I think people don't talk about it because it's a futile conversation. You aren't going to change a lot of minds in a casual conversation about politics. Thus, people don't care as much because of this. That's why I slowed down on it, I used to care quite a bit about politics but every conversation I have, I'm wrong in the eyes of the other person, or we agree on everything. It's never a great thing to talk about with anyone, thus, I kind of stopped expressing my opinion. There are always people looking to pick a fight about it and why even bother? That's become my opinion.
I have a lot of these ideas sitting around in my head haha. My favorite of these is "Hypnotics", in which young Jack Tracey, 18 years old and of a slightly weak constitution, moves his hands in anger and suddenly, things fly across the room. He is only discovering the tip of his telekinesis ability, something that is genetic in this world, but very very rare. Jack, together with his best friend Jess Rogers, attempt to cover up this power at first, but Jack soon realizes that he is a tool of destruction in the eyes of the powerful, many strong men attempt to gain his allegiance and use his power for their own bidding, the worst of these being his incredibly nasty uncle.
Jack soon comes into his own, realizing that he has to learn to say no, and learn to develop his own sense of being. He is his own person, and no one should be able to control his talent but himself, as he begins to fend off the intruders in his life. But this is the first step to being a hero...not even close to the last.
Jack looks at petty crimes in the street and TV and feels fear, guilt. Regret. He can't save these people, he is deathly afraid of facing criminals with a violent eye. But when his world is threatened, when the people he loves most are in danger at the hands of kindhearted but very crazy and fearless Rock Xevious demanding that Jack act as his power rod, the young man must face these fears and take into action. But what are these weird scars appearing on Tracey's arms? Why is his telekinesis power getting...weaker? These questions will have to wait for the sequel, Hypnotics 2, where Jack learns to be a true hero, one must face fear. (The idea is to go through each of the steps of growing up, self confidence, facing fears, etc)
I'm aware of the generic nature of my idea, but it would be kind of an action movie w/ bits of comedy, those always draw huge crowds.
Well I saw Dark Knight Rises, it was very good but not great, not on TDK's level either IMO. Other than that I saw Tintin a few weeks ago, much better than I expected, Spiderman, which was pretty crappy, The Grey, which was just ok, and American Reunion, which really isn't my type of movie haha.
I think it's great that you are inspired to make positive changes to your life, but remember that nothing ever goes as planned. The lack of schooling hurts a bit, but if you work hard and do your jobs well hopefully you can circumvent it.
The hardest part will be being in a very unfamiliar land and not really knowing anyone. It sounds like this is appealing to you though, and hey, if you aren't as successful as you had hoped, you can always move back and rethink things right? Worst case, it's an interesting time of your life where you tried to do something different. Best case, you live a happy and fulfilling life in a place you feel comfortable in.
On a side note, it seems like you are panicking about your life right now and making some really drastic decisions about your future in a short amount of time. If you wanted my advice, let life come to you, you're still really young. It's going to be ok. You don't have to make all of your decisions right now, actually you can't, and that's a great part of life. It's fluid. So enjoy it, and don't make too many executive decisions right now! But if this is your path, and you're sure of it, then you will find a way to make it work!
I actually just replayed the first two recently, really like parts of the story but overall the fiction is so overwhelming and stupid after a point that it's almost impossible to have a grip on the complete story/mythology. The 2nd game dealt with a lot of stuff that made no sense, I thought originally that it was because I didn't play the GBA game but it goes far deeper than that. All I hear during the cutscenes is light, dark, hearts, nobodies, darkness, heartless, dark, light, etc. It didn't make sense when I was 14 and it doesn't make sense now that I'm 20. Whatever.
I'd still totally play a 3rd game though. I feel like I have enough of a grasp on the story that I'd know what's going on, and that's enough for me. I still feel moderately attached to the characters since it was the first RPG I ever played, and want to see what happens, but the way they branched the story out in 2 was a turn off. I'm looking forward to the 3rd game and I'll probably borrow my brother's 3DS to play this new one too.