This "blog" is "great" and I "really" like it a "lot." It makes me "laugh."
Imagine trying to play World of Warcraft without killing anything.
Charlotte sent me to this blog of a person trying to do just this. "Reinisch" is a pacifist undead priest on The Venture Co., an RP/PVP server. For those who don't know World of Warcraft this is very very difficult as most of the quests require killing something or another and there are very few ways other than killing things and quests to obtain experience.
This seemed so ludicrous and impractical I had to try it. So meet "Peacewalker," a peaceloving tauren druid who is already level 5 without killing a thing. Most of the experience has come from discovering new geographic zones, which conveys some minimal experience, and gathering or courier quests which require no killing. Come meet him on The Venture Co. server. He's in Reinisch's guild, "The Pacifist."
My friend, Maria, said she couldn't really understand what was funny about some of my recent posts, so I thought I should post this primer for her and others.
And now you, and Maria, should be able to translate this:
Z0M6 |V|4R14 15 +3H N00b!!!1!!
Note how many screens Veggietales opened on? Think it's coincidental? I really doubt it knowing the wry and silly humor behind Veggietales. I'm pretty sure it was a great joke for them.
I had no idea Maine driving was so uber. Better have leet skillz.
And as long as we are on the subject, here's a machinima vid I can't get out of my head.
Probably not, because this is my CD Cover Meme!
Make your own...
The first article title on the page is the name of your band. [Mine]
The last four words of the very last quote is the title of your album. [Mine]
(You may have to refresh the page to get a fresh set of quotes.)
The third picture, no matter what it is, will be your album cover. [Mine, by Christin Allen]
If you upload it to Flickr, tag it: "cdcovermeme".
This meme comes to me courtesy of Fuzzy.
Oh, and be careful. This meme is kind of addictive...
My good pal Brian sent me this link to The Story of Stuff which traces the production of our unsustainable gluttony of stuff in a very cool interactive format.
Brian told me I should put a link to it on my blog. And of course I do whatever Brian tells me to do. (Brian, get your own damn blog!)
Here's a preview...