Fans of Diablo 3, you’re welcome: Kotaku Article Here.
Only for this weekend though, I have a feeling someone’s baby might go starving . . .
So now that season two of The Walking Dead is over, I needed another show to watch. I heard good things about Game of Thrones so I decided to give it a shot. I think the first episode had like a pair of boobs per every five minutes of viewing ratio. Couple that with the medieval/fantasy setting, and I didn’t stand a chance. I was hooked to the max. My wife is less impressed with the boob ratio, but she watches with me. We just finished episode seven and it is a freaking good show. Of course, this is my subjective opinion, so let me correct my last statement, I think this is a freaking awesome show. Sorry, no youtube examples of the boob ratio, but the show is more than just boobs. Pretty engaging and they do a good job of ending each episode on a cliff hanger to keep you wanting more. So that’s pretty much my take on it for now.
While waiting for May 15th (D3 day), I’ve been taking a look at other upcoming games one of which is Guild Wars 2. It looks pretty sweet actually. I remember having a good time with Guild Wars 1 when it first came out. Me and a group of friends started up this guild, JLO (Justice League Offsprings, crappy name, but I just wanted the JLO tag) and played ranked pvp matches every Wednesday. We didn’t have enough members initially so we climbed to rank 200 hundred using the henchman, Stephan. Then real people started joining the guild and we got to around rank 50-ish (don’t remember the exact rank) out of thousands of guilds for a brief moment. I remember we had a guildie from Finland or something and he got up at 4 or 5 in the morning to run those ranked matches with us. That dude was dedicated. But as more and more people started to play the game, and as the talent pool got deeper and deeper, we started to lose more often and our guild faded away into insignificance. Ah the nostalgia brag. But yea, Guild Wars 2 looks good. If I do decide to try it out, I might have to not sleep at all in order to balance the strip, my kid, D3, and GW 2.
Here’s a youtube video of some guy listing his reasons to play GW2. Kind of old, but I like it cause he gives respect to World of Warcraft:
Results for : Who thinks a fist bump can be taken back? (A New Neighbor part 13) 196 votes
88: I don’t. Fist bumps are a binding contract between true bros.
55: I do, but only at the cost of a severed hand.
33: I do, because fist bumps are for tards.
20: I don’t, because they are ratified in the constitution and to take one back, requires an amendment.
Looks like fist bumps are a binding contract. I actually like the amendment answer the best cause it’s so ridiculous. But yea, thanks everyone for voting.