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⚠️ This podcast is rated E.S. for extremely silly and may contain bad words bad jokes and other bad content that is not suitable for children maybe it is we don't know we're not their parents.
To click or not to click, that is the question
Whether 'tis easier for the hand to suffer
The many clickings of the left mouse button
Or to bind thy skills to hot keys on the keyboard
For by clicking slowly your parse will dwindle
No more, a gaming mouse will end
The hand-ache and the sorrow you will feel
To bind, to click, ah there's the rub
For binding brings 40-55 APM and good numbers will come
Disappointing Other People
User Interrace and Keybindings vs Clicking!
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YOU CAN’T MAKE THIS SITH UP
People who are "too busy" to do more than one thing. An epidemic has been sweeping the galaxy-- no, not the Rakghoul plague, we’ve pretty much cured that. I mean people who do group content with other people and do not or will not help. A long time ago in a galaxy far away a young healer took to a trip to the Valley of the Machine Gods-- as a dps. The group she was with was tackling Tyth, the robot of rage. In certain phases of this boss several ads appear, some of which need to be interrupted. At some point a dps, who will remain nameless due to licencing restrictions, expressed the need for an extra interrupt to be thrown out on an ad by one of the healers. To this request both healers responded that they could not, in fact, use their interrupt at all in this fight because they were “too busy”. As a heal main herself, this made the dps particularly cranky and after a quick check of the healers numbers in the parser, she felt even grumpier. After several more failed attempts, the group ended for the evening. Perhaps these healers did not know what an interrupt was. Perhaps they were also baking desserts while raiding and that was why they were “too busy” to help. Or, in this reporter’s opinion, they need to fucking get good.
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