as you.
Dec 13th 2007 1:23PM It has officially been wanged.
Nov 28th 2007 3:28PM @6
Yeah, when you learn how to chain fear effectively, you can take down elites roughly 2 levels higher than you solo, depending on the size of your mana pool I suppose.
Also, always remember to use CoR: Rank 1 for CC purposes ;)
Nov 28th 2007 3:09PM So wait... The was the orc clan named Blackrock even back on Draenor? Where there isn't a Blackrock Mountain? That would be weird...
Nov 27th 2007 3:30PM @Argent/#8
lol. Agreed. A grind is a grind. All you're really doing is grinding non-combat pets. IT happens to earn you levels along the way. In truth, all any of us are doing is just grinding for better gear and more money. It just happens to earn us levels along the way.
Here's my question: what happens when these people using these exotic leveling techniques screw up and "accidentally" earn experience outside the purview of their experiments? Do they start over? Or do they just pretend it didn't happen? How do we know that any of these people actually accomplished what they set out to accomplish?
Nov 15th 2007 1:34PM Hey! I also sent in that shot! What a coincidence!