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So last night I logged onto World of Warcraft after playing maybe one hour in a week and a half. The warm welcome I received was pretty good, but the drama issue of the night ended up sucking up a lot of my time and attention. Chalk it up to a big communication problem, but if I didn't give a damn I wouldn't have put myself through such a big discussion over a lesson.

Gah. I was figuring I'd tag along for a long raid, figuring that would be the big time investment of the night. Instead I ended up spending another 3 hours probably, and even then I'm still not certain the dude got all the points that we were trying to make. Enough on that topic, as I've already wasted one evening and am ready to move on.

But speaking of wasting time, my plan for the next month at work? Changed yet again. Hopefully this plan will be closest to realistic. If nothing else, it lets me know what I should be working on and gives me a reason to tell others to go the F away. It will be good to get home tonight.

- Pookah


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Jun. 15th, 2006 08:41 pm (UTC)
WoW Drama
After having watched that one Molten Core raid, it seems that WoW has more drama than I ever would have realised. And what I find myself thinking is this:

I play video games to get away from drama.

So while WoW has looked cool, ceri_blue, you can rest assured that I will not be tempted.

And good luck on the work issues! Nothing worse than trying to work when you don't know what you are supposed to be doing.
Jun. 15th, 2006 08:45 pm (UTC)
More Drama?
What did I manage to miss out on last night? I plan on logging tonight in the hopes of a ZG raid, or failing that some good old fashioned Live Strat or UBRS runs. Does this drama happen to do with the proposed guild alliance? Or is it DKP growing pains?
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