Tuesday, June 17, 2008

“The only way to find true happiness is to risk being completely cut open.”

Just a warning, a disclaimer, a legal don't-shoot-or-yell-or-rant-at-me message prior to the actual message containing things that might force things to be thrown at me: This is going to be a post filled with emotions, boring things, and the only video game references will be to Wind Waker and WoW, but they will be brief. Oh yes, and it might be rather long. So feel free to skip, skim over, or actually read. I take no responsibility for your actions....anyway.

I've been reading a lot lately. Mostly Chuck Palahnuik (HAHA! I spelled it right), and Neil Gaiman. Palahnuik is most renowned for writing Fight Club (which I have never read) and has a really #&$*'d view on the world, but is a really good and interesting read. Gaiman is a fecking genius, really. Sandman is a good graphic novel series in itself, but his actual novel writing is phenomenal. In other words, I'm pale and now writing a novel of my own. But who knows how long I'll actually care enough to remember to write.

Y'know what sucks? When your internet goes out because of thunderstorms. Not the electricity, mind you, because if the electricity had gone out you would have reason to complain and whine and get sympathy. No, the internet. This means no checking SWIS, email, web comics, or playing WoW. Or watching terrible TV shows.

So, my internet was out until 4 this afternoon. I was forced to actually accomplish household tasks. >.< Dishes, playing Wind Waker, telling my dog to shut up and stop barking. And I felt really...cut off from the world. I am a leper without my interwebzorz.

Oh yeah and emotional blarg about NMH and friends in VT being angst-filled. OH, but I really can't complain about anything. YA RLY.

'Cause, well...I dunno. I had an awesome weekend. I'd been meaning to go to a concert (an actual concert. Read: rock or some form/sub-genre of), and lo and behold my friend Megan invited me to go with her and her friend Jonah to one on Friday night. The bands were pretty good for high school kids, and the company was definitely worth it. I drank about 4 energy drinks and we were up until 2 am. We had to wake up at 5.

Basically....I'm done. Erm. if I still had Photo Shop I would post something epic I made, but I deleted that (along with most of the files on my computer) to make it so I could actually play WoW.

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