Thanks to my brother for pointing out this banner to me:
I don’t play World of Warcraft, but I’ve seen my brother playing it quite a few times. And I’ve also seen his computer play it all by itself quite a few times when my brother wasn’t home. If that ain’t cheating I don’t know what is; eh, my computer won this game for me. Top score! Autograph? But of course you can’t win WoW.
But that’s not what this ramble’s about. This ramble’s about the banner above, you can click for larger version, which is a World of Warcraft signup banner. Signing up means paying money. So a kid may think twice about signing up.. at least until he sees the banner above. Naked skin.
Heck, even I pondered about investing some cash into a date- I mean, roleplaying online.. ’cause it’s not a game, is it? It’s a world.
Here, Blizzard entertainment, I took the trouble of making a couple more for you:
Boy, do I feel like a good feminist today! Here’s one for the younger kids :)
Old news but still applicable:
One of the Dell batteries I’ve had laying about is apparently explosive. I thought I had already checked the batteries, but it turned out that I’d overlooked the backup batteries I keep in the Support Dep (meaning my office). I keep them in case someone needs ’em. Good thing I didn’t distribute this one. But I’m not sure whether it had already been used or not. If you have a Dell laptop, check your battery against the info on: www.dellbatteryprogram
It takes a couple of minutes (you don’t have to turn off your laptop if you’re on DC power), and it can save you from going out in a blaze of fire PLUS giving you a totally new and free battery. Thumbs up!