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I 4kd up.

A few months back, I went on a prolonged rant/rave about having my primary monitor die and how I’d replaced it with a new 4k display and how shiny it was. It turned out that this was not, actually, the … Continue reading

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We Are Already Living in the Future, And You Can Keep Your Flying Cars

OK, OK, that’s a bit of hyperbole.  I like hyperbole.  Also I stole the post title from threepanelsoul without guilt or shame because I don’t like guilt and don’t know what you meat people mean by “shame”. Last winter, I … Continue reading

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WoW: Decisions, Decisions

I’ve spent my last three workdays in mandatory training classes taught by an instructor who I suspect to be a malevolent insect wearing an poorly-fitting skin suit. It has not been a good time, for me or – presumably – … Continue reading

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WoW: I See Dead People

Got to level 77 tonight, running a few new instances along the way. I think stuff is starting to have frontal AEs (“Cleaves” I think is the vernacular), because we’ll be zipping along through a dungeon with no worries and … Continue reading

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If it’s Monday, it must be Northrend?

My whirlwind tour of WoW’s old expansions continues, with another batch of Wrath of the Lich King dungeons finished and a couple of ancillary achievements knocked out.  Dungeon experience is notably a little sluggish where I’m at right now, but … Continue reading

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WoW: Tanks Are Morons Edition

OK, not ALL tanks. Had a couple of groups in a row where the yahoo pulling the dungeon appeared to have no concept of casting times, heal ranges, or line-of-sight issues.   Made it through both eventually anyway, though at least … Continue reading

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WoW: Level 60, Time For Raids!

So, I had planned to try out WoW’s LFR tool to see if anyone still ran the old classic raids. It turns out that, well, even if anyone DOES still run these at level, the LFR tool isn’t available until … Continue reading

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