James_ex_machina's forum posts
If I had to pick one... Finland.
Another good choice for me. I could go see Michael Monroe perform instead of waiting years for the guy to tour the US.
Several years ago I gave up coffee for tea. At that time I was really into the flavored teas. Vanilla, Carmel, orange spice, etc etc. Eventually I returned to drinking coffee and only drinking tea on occasions. I usually prefer green tea with a touch of either honey or agave.
During a cold or sore throat I drink licorice root tea. It's not very good but I'm a believer that it soothes and and helps the throat.
Somewhere in the UK. I love British TV shows and of coarse my favorite car is the British Lotus Exige which is no longer available in the US.
$3 – $5 dollars. Usually $5 but if they don't follow instructions I lower the tip. I really hate calling out for pizza. A simple medium domino's pizza can go from $12.99 to a $20 order with the delivery fee and tip. I could drive and get pizza from a place that's listed as one of the best in the Philadelphia area but delivery is so damn convenient.
I have a hell of a time getting pizza from the chains to my place. There is a Domino's 2 miles away and a Pizza Hut 1 mile away. Both places are on the same road as me. Unfortunately, when my zip code is put into their computers it brings the main town next to mine. The big pizza chains computer system doesn't allow for me/them to put in my towns name. The problem is my exact address exists in my town and the bigger town that the zip code brings up. Pizza Hut has averaged over an hour delivering a pizza to me (1 mile exactly away) because they won't read the instructs about my town/address. After several attempts I have finally got the local Domino's to deliver to the right town/address on time.
I got bored with games for quite awhile and I still cycle in and out of the hobby. Problems for me were hoarding too many games, going from a mind challenging fun photoshop job to staring at excel charts all day managing art, lack of time, repetitive gameplay fatigue, trying to get every single player achievement, and Netflix binge watching. Assassin's Creed and Borderlands, as examples feature lots of receptive missions that got boring. Luckily I now break up my sessions with these games with games I only play when the gf is around to watch (ICO, SotC, Alan Wake series, and other story driven drama games). Switching from a long grinding game up with a game I can actually finish and not making achievements my main focus help me. Now if I can get back to a job that doesn't leave my brain numb...