Yours COULD have logic if the person has noticed all things green happen on Thursdays (Patty's day. Mother does Thanksgiving in Green, whatever...) then associates Thursday with both green AND his cat dying that day.
Yes, there is logic... when you take into consideration peoples zany ideas and way their brains map things there could be the most logical of logic chains ever... that also happen to be totally illogical at the same time. ^_^
In short: Logic is only as good as it's information. All elephants are pink; Nellie is an Elephant, therefore Nellie is Pink. Makes logical sense... so long as you don't convince the person that elephants aren't pink or, worse, the person refuses to look at another elephant or, even worse, sees a grey elephant and says it's pink.
Trust me, it happens WAY MORE than you think! :P
Had a former EIC once wrote my boss up because he defended my color choice for a cover. It was clearly red, and the company didn't double-swap it so it came out hot pink. We showed him the swatch book and he said, flat out, it was pink. Even my boss said "no... it's clearly red, the whole staff can see this" and he got written up for it.
Well, yes, on a forum it might be useful if you explain your reasoning.
But not giving a reason, or giving a 'bad' reason, doesn't invalidate that opinion.
I also bet all that Cata changes to old world did not improve their new player retention. Such a huge investment for remaking the old world and no benefit at the end. On top of that, lack of content in Cata lead to then current players to leave the game as well. Remaking old world was a lose-lose for Blizzard. They did not gain new players and lost current players.
After cata disaster, they made MOP. MOP is the most contentious expansion with all the panda/china hate etc.
If they kept making TBC/WotLK type expansions with 10 levels and lots of dungeons and raids instead of slacking and making rehashed content and half-size raid tiers, I believe their sub losses would be less than what it is now.
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Go play Duke Nukem if want a manly game. This is just like the period after the Garrosh kill cinematic came out when ppl (including some tard friends) screamed "ooh Vol'jin is so shitty how can he represent the horde he's skinny and ugly and not kewl" when in WC III he actually help to conquer the lands we now know as Durotar along with Thrall, Chen Stormstout (that u need to find first), Rexxar and many others.
So yes Chen Stormstout has been in the lore far back and imo i don't consider pandaren as comedy characters, to me it just seems a behaviour - hybrid race that can be funny, aggresive and all confucious-like wise.
Face your Demons, befriend them, listen to their needs and feed them regularly in times when you and your closest ones get afflicted the least. No one likes a hungry demon on the loose.
The common man is like a worm in the gut of a corpse, trapped inside a prison of cold flesh, helpless and uncaring, unaware even of the inevitability of its own doom.
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To me MoP feels like a filler expansion. First we get Illidan, Lich King and Deathwing, then a expansion with kung fu pandas and no clear "main boss".