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Horror Story With a Happy Ending

No, not that kind perverts. So, I showed up at Gamestop at about quarter of ten, and was the third person in line. Third! There was much geekery and nerding and I was the oldest person there for the longest time, at the dried up age of 28. After waiting, and chatting, and discussing PvP, and raiding, and all that good stuff, they opened! Hurray!

I walk inside, and give them my phone number for my preorder, and pick up a third copy for a guildmate who’s local that preordered from Circuit City(they gave him a delivery date of Dec 22nd, he cancelled). So, they give me my total, I swipe my card….declined. WTF?! I swipe it again…declined. They run it as credit….declined. Pwned.

So, I ran off to find an ATM, and call Sharon to have her call them and find out how late they’re letting people in, and find out it was happening to everyone. Every card that was swiped was declined. I lost my third spot in line for no good reason! Argh!

However, I found an ATM, scored my copies of Wrath, and am now installing. Happy! Anyone else have horror stories of Wrath day?

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  1. Jeremiah said,

    February 5th, 2009 at 11:19 pm

    Ahhhh, you must be in the Phoenix area? this happened to my brother in law as well. He told me a story of someone yelling “They were not prepared!” I loled IRL!

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    April 23rd, 2009 at 9:49 pm

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    April 23rd, 2009 at 9:49 pm

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    April 23rd, 2009 at 9:52 pm


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