Barrens Chat: Encore

Megan Harris
M. Harris|07.17.08

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Barrens Chat: Encore

I don't get to play World of Warcraft very often anymore. Real life comes up and gets in the way all the time, and then you have to sit back and listen to your friends talk about how much fun they've had in the past few weeks you've been away. So you sit, and you wait, and eventually you get time to log on again, run around, and have a jolly old time. Especially when you get to hang out with good people.

I've never had Ventrilo or any other sort of microphone attachment that would broadcast my voice across the Internet. For one point, I'd have to break down and buy a headset of some sort. Knowing me I'd likely break it within a week, so I'd actually need to buy two, but that's alright. The other reason is, I'm not entirely sure I want the ability to hear other absent minded people like me babbling to themselves, forgetting the rest of the world can hear them.


That being said, maybe one day I will have to break down and look into Ventrilo. If for nothing else, it would be a lot easier to talk to my Australian friends than having to find a phone card that allowed calls to there.

Random characters again, but I'm sure at least some of you know people like this. This comic was though up while my sister, who doesn't play World of Warcraft (or any other electronic game for that matter), decided to sing at me while I was spacing out on the phone playing WoW.

It's the first time I had been able to play in months, give me a break!

See you next week!

Barrens Chat is a weekly comic strip that makes the whole of Azeroth want to break down and get funky. After the insanity has worn off, the people of Barrens Chat like to settle down with a nice hot coacoa around a warm fire, and reminisce about their lives. What am I talking about? I haven't a clue. Come back next week for more random fun and a new comic strip.
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