I was running Razorfen Kraul with my friend (he was the tank, I was the priest) and we jumped in the random queue, which is always interesting. You pray you don’t end up with a bunch of ‘tards.
So, we were having an issue with a huntard (which I guess is good learning for me, because I do have a level 10 hunter I’ll eventually go back to), and then we were going to kick him, but then we lost someone to LD. So we got this new tank. We got through a mob and the boss that looks like a huge water elemental.
So, I we get through that and new guy was like, “Hold up…”
And I was thinking like, “Cool, I can refill on mana…”
And he continues, “…I gotta shoot up.”
And my friend was like, “WTF”
So a few moments later, the guy was ready, and then says, “My foot is swelling up.”
And my friend shoots back, “I don’t think that’s where the s*** goes…but what do I know.” LOL.
“Alchemy recipes now require Crystal Vials. Deathwing broke all the others because he’s mean (or because he didn’t want alchemists to carry 5 different vials around with them).”—http://www.worldofwarcraft.com/patchnotes/
“There was a Mogadon version of Bones which was really slow and had uh… Someone mic’ed up the exercise bicycle in John Leckie’s flat. That was in the RAK session. I didn’t really mention that before because it was a hideously embarrassing moment.
You do things to try and shake things up a bit and that involved cycling at the right speed along to Bones at the end. It’s kind of like sort of whirring that went around… And I remember it because I had to bloody ride the bike. You know how it’s graded 1 to 10? Well to get the right sound it had to be on 10, so it’s like cycling up Everest. It’s like impossible and you’re supposed to cycle in time.
That’s the kind of depths that we stooped to on that recording.”—Ed on his contribution to Bones (via henshinagogo)
I don’t care what the haters say, it’s a great movie. Yes it’s not Grease. And it will never be as good as the original, but I love it to bitsies. Actually watched Grease 2 BEFORE Grease 1, so I think I love it a little more. I have more memories of watching it as a kid.
Loved the reference in Glee, though. The songs are definitely not as good in G2, but I still love them so much.
“Sean asks for the whole story. So Madeline starts with “In 1944, an aircraft…” and goes through the whole thing. See, exposition is supposed to work with one character telling another something that they might both know, but the viewers don’t. When one character tells another something that the audience already knows, it’s not exposition. It’s boring.”—
Montykins @ Television Without Pity (s1e6 recap of The Event)
Probably explains why I can’t be bothered with following the rest of the season. I think I’ll just read TWP recaps.