No, more of a failure. I've gotten my associate's degree in information technology but, since I did it online, I have no experience that everyone is looking for now in this day and age so I cannot get a job.
Not to mention that even if I did get a job, I don't even know if I could keep it considering I have such severe anxiety.
Got my copy yesterday. Reading it as soon as I finish The Cuckoo's Calling.
Not to derail my own thread, but how are you enjoying it so far (Cuckoo)? It seems rather divisive, but I might give it a shot. Never really tried a crime novel.
I am liking it so far. It starts off slow but I have found the main character, Cormoran Strike, to be interesting enough that I continued to read until it picked up. I would give it a shot if you don't mind J.K. Rowling and if you are at all interested in mystery novels.
Favorite System: SNES. I have a lot of fond memories playing it.
Favorite Nintendo Exclusive: A Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past. I still find it just to be an incredibly well-designed and fun game. It continues to be one of my favorite games.
I still like Nintendo and hope they stay around. However, despite me wanting to play quite a few games on the Wii U (Smash Bros, X, Donkey Kong, Mario, Bayonetta 2), I do not think I will be purchasing another console from them. The Wii and the lack of meaningful games on there soured me on their consoles.
I remember loving the hell out of Brave Fencer Musashi when I was younger. I never did end up finishing it though. I have wanted to go back and finish it but I lost my disc a long time ago. I was always hoping it would come out on PSN or something but I don't think that's going to happen.