Wowsa! I must say this guy is hardcore. To mostly everyone, they’d say he is “nuts”.
Going under the moniker “Prepared” in WoW, he has 36-characters and plays them on 11 computers all at once. Dude pays about $5,700+ per year to keep all of his squad. He’s pretty much his own clan.
Anyways, damn… that’s just too much money and time to be wasting on other things. For example, in Juan-fashion, $5,700 is 5,700 items in Jack in the Box’ Dollar Menu. That can feed hecka/mad/grip amount of peeps. I know that it won’t stop poverty, but that can take a good chunk of negativity away from it.
Maybe we can have this dude take a closer look at what he is doing. Have him contribute in more of a positive way to not only Blizzard but to society as well.
It’s out! Another landmark day in the Creative world. Adobe Creative Suite 4 is shipping and in-stores early this morning. Adobe also announced that for a limited time, owners of: CS2, CS1, Macromedia Studio 8, Studio MX 2004, or Production Studio will qualify for up to $200 on eligible upgrades to CS4. This special offer will last till February 28, 20091.
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With all the weddings that I have been going to lately, I just wish I don’t see this:
The groom should’ve just jumped in after the bride and the priest, and have everyone else jump in the pool to make the most of it. That would’ve been dope, funny and memorable. The bride could feel better if any that way haha