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Here's a random collection of some posts I starred in my reader over the past month or so.  Ya know, in case you hadn't seen 'em.

Ravious of Kill Ten Rats poses the question of what makes one unsubscribe from a blog.  Even I tossed up an answer in the comments.

Tobold reminds new and veteran bloggers alike that reader quality is more important than quantity.

Klepsacovic of Troll Racials are Overpowered shares why blogging needs to be more accessible to casuals in his usual, brilliant, tongue-in-cheek way.

If you haven't seen these sketches by Tami, you have to… and all the other sketches she posts up.  They are adorable and she has incredible talent.

Gnomer of Armaggedon's Coming is running a contest for saving souls… either by polymorphing a warlock or creating a rehab program.  Although I don't quite understand why Illidan is the poster boy for soul rehab, it's Gnomer's show and his rules.  I will definitely be submitting a rehab program.  I only have a few more days to finish it up!

Fulguralis of Killing 'em Slowly shares his displeasure over Illidan being the warlock rehab poster boy.  Oh, and the reasons he'll never enter treatment for his soul addiction.

Saresa of Destructive Reach shares reasons why it's for the best that our toons cannot reproduce.

Player Vs. Developer takes a look at privacy implications of using RealID.

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We are a family of gamers. Mom (Darcy/Syrana) and Dad (Brian/Sideshow) have been gaming for as long as they can remember back when you only had a joystick to use and saved your games to cassette tapes.

They've been gaming together since they met in 2002. Sometime after 2006, they both started playing World of Warcraft and did that for many years. They started this blog, originally called Sideshow & Syrana which has now transitioned to the new Stay-At-Home Gamers site, while keeping all of the original content.

Starting in 2010, two more gamers came along (now known as Princess Boo and Mr. X) and they are now old enough where they both enjoy playing games and watching others play games. They are both excited to have others to watch them play their favorite games. Come along with us and let's enjoy these games together!