||[Aug. 26th, 2006|06:36 am]
Monday Night Dead...persons.
Ok, I got it wrong...?|
Not to be a dick, but, in the interest of clarity and rebuttal:
[13:44] aakinp: it's not that I'm sick of wow, per se (although I'm definately not as into it as I was) just I can't switch days, and having to play on mondays was kinda bugging me anyways. I'm not sure what I'm doing these days. free time is precious, and real people win always.
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[13:44] aakinp: So it's better to pass it on.
[13:44] aakinp: And I hope you're working instead of sleeping.
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OK, so what you mean to say is, you are sick of WoW.
What is it that makes me stop playing? Blizzard or their providers hosing things. People behaving asininely. Nobody available to game.
What is it that makes me play? Partying with friends. Occasionally, blowing off steam. Partying with friends.
For me, the real people win. They just sometimes happen to be in a game. For all my protestations, I play it to be social. I can solo game or hop on BatMUD if all I want is a gaming experience or environment.
If the seldom-met designated night was bugging you and there are no other nights, debating the semantics of why that is is rather moot, though.