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3/19/2018 - I am ashamed
I can't believe that it is already March and that this is the first time I'm updating my site in 2018. :( I'm so painfully ashamed and embarrassed. Truth be told, I've been busy playing the wonderful selection of highly innovative PC games that 2018 has had to offer so far.
Just kidding, obviously. There haven't been any innovative computer games for at least a decade. I've really just been insanely busy with real-life matters, and updating my invisible, static, HTML 4.1-incompliant Internet webpage has fallen to a fairly low place in my list of priorities (for some strange reason).
For those who care (who probably number approximately the same as those who are reading this site--zero), here are a few updates regarding my personal life:
1. I am still living in my mom's basement. (I pay rent, damn it!) 2. I am no longer on a wireless connection thanks to a fifty foot ethernet cord run from my brother's room on the second floor. 3. I upgraded my graphics to the slightly less useless GTX 1060. 4. Last but not least, I have a baby on the way! Yay!! <3
I still think about what I will do with this site on a fairly regular basis, so this definitely is nowhere near the end [insert collective sigh from the audience]. I have plans for a new text article that will arrive sometime in the near future™. I also have been toying around with starting a few other projects related to nostalgia, gaming, princesses, and other things that I love. For now, take care and have a great week!
9/23/2017 - Princesses are magical
Hello, everybody! I'm writing this post from my mom's basement using a sub-par wireless connection! :D
Needless to say, I've been off the radar for quite a while now. While I can't promise (nor expect that you desire) that that will be any different in the foreseeable future, I decided to update the site at long last. I don't know why, though. Games are awful, the internet is boring, and the virtual future is bleak. I've been reduced to playing The Sims 3 on two Radeon 6770s in CrossFire.
The twentieth annivesary of Ultima Online was yesterday. I have mixed feelings about it. While it is neat that my definitive childhood game is still around after two decades, it is depressing that it has such a small playerbase. The last time that I tried a fourteen-day free trial on the pay-to-play servers, I found fifteen housing spots within seconds of leaving Britain. Considering the fact that it is no longer the game that I loved, it would almost be better for it to die. Even the free private servers for Ultima Online have lost their magic. I often struggle to determine, however, whether it is the game that has changed or if I have simply changed.
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Have a wonderful weekend, everyone! :3