I wonder why that is. Perhaps this all derives from the frustration and anger that E.T. brought to my life. Well, I do finish some games, every now and then, but the finished/unfinished ratio is always unfavorable because I keep getting them at a rate that far exceeds my ability to finish them. This is, in short, the origin of a procrastinator's backlog.

At any rate, I should be finishing my first game of the year this week with Assassin's Creed II.

I have never seen snow either. I'd love to roll around naked in a snowy field. I've never thrown a snowball, or made a snowman with a carrot wang. I've never written anything with pee in the snow. I'll try to plan a vacation to a snowy place in a couple of years. When I do, I'll do all those things at the same time, and will have pics for you guys.

I know a lot of people that get sad with bad weather, like clouds or rain. I'm quite the opposite, actually. I hate the sun with the same rage that it burns nitrogen, so whenever it's not around, I'm a little bit happier than the day before.

We should all die in a gamma-ray burst.

Posted by SteelAttack Mon, 11 Jan 2010 23:51:17 (comments: 28)
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Tue, 12 Jan 2010 01:09:39
I think I can help you out, as I suffer from the same affliction.

From now on, you must wear pants when you play games!

If you are anything like me, you get distracted by your wang as you play!

I'm all for the participation of others, but when wang starts to stand up in front of me as I do particularly well on a tough level or stage (assumingly trying to get a closer look at the TV screen), I just have to pay more attention to him than the game itself!

On the flip side, sometimes when I do particularly BAD, I'll throttle wang like Homer does Bart! I do feel bad, but I have to admit, once the little bastard stood his ground and even spit at me!

You need to put on some trousers, and devote more time and attention to your hobby! As the saying goes: There's a time and place for everything. I can't make more time for you to play, but I can certainly make some suggestions on some places you can put your wang! Just let me know if you need any ASSistance!
Tue, 12 Jan 2010 01:18:43

I don't want to die in a gamma-ray burst.  For all we know that could end up turning everyone into the Hulk.  That's a world I don't want to live in.
Tue, 12 Jan 2010 01:42:57
I like the sun and supposedly bad weather as far as weather goes, but cold weather is painful. Luckily I like pain.
Tue, 12 Jan 2010 01:58:20
Leo's post is amazing.

Its fucking freezing here the last few days. Record cold, in the high 30's. We had our first reported "snow" since 1977, apparently there was like one flake or something that landed near where I live. I hate this, its too cold. I want 70 degree weather again.

As for finishing games you have no excuse, it is extremely easy to do.
Tue, 12 Jan 2010 02:42:53
^ I am ever so sympathetic.  It must be terrible having to wear a spring jacket.
Tue, 12 Jan 2010 05:45:12
I love the snow, which is why I want to move to Colorado someday.

It seems so peaceful to play games while it's snowing outside, next to a fireplace, sipping on hot cocoa while playing your favorite games.
Tue, 12 Jan 2010 06:47:41

I agree with most of what is written, except for the psychos who want to live where it is cold.

Wang is getting to be over-exposed though.  Can't we start using the word Dong instead?

Tue, 12 Jan 2010 08:39:24
Hot weather drives me psycho. I lived in hot weather my whole life and it's hell every spring, summer, and fall. It gets okay during the winter but it's still freaking warm.

That's why I want to try living in a place where I don't have to worry about hot weather anymore. I hate it. I despise hot weather. I hate sweating, no air conditioning, sleeping during hot nights and my bed covered in sweat.

But when it's cold, it feels good to warm up. When it's hot, it sucks trying to stay cool.
Tue, 12 Jan 2010 08:50:35
^Yeah, time to move it sounds like. Where I am it's "too hot" about 20% of the time, "too cold" about the same and then the rest of the time it's somewhere in between.
Tue, 12 Jan 2010 09:04:24
At least it's not as bad as Texas.

I visited San Antonio, Texas once. The weather was so dry and hot I couldn't even breath! But I guess I had to live there my whole life to get used to it. There were people jogging outside, and I was like "WHAT?!"


I can't stand it though.
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