How I know I spend too much time on Second Life and mucks: someone on work chat requested being added to a meeting invite with, "me too please," and the first thing to come to mind was a rant about lazy would-be subs. >_> <_<
Well, on the good side, now I know that I'm not going to sleep through the fire alarm, should my building catch fire. On the bad side, I found this out because multiple buildings in my complex, not including mine, experienced simultaneous false alarms at nigh-on two in the morning.
Urban fantasy thought of the day: a warlock who channels the power of hatred via social networking to perform dark magic, and thus has to constantly troll and otherwise spread the worst parts of Internet culture.
Hmm, one of my characters decided to redesign herself while I was in the shower, today. Now I kinda want to find an artist willing and able to draw some art of her, but I suspect that may be harder than usual, because she's got a combination of elements that a lot of people have problems with.
Freya is still best party member ever. I will not negotiate
Random silly sci-fi thought which popped into my head while I was showering: alien script kiddies who accidentally make first contact with Earth, when one of their exploits gets recorded by SETI, and turns out to effect SETI@Home.
Blah. I'm feeling kind of hungry, but I don't know if it's because I'm actually hungry, or if it's because it's 1 AM, I'm wide awake, and in a hotel with bad internet bandwidth, but close proximity to a Denny's.
Happy Boxing Day Eve, everyone!
I have made a mistake. I watched a video on youtube about the first episode of the anime Goblin Slayer, which could be best summarized as, "a gratuitous, fairly graphic rape scene probably isn't the best way to start an anime, guys," and then I scrolled down. I now find myself wanting to kick a bunch of youtube commenters in places they'd rather not be kicked.
Remember the true meaning of Christmas this season: landlords aint shit and refugees should be welcomed.
...this motherfucking patient has Thor checks and mailed in a payment on one
I just binge watched all of the anime How Not To Summon A Demon Lord, and I liked it way more than I expected. Not that this was hard, since my initial expectation was, "emotionally stunted shut-in's adventures in fanservice land." Admittedly, it lived up to that, too, but there was enough character development that it actually felt satisfying to watch.
Hmm, I find myself again contemplating hacking on my instance to disable features which I wouldn't intentionally use, so that I don't accidentally do so.
Is a maker-educator with a mohawk a STEAMpunk?