What We Link

Ok, there ‘s been some confusion about Parliamentary Papers.  If I don ‘t cite your article, it doesn ‘t mean I don ‘t like you.  I probably  hate you.  With a blind seething passion and say “NO THOU SHALT NOT BE LINKED. “ Insert obligatory “j/k “ or “lol “ here.

The “point “ of Parliamentary Papers, if there is a point, is to point out articles that you  might not have read this week.  If  Larisa wrote something thought-provoking that I loved, I ‘m going to assume that most of you probably read it ““ so I ‘m not going to include it.

And I try to avoid guides because I ‘m already linking them elsewhere.  If someone wrote an  awesome guide, I ‘m going to most likely put it on the  Resource Page or  Healer Addon Page so you can find it when you need it, forever and ever.  Or at least until Cata when the pages get redone with brand-new info.  Parliamentary Papers would be ginormous if I linked all the stuff that I was adding to the resource pages every week.

This Week ‘s Reading

Elitism: I love Gnomes, they ‘re delicious talks about how  elitist players are like Arizonians.  It ‘s an interesting analogy!

Resto Druid: Kae at Dreambound talks about  when to use Nourish.  Some druids really hate using it at all, so this is an interesting look at when it is appropriate, plus a cataclysm preview.

Taming Druids? Dragonshade at Glimpses of Azeroth talks about  Dishu, the Druid-look-alike-kitty, while TheWowStorm cites  precedent for hunters taming druids.

WoW Spouses: Keredria at Tree of Life  revists WoW spouses.  Kind of like BFF ‘s in-game.. kind of.

The Ick: Redhawk at Redhawk ‘s Gaze talks about  Sickness and WoW, and when you should bow out of playing.

Star Wars Galaxies: Keen talks about  playing SWG on a Pre-CU server.  Holy crap, this made me want to fire up the old discs and find that beta server, wherever it is.  I loved this game back in the day.  I served as a player correspondent, and I met my husband through it.  I have not made friends in WoW like I made in SWG “¦ it just isn ‘t the same, community-wise.  I ‘m rambling, but this made me feel so nostalgic.

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