“Herro, my name is [insert name]. I am over here, and this folder over there is no longer working for anyone. You know this thing, it use to given me access, but it change and no longer access. What ha’ happen to it?”
No, not that closet, you perv, the one over there with LEDs and purple loot. Yeah, that one! While some may or may not be surprised that I have and do play games. *gasp* Yes, its true. Even more, I have been known to play a game that some-odd million people play as well. *WOW* Yes. No, really, WoW. I’ll wave my nerd, geek, and WoW flags with pride. The game that is World of Warcraft was just a side thing that I played from time to time. I was then sucked in when my roommate started playing it. Now that I am married, the game took a back seat (well, middle seat rather… hey hey, I can be honest!). This past December, World of Warcraft: Cataclysm launch, I got the misses hooked. We both leveled a toon from start to almost finish together. Now, we raid together. *AWWWWW!*
That aside, I intend on making guides, quick access information, and you might even see any sort of progress I\my guild makes in End-Game PVE (Player versus Environment) content.
TLDR: I play World of Warcraft. Get OK with it. Get OK with there being posts in a WoW manner. Wave your geek flag high!
If anyone hasn’t seen this yet, I’d recommend to do so. Apparently Microsoft is doing some sort of event with the Windows Phone in New York within the hour. This video was released to show a time lapse of the building of the gigantic windows phone for the event. Six stories gigantic at that!
I think its time for something nice and emotional. At the start of the video, I thought this was going to be a Free Hugs Campaign v2.0 but the message at the end hits like a ton of bricks (not that I have ever been hit by a ton of brick, but it’s a saying). I titled this post accordingly. So many times we see people have an invisible ten foot pole between them and someone in a wheelchair or any other mental or physical disability. Put them in a bear suit and they become your best unknown friend. Sad. I’d be willing to bet that we don’t place insomniacs at a degraded human rank, yet theirs is a disability too. I know for a fact we do not because I am one. Anywho embrace the hugs, break the invisible walls, and, as my daughter says, “No more grumpy!”
Anyone ever see these parody songs by The Lonely Island? Apparently I am behind on the interweb videos on YouTube. Anyways, enjoy. Here is the link to the full playlist The Lonely Island YouTube Playlist
… and by “domain” I mean…. SUPER FREAKING AWESOME SITE YOU WILL ALWAYS VISIT! (ok, I am better now)