Lots of stuff going on with my life, not all of it pleasant.
On the bad side:
I guess the most painful event was hitting my testicles with an electrical cable that snapped like a whip due to an unexpectedly forceful pull from the person at the other end of the line (and yes, it fucking hurt like fucking bloody fuck… fuck — no amount of expletives can express the pain I suffered or could quench my thirst for unleashing them upon the world when I was doubled down on the floor, reeling from the unexpected attack to my anatomy).
On a slightly unrelated note, the most irking thing that’s happened these past few days was that for whatever reason, after I installed MegaManX8 and Resident Evil 4 again on my laptop, Resident Evil 5 and Street Fighter 4 decided to not work anymore, so had to uninstall them both and right now I’m having Steam download/install both again. Fuck.
On the good side, however, there HAVE been a few beacons of light amongst the shadows here and there:
The first would be the fact that apparently, I unconsciously stepped up my Super Street Fighter 4 Arcade Edition game and was able to stand my ground as Ken against a RIDICULOUSLY good, international-tournament-level Akuma. Knowing that I was able to make life difficult for a dude that goes hand in hand with some of the best players around the world makes me feel incredibly pleased with myself.
And secondly, this…
-Has withdrawn from any social activity on the forums, you will only see me participate in events-
…finally happened on Atlus’ forums from this user.
Yay for having one less idiot spewing shit in the community forums! =D
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And as such, since I use Steam as a central hub to manage ALL my games, I immediately scrambled to fill my shortcuts with appropriately beautifying images for each non-Steam game.
And my god, are the results breathtakingly beautiful…
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On Sages/Mentors/Helpfolk and my attitude. (Yes, I refuse on principle to use that completely unprofessional and immature name they’ve picked.)
Over the past few days (and in fact through the entire duration of the so-called “event”), people kept asking me why I didn’t apply for a Sage/Mentor/Helpfolk at Atlus. I know the game practically backwards, I can be professional when I want/need to, and I can take lots of pressure (as well as dish it out in a MAGNIFICENT way as well).
It’s actually surprisingly simple.
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