Today marks the day that my "Summer Development Cycle" starts up. Come to realize that I only work on games once a year--during the summer. Because traditionally, that's the only time I've ever had time, thanks to work/school/life.
I go back to work in the morning... First day since my back to back hospitalizations. What I thought was a spider bite was actually a scorpion sting. Fun times. We'll see how a nearly 12 hours shift does me.
Well, goodnight everyone. Tomorrow is going to be a nice lazy day, spent watching Cosmos: A Personal Voyage (I grew up on it, and I prefer Sagan to Tyson-I like the way he talks better, his enunciation makes me giggle). Very much like my science. *Nods* Y'all take care.
Aaaaand off to the hospital I go. Turns out I was (probably) bitten by something in the warehouse at work today. Arm's been sore today, sure, but dang, now it's all swollen and puffy and hurts to touch it. Fever is also spiking. Fun, fun times. I'll let y'all know if/when I'm back around!
I noticed random Japanese dialogue in the FF7 remake while playing in English. More than once. Just now I saved a vid where Tifa spoke Japanese after a battle. We all make mistakes lol, this is kinda funny though
I wonder if the new RPG Maker will have a built-in ABS for maps or a light effect system plugin out of the box.
Not having false expectations, but if it has both, then wow. I am gonna party all night. Nah I lie. I will party all night anyway, just searching for a good excuse.
And BAM!, the moment you do understand Python setters by studying JS prototypes. That's called SERENDIPITY, coming with something when you was searching for something else. From "The three Princes of Serendib", a persian novel.
The sinking feeling when you realize your grandmother probably isn't long for this world, and the frustration when you know that this pandemic will take her away...not because she has Covid, but because no doctor is willing to see a patient to even run simple diagnostics anymore if one of her symptoms happens to be a recurring fever, even if her primary care physician gives her the test and it comes back negative.