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  1. Apparently I still have an account here too - hey guys :P
  3. Wire: Telegraph UK (TEL) Date: Nov 19 2009 2:00:42 10 Reasons to Dislike the British, By the Belgians Nov. 18 (Telegraph) -- Britons are lazy drunks who have the worst cuisine in the world, according to a Belgian newspaper's list of ten reasons to dislike the British. Amid growing tensions over the final vote for the EU presidency, the French-language regional newspaper La Capitale offered a list of our most irritating national traits. La Capitale issued an invitation to Belgians: "Let's kick out “les Rosbifs” who are shooting down European opportunities for our important politicians. These English - who are the blockers of an integrated Europe – how do you like them?" 1. They are self-centred. (Literally: They think they are the belly button of the world.) 2. Their language is universal. So they refuse to even try to speak ours when they get lost over here. (80 per cent don’t even want to take a phrase book on holidays with them!)... but they look at you condescendingly if you speak English badly. 3. They can't do anything like everyone else (drive on the left etc). 4. They have the worst cuisine in the world 5. They drink warm beer, much to the despair of even our least talented brewers. 6. They are such drunks! According to a study, the English drink eight alcoholic drinks a day during the holidays. 7. Their climate is even worse than ours. 8. Their tabloids only think about bums and scandals. 9. They unfairly knocked out the Red Devils from the 1990 World Cup... we haven't forgotten that goal, in the last second, by David Platt! 10. We havent forgotten their hooligans either, responsible for the death of 39 people at Heysel in 1985. The paper went on to acknowledge that Britons were not all bad, however. La Capitale conceded that English gardens, London at Christmas, and the small matter of the repeated intervention of "liberators who came to our aid every time we were invaded" were all reasons to love the British. What are the 10 worst things about the Belgians? -0- Nov/18/2009 18:00 GMT
  4. They don't have time to push through these bills before the election anyway so its more an early manifesto than anything concrete.
  5. Yay for no student loan?
  6. The thing I notice in general is that alot of heals end up overhealing the same target. Especially on fights like razorscale where 2-3 people at a time are taking damage. Say if I get fireballed and so does someone else, I will automatically begin to BH me and the other person. However because of reaction times/lag etc. not only will my BH go off (and probably overheal a bit anyway) but I will get showered with 3 other FoLs, Nourishes, FHs etc. I know Razorscale is a prime fight for this to happen but I notice it on pretty much every other fight. Well its either that or noone ends up healing the damaged person because of range or the "someone else will do it" mentality. I also admit I don't use incoming direct heal thingymebobs but I tend to notice that my overhealing is generally pretty low, so i guess i must be doing something right. Also you've been failing at Mimiron because I'm not there
  7. On a side note I think Dan needs a larger castbar.
  8. pff, its all about Gillingham being back in League One, noone cares about Scunthorpe.
  9. <Gum or Bin> <Red Bull or Rain>
  10. Holy: Tank: Good at preparing for predictable incoming damage with PWS, ProM and Renew. A Serendipitied Gheal has the potential for burst, although this is of course reliant using FH, which sometimes isn't enough, even if it is stronger than Disc's (Mimiron) and greater potential for overhealing. Obviously not as strong as a Disco Priest in this respect, but the strong ProMs and Renews make up for this somewhat. AoE: Great at both predictable, sustained and unpredictable AoE. Any AoE can be countered using a combination of (Serendipitied and 20% cheaper) PoH, CoH and a (lower CD and 20% cheaper)ProM either by precasting or reacting. Obviously relies on the raid being close together but all AoE healing does (I even specced Holy Reach to give people more leeway). RSTS: Similar to Disc in this respect, but worse as its tools are the same but they cost more. Empowered Renew was probably an attempt to give Holy a unique RSTS tool, but as its a HoT, will generally be snipped by another healer. SoL is our best source of RSTS healing, but this is unpredictable and therefore unreliable. A little disjointed but you get the picture.