May 30, 2007
I felt kind of guilty . . . but not really. I mean, I know my thoughts are supposed to be with God during church, but they aren't always. And if they aren't, then they might as well be doing something productive. And I might as well write it down.
But seriously, I usually only write during church if the sermon gives me an interesting (and related) thought. Then I'll jot it down. I try to be good.
May 28, 2007
My brother likes garlic. A lot. He told me, "I made pasta with garlic and butter, but there wasn't enough garlic. So I started adding more garlic and decreasing the pasta until I was pretty much just roasting garlic for lunch."
I later accused him of putting garlic in everything, and he denied it. His defense? "I only put garlic in things when I remember to."
May 26, 2007
AFK means "Away From Keyboard." Rogues sometimes join battlegrounds (mini-games in Warcraft, with prizes and honor), go into stealth (become invisible), and go AFK while everyone else plays, just to get the marks and honor.
I've come across this once, where fighting was happening very close to a stealthed rogue, and I went to help out and died. When I got back, the rogue hadn't moved. *sigh*
May 25, 2007
For those of you who don't know Leah, she's my brother's wife. We play World of Warcraft together, Leah and Jon and me and Alex.
Leah is an elf rogue, I am a human priest, and dumb guy is a human mage.
The symbols above me and Leah are a booster spell that priests can do: "Power Word: Fortitude." Also, "Pain" is one of the better attack spells for priests.
Oh, and in case you were wondering, both of those things have already happened to me (you can remove your character's equipment, and 12-year-old boys like to get female characters and strip them to their underwear). Boys are so stupid.
Edit 2011: You know, looking back on my 4 years of playing World of Warcraft, I have to say . . . this comic is still 100% accurate.