In all honesty, Harrison, American and Britain are just as bad as each other.
They're essentially the same too, because Britain tends to try and follow American trends, because we're kiss-asses who're constantly trying to appease your country. I think Britain would do a lot better if we started focusing on working together with the European Union rather than the US (no offence.)
I take none. I don’t particularly like my country, there are better.
Well, I can normally think things out quite clearly and precisely if I've got a firm grasp on the theme of the idea itself. But that's the thing; I'm quite slow when gripping onto ideas, so normally I lose ideas before they can formulate fully.
I can come up with a strong idea, and I know the logic behind it, but whenever it comes to explaining it I get like two sentences in then it’s like I have writers block and completely forget what I was going to say.
Harrison I will destroy you. SEXUALLY!
Actually, joking aside, that's a good point. What even is your sexuality (if any)?
I mean, you blog a lot, but I know NOTHING about you, apart from on an intellectual level.
I am only sexually attracted to females, guys just don’t get me up. Unfortunately I have never been in a legitimate relationship with anyone.
Hrmm…. what else… I’m 15, I live in a suburb of D.C.
That’s about it (I suck at introducing myself, or describing people).
I don't even mind plot spoilers that much. Because I roughly know what happens in the game.
But it is kind of annoying when people reblog stuff which refines exact moments in the game: for example, screenshots of dialogue and comedic moments. Because if I know all of the scripting in the game, it's just going to totally dilute my enjoyment when I encounter in while playing.
Yeah, I’ve had that done for me with other games, and it sucks.
It’s not just color. A similar effect seems to hold for any light, airy space. In 2006, Joan Meyers-Levy, a marketing professor at the University of Minnesota’s school of management, studied the relationship between ceiling height and thinking style. She demonstrated that, when people are in a high-ceilinged room, they’re significantly better at seeing the connections between seemingly unrelated subjects. In one experiment, undergraduates came up with nearly 25% more connections between different sports, such as chess and basketball, when sitting in a loft-like space than in a room with an 8-foot ceiling. Instead of focusing on particulars, they were better able to zoom out and see what various things had in common.
I'm really, really wanting to get it as soon as possible, though. I've already sold my Dead Space and Dead Space 2 games, so that's me with £25 in my pocket. I'm begging my mum for another £20, but she says she won't until the end of my physics exam (that's on the 23rd of May.)
Exactly, which is why I’m not posting it. It’s not like you have the ability to get and are just being dumb, you have good reasons for not having the game.
This is the future of Dubstep, notice the fluidity of the sounds, while the samples (Alana’s voice) pull everything together. Nero, along with Gemini, are just a couple of the artists that are truly changing Dubstep for the better, getting it closer and closer to fully composed songs with actual fluidity, not just random sounds all over the place. You know it’s a well composed Dubstep song if you can truly label the artist as a artist and not just a DJ, which Nero does flawlessly with his new single Guilt.
“There’s a reason that Bill Gates talks about the Gates Foundation instead of talking about his life as a computer programmer. The life of a programmer is like programming, which is like taking a book and bashing it on your head over and over until it doesn’t have any grammatical errors…which is never. That being said, the life of a programmer isn’t even that fun, it’s sitting in front of a computer for 10 hours a day looking through a few hundred pages of code for one missing semi-colon every day until you find that semicolon and fix it, only to find out your code has 5 new errors.”—Why programmers don’t really talk about their life by Anonymous