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  1. Almost all the "good" artifacts have tons of cold & energy resist and relatively little poison & fire. On one of my toons, I can actually remove two pieces of armor and still have 70 Energy resist. Is this deliberate to force people to use some runic pieces, or is it just some weird oversight?
  2. Eh this sucks.. San Andreas 'Fully Loaded' for Major Quake By Alicia Chang Associated Press posted: 21 June 2006 03:44 pm ET LOS ANGELES (AP)—New earthquake research confirms the southern end of the San Andreas fault near Los Angeles is overdue for a Big One. The lower section of the fault has not produced a major earthquake in more than three centuries. The new study, which analyzed 20 years of data and is considered one of the most detailed analyses yet, found that stress has been building up since then, and that the fault could rupture at any moment. "The southern section of the f
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