O7 Total Buiscuit


(Ralph King-Griffin) #1

o7

33 , fuckcancer.


(Veine Miromme) #2

We used to chat on a WoW site almost everyday.
I think it was called WoW Radio.


(Nana Skalski) #3

There is EVE radio channel in EVE, people are chatting there daily too. As the time goes by, as EVE gets older, some people inevitably will be gone, one day they will just stop logging and maybe nobody even will know why… R.I.P. also those who could not say last farewell. o7


(Veine Miromme) #4

That WoW Radio site was not a channel in WoW.
They had a mIRC chat or some other protocol.
He worked very hard, was good in business, and apparently served in the military before that.


(Vortexo VonBrenner) #5

o7 see ya


(Ralph King-Griffin) #6

ah lads seriously,
he was , regardless of the wow bias ,
a pcmr advocate and a pc port snob
that was willing to put up with our shite to inform the public of the state of play for {whatever}.

rip lad, god speed.


(Imustbecomfused) #7

RIP,

wont be long soon


(Mark O'Helm) #8

Rest in peace TB.


(system) #9

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