I’ve been busy. I’ve got deadlines to fulfill. All three of them ending by October 31st. It’s been pretty strenuous on me. At the end of most days, I find myself shut out from my mind until the workers who maintain it tell me, “You’re ready to go back to work. Remember the furnace is broken, so if you feel light-headed, you’ve got to stop or we’ll be dragging you out.”
I hope by November 1st, I’ll be more active on the site than However, I will find the time to vote for the best—not my favourite— short story of the month.
I’ve got another deadline. But that’s on December 2nd. I’m not worried about that. Not at all.
I don't really (and nothing wrong with those who do). But I want these:
I wonder if the Breath of the Wild amiibo is going to come bundled with the game?
I love Deus Ex: Human Revolution and, so far, loving Deus Ex: Mankind Divided. I'm not going to lie though, those games make me feel sick.
Sometimes I boot up the game and instantly get sick.
Sometimes I play for an hour, and then I get sick.
Sometimes I think about it, and then I get sick.
There's no winning for me. Some people get seasick, I get Deus Ex sick.
Home: A Unique Horror Adventure. I. Don't. Get. It. I seriously don't get it.
I have a problem with its narrative structure. You pick up clues of what happened to you and to Rachel, and make assumptions based on them. The thing is, it's not concrete, it's not certain. I would have preferred "This is what happened" and "This is how it is" than the game feeding me bits of information on an object or reading excerpts of a journal.
Maybe it's just me. Maybe I think too much or too imaginative. Or the game is pretentious. The game has multiple endings. What information should I collect or ignore to get the most out of them?
They say you can't get revenge on an animal. I disagree.
The pack of dogs that attacked my dog are going to get their comeuppance. They'll learn, for a split second, that they should have never messed with my dog. My piss boils every time I think of my dog covered in blood. It could have been worse, but luckily I stirred awake and went into a blind rage and scared them off.
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