Everyday in College pretty much. Wanting to make friends but not being able to relate to anyone kind of sucks. Whenever I'm in a group and people start talking about stuff I can't really add to, it makes me feel awkward. College life is all about the partying, and I don't do any of that shit so I get left out of everything.
@jothel: As someone who played the Xbox version a few years ago, and tried to replay on PC this Summer, I'd lean towards "No." If you have a modern computer, the Steam version simply WILL NOT LAUNCH until you do a ton of tweaks and a couple of rain dances. If you glimpse at the game's Steam forums, it is always a ton of people flipping their shit, comparing system settings, and asking why Steam is even allowed to sell the game in this state. Once I got it running, it does fully support the 360 USB gamepad, but the combat was far more wonky and laggy than I remembered. I could no longer enjoy the story very much, because there was a 1.5 second pause between each line of dialogue. That may be a side effect of all the things you have to do to trick your computer into running it.
In the same Summer I replayed KotOR and played KotOR 2 and Vampire: The Masquerade-Bloodlines to completion They are all older than Jade Empire, but more fun.
If you catch a GOG sale of Neverwinter Nights 2 Complete, that would be a better call.
Play Street Fighter III Mask of the Betrayer. It's a good game.
Jade Empire is also on GoG now so he can also wait for a sale on it to come back (It just ended). I've had no trouble playing that version on my laptop. Neverwinter Nights 2 is also a great game.