This is quite good, QG.
He was a pretty good teacher, but he's also batshit insane and smells like ferret pee.
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Day 3 of being alone in the house.
I have scurvy. My extremities are frozen. I am reduced to eating rats.
That's an interesting way of spelling "lizards."
Arizona has both. Gigantic poisonous lizards and rats the size of guinea pigs.
Are you sure they aren't guinea pigs?
My folks made me mix them a drink using two different brands of fum, for a blind taste test. I took two shots as payment.
I remember now. I hate rum soooo much. I hate the taste, I hate the burn going down, the burn as it sits there, the burn in mah face. Hate.
But the test was uccesfel and now they know that pricer rum is smoother. WHO COULD HAVE GUESSED. (slowly raise hand)
eta Alos hate the grumpy I get from rumj.
I should grab cables during a storm, surely this will give me powers.So like, not informing support that your av and computer equipment was struck by lightning is a thing.
They're powered by electricity. A lightning strike will surely just supercharge them.
Well you'll stop aging to begin with....
Oh, yeah. Run The Jewels is pretty amazing. I even tend to overlook El-P's tough-guy misogyny/homophobia because of his talent.
Could someone make the white power people stop ruining norse gods for everyone?
I got Rust, which is basically Minecraft for adults. But shitty Minecraft with hardly anything you can do and full of assholes that kill you as soon as you wake up. Or you starve to death and lose all your shit.
I already regret spending money on it, and am wondering whether to keep plugging away at it in the hope it eventually becomes fun, or to just bail and get another game.
Anyone have any suggestions? Prefer adventure/puzzle games, and I don't like graphic novels disguised as games. I'm poor so I can't justify spending more than $30, and it has to run on Mac.