While at work today I had what I thought was a really great idea for a post. It was pretty deep, but not something that you'd have to spend forever to figure out. It covered a lot of ground without being too broad. It was even pretty simple. I had it figured out. I'd gone over it in my head and even written a bit of an outline, though that isn't to imply that it would have been too long to easily read.
Unfortunately I forgot it.
Can we just pretend that this is a really great post about World of Warcraft with potential application in the wider genre of MMORPGs?
Thank you and have a happy day before Independence Day. Unless you're English, in which case have a happy day before you lost to ramble-rousers in wigs and the French.
Oh right, that reminds me of my other, much worse idea: Do people outside the US care about the fourth of July? My first thought was maybe, since we are pretty big and important. But that seemed incredibly arrogant. Britain is plenty important and I have no clue when they have a comparably important day, such as signing the Magna Carta or something of that sort. Then again, what American other than the CIA knows anything about the rest of the world? Even the CIA is in doubt. Maybe it is arrogant, but it could still be true, after all, odds are we've recently invaded your nation or at least invaded someone nearby and called your nation evil.
In related news, I got early fireworks from using a grinder to cut nails. I'm hoping the coating of metal on my eyes protected me from the blinding sparks.
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