I really wish that hollyweird would just leave books alone. Think I'd learn my lesson, but no, I had to see the WOT adaptation for myself, and my life is now a little bleaker for having seen it, and I cannot unsee it.
Someone left a filleting knife on top of my ac unit that's directly under my window. Nothing's cut, just a beat up (but keenly sharpened) filleting knife sitting on the box when I get home. Already had a break in last year too, maybe I should move.
I don't understand people sometime. Walking to work today came across someone walking the opposite way in a nice suit, I politely move to the side into the shrubbery so he doesn't have to get his suit dirty and say "good morning" as he passes me, he turns around glaring daggers and asks "why are you talking to me?" like he's bloody offended by me wishing him a good morning or something. Just, why?
The office manager at my work finds it hilarious that I like to "work in the dark". I don't get it, the lab has two huge bay windows facing the sunrise, what is so odd about enjoying natural light in the mornings rather than fluorescents, is that really so odd or quirky?
As a newbie in environmental science I am kind of shocked at just how much water, plastic and paper is required to accurately tell other people how much pollution they are producing, to say nothing of all the chemicals used. It's kind of funny actually, environmentalism isn't even environmentally friendly apparently.
When your side job becomes more interesting than your dayjob and you think "do I quit again or finally actually do the same thing for more than five consecutive years..." I don't think I'll ever be able to say that though, I just cannot stick with one thing like you're 'supposed to'.
I'm back for some reason. Might actually release a game this time, relatively soon even, just to prove I can. Sunk cost fallacy and all that. Though is it really a fallacy if you know it is influencing you and don't really care that you won't be recouping your costs at this point?
"growth for the sake of growth is the ideology of the cancer cell" Stumbled across that one on a lawyer's vlawg and it sort of stunned me. Difficult to reconcile, I waffle between finding it poignant and finding it delusive and can't make up my mind on how I feel about it as a statement.
Day 6 of Insomnia adventures: I have been up for 130 hours straight at this point, just finished having a heated argument with the dog. He won the debate handily. Still waiting for a good samaritan to come along and bash my brain in with a blunt instrument.
You ever have one of those weeks where you can't sleep for four nights straight and you can literally feel your body shutting down from exhaustion yet your mind still remains wide awake and refuses to let you rest? Anyone want to do me the mercy of bashing me unconscious, please? Seriously, please!
I always hate it when an appliance breaks, and it is an easy simple fix but because each new generation of appliance uses slightly different hinges you can't just buy the 5 dollar piece of metal you need to fix your 10 year old oven door because they were obsolete and discontinued 8 years ago.
Finished the frontier and...I apologize to anyone who saw the trailer I posted and actually tried it. Technical marvel, crazy disjointed fetish story hidden inside a cheap milsim skin that has no idea what it's trying to be except sanctimonious and failing at even that. As much as I hate fallout 4's story, even it was better. I guess there just won't be another non-parody fallout after all.