Wait, so we're no longer invincible at age 30? That sucks. I'm just gonna stay 26 then.
Well happy b - day never thought you were 30 .... I myself come this Wednesday going to be 29 0_0 !!!! Has it been that long? I still feel the same as when I turned 18 (the age were in my country you are an adult) But latter on Im going to worry and fear those 30 ... I think I hear those assasins preparing for my 30th >:3 better keep practicing my Mortal Kombat , oh yeah Taurus people FTW !!!!!
I haven't played any of those games, so here's my contribution to this blog:
"This is why Zojirushi thermoses are important people. Keep your liquids out of your servers."
Happy (belated) Birthday!
Well, the past few days on Giant Bomb have been weird. Mostly due to the fact that some slacker in Northern Virginia apparently decided to take a heaping cup of coffee into the server room without a secure lid of any sort. This is why Zojirushi thermoses are important people. Keep your liquids out of your servers.But while Giant Bomb was engaging in the resultant apocalyptic war against the robots, I had issues of my own to contend with. Specifically, this past Friday was my Logan's Run birthday. What does that mean? Aside from spending the whole day within the mindset of a 1970s Michael York sci-fi film, wondering when my would-be assassins would come for me, it also means that I turned thirty. While some post-modern jerkoffs would likely say that it's just an arbitrary, round value meaningless to existence and why the fuck should anyone care, the fact that I've been around for three decades is actually a bit mind-blowing. Especially when I consider that I have maybe another fifty years left if I'm fortunate, and will be truly blessed if I can live even longer than that while maintaining both my mental faculties and a healthy physicality.In short, I'm no longer at that age where I blithely think I'm invincible. Feels pretty good.But in the meantime, I still enjoy me some video games.