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Thanks a lot, I really appreciate it. Maybe I'll do something like that.
That makes a lot of sense. I guess the thing I'm really worrying about right now is that because of a huge trip I'm going on in a week or two I'm going to be completely out of money. Or nearly.
I totally didn't just save your comment.
There's a good chance that you're right, haha.
Thanks for the reply. I'll keep all this in mind!
Anyone have a place where someone could try this game? It sounds cool!
I was really close to it, honestly. I wanted to cry but at the same time I didn't. Lol, I'm weird.
My driving personality force? Well dang, I'd just have to say it would have to do with something like how I want others to be happy and that makes me happy. I can't put a word to it right now, being 2 AM.
The move was so real. It made me think and it almost made me cry (which is saying something! I can usually hold myself together, but this one ruined me).
I, too, have been thinking about what drives me to do the things I do. I've been up to trying new things, among other things, after seeing the movie.
I recently finished 1984 for school. That book along with Fahrenheit 451 were big impacts on me because I read them just when I was starting to understand the world around me wasn't just High School, but other stuff too. But most importantly they taught about the dangers of specific censorship (or censorship in general). I learned a lot from those books.
I live in a small-ish town in Michigan called Lapeer. I've been living here for a long time, but before that my family and I moved around a lot. I was born in Mena (?), Arkansas then moved to Memphis, Michigan. Moved to Alpena, Michigan (which was a tiny town somewhere IIRC). I want to visit there on my trip up north. From Alpena, I moved to Lapeer.
Mena is another place I want to see, but that would be a separate and more special trip. Anyone from that area here? What's it like?
Meetups. Ohh meetups. I never got to see any except for that single time that a bunch of redditors went to meet the frisbee guy. It was kinda funny and cool how they kinda made his day meeting him and stuff, but IMO reddit meetups are way too big. You'd see a hundred people and never know any of them. Hell, some of them might not even be from reddit. They might be there just because other people were congregating there. But I don't know a whole lot about meetups, so tell me if I'm wrong.
If Hubski had a meetup I'd go. Because Hubski is out of Michigan, I'd be able to get there easily. Assuming it's in Michigan.