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More apologies for the lameness

Blogging has been curtailed lately mostly due to that damn game (and the kids, never forget the kids). BoneyBruce has become much more powerful and can travel throughout much of Azeroth without fearing for his life. He's even taking on dragons:

Okay, it's not a dragon, it's a dragonkin. And if I didn't have four other players backing me up I'd be an undead smear on the stone floor. But still, BoneyBruce is now starting to become an undead warlock to be feared.

And thus I compensate for the ineffectiveness of my own life.

Blogging will continue to be lame this weekend our family journeys to Montreal to see the Santa Claus parade, eat dim sum, and watch some football. Back Monday. I hope.


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I am so curious to play this game you have no idea but I dare not, I have too much I want to get done in the day and having that around would completely destroy my social life as Diablo 2 almost did back in the day. I still play Starcraft and old school Warcraft 2 with a friend of mine every now and then, thats good enough.

Its like crack or something, put the gu-- err put the game down bruce... :p

What server are you on?

ANyway this guy can be Canada's next PM. Viva Fox.

Get him up here soon, you'll want to get him on the ballot come January.

He's got some really good points:

"In America they disguise children as witches and wizards, that is contrary to our culture."
-In his culture they disguise loonies/dictators as Presidents.

"No part of the human community can live entirely on its own planet, with its own laws of motion and cut off from the rest of humanity."

He forgot to add "...except Venezuela"

Or look at his allies:

"...Malaysia, for
example, is a great ally and we understand one another perfectly. The countries that make up the OPEC. Algeria, Libya. They are great allies. Libya of Muammar el Qaddafi. With Nigeria, we have similar elements in our focus."

Friends like these, huh Gary.

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