doggiedynasty: Doggie's crescent moon (Doggie)
I had a weekend vacation -- a picnic, but I think I spent most of it babysitting than having fun. Then, going back to work afterward. This can't be right. Plus, I did some emotional eating. I've been avoiding sweets until last week; I've been eating more candy. maybe that's why my cough returned

So on my vacation....I remembered the treasure of Golden Girls.
Hotel TV can be a little relaxing. So I was stuck with news and comedy classics.

Golden Girls. It's up there with "I Love Lucy": Unforgettable, everyone (?) watched it, and I'm not sure if I watched all of the episodes. If I love it because there is such good chemistry. You can't pick a favorite out of the four, even though I've heard that Betty White and Bea Arthur didn't get along? Or not to an extremity -- they just had different opinions.

And I totally forgot that Bea and Estelle (in the show) were daughter and mother respectively. That explains why they're both so snide. The only contrast they have in how they express this snide. Bea has this humorous scowl that sometimes you wonder if she smiles (she does), and Estelle is that lively Italian-ish stereotype. Cool daughter and open-door mother. Something like that.

To compete with the straight-man Bea (and Estelle), we have the cheery idiots of Betty and Rue's characters. I totally forgot how....naughty Rue was. COMPLETELY forgot.

I suddenly thought, "She is such a whore..." But then I loved it. Dating so graceful. Every single girl.

GG Opening them is still one of my favs: Memorable favorites such as "All in the Family"

Thank you for being a friend.
doggiedynasty: Doggie's crescent moon (Thinking)
I am almost on my 10th year. Having done much with the blog's looks.

I'm still blogging, and I still have people replying. So, for those who are, where have I met everybody from?
doggiedynasty: (Busy and Books)
Terrible, shameful week...sort of. I recently lost another uncle, robbed at work, and I just...forget important things at home more than once. Being robbed was partially my fault, and I was upset with myself. You can't trust anyone as I work with too many disgruntled people.

Never easy )

There is plenty of potential. If you really love/want something, you have to really have effort. Treat it as a part of your life if you want to follow it, especially professionally.

Within a few hours, I can change, but stress does not mix well with art.

My quarters are in a jumble and I can't focus with niece around. Fortunately, after so much strain and effort, she will finally go to school. For me and family to go through such foolishness just shows how people are incapable of caring for children. Not trying to sound mean that she can leave me for a while. She can finally go to school because she wanted to (so she says), and it is healthy for children, so I don't understand why anyone would delay that.
doggiedynasty: Doggie's crescent moon (Doggie)
I forgot how to have fun.

And frustration stems from the babysitting, especially when I have a day off. Being bogged down on my day off just makes me feel hatred more. On the good side, I may have a chance to follow my "wish".

Sonic and All Stars Racing Transformed (MOBILE)
Played it on IOS, and deleted it just recently. There are interesting race games on the phone, but when it all comes down to it, I am more traditional and prefer to play these kind of games on console. You think it'd be fine. Phone can work like either a miniaturized D-pad controller where you can use your thumbs to both steer and gas/brake, or you tilt the phone to steer. The phone is small and not that reliable when it comes to electrical signals, so I mostly played SASRT using the steer-motion controls. The gas is automatic. Game had the right feel: There was intensity, and it was frustrating, squeezing the phone like you would a controller, and it was challenging and fun enough for me to keep playing. Fun enough that I might want to pick it up for console one day. But it's me squeezing the phone while squinting at where I'm going at the same time, not entirely accurate controls (especially with stunts/drifts, which are considerably important), that just makes it annoying. Thanks to that button, I don't think I ever shot an item backwards. You also can't look behind you.

As for gameplay, it is interesting. There are invisible walls on the water and air sections, especially air! Such a shame, and it takes me right out of the flying. Sometimes my controls invert.

On the good side, aside from racing, there are a variety of missions. I dislike the restricted battle mode of Mario Kart, and SASRT's only has the advantage of using the vehicle the way it should be used: On the track, racing. However, maybe due to the quality of a mobile game, item pickup is small so it makes it easy to miss. With that said, that also makes the battle tank mode a bit difficult. I can't say I'm good at dodging projectiles. Traffic mode is a good idea.

Not sure how many stages are there on the mobile version, but I need that Sunshine Tour music. It's called Vamos A Carnaval! Se-gui-mos cantaaaaando! Se-gui-mos bailaaaaaando!

Good music in the game overall, but of course it's Sega. Not only Samba Di Amigo, but also from the Sonic series (like Sonic CD), Outrun, Panzer Dragoon, and Jet Set Radio.

Note to self, I might need to modify my tags. I added Watchlist Ramble.

I have "Doggie Week" and "Doggie World". Not sure what I was thinking. Of course, "D.Week" was supposed to cover what happened in the seven days of each week, but "World" is more universal. It's all about me, what I did, and what happened. I probably should just remove "Week". It has about three times as less tags than "World".

In fact:

#1: Doggie's World - 300+
#2: Video - 205
#3: Games - 204
#4: Entertainers - 153
#5: Fun - 150

Comedy, Health and Animation follow. I think this describes me will.
doggiedynasty: Doggie's crescent moon (Thinking)
I get flattered much, but I don't think I'm that good.

Here's the thing: I'm too distracted, but lately have been racking my brain over my next (?) ambition and annoying people with questions. I don't have all the tools, and I'm going to have a talk with an adviser to ease my worries. It still feels like a nigh impossible thing to pursue, least in my case. A person should follow through with what they care about, but is it enough? Do I really have the talent?

I'm going to be a bit vague here because one or two things can prevent me to go along with this plan completely.

Having heartfelt feeling about it for years, it must be the right choice. I have been ignoring the feelings, but it might've been a mistake? So, what should I do? "Understand, work" is the practice. Do it incessantly. But first, before I do anything, I really should talk to the adviser first.

Aside from that, I had a long, tough working week. It is another problem, making things less flexible. The constant niece distraction isn't helping me at all, but I can finally say that she has a chance to go to school.

Napping is good.

NOTE to self: Update "A little about Doggie".
doggiedynasty: (Busy and Books)
This is related to This entry from before.

I probably don't know where I should be yet. It's probably something very unexpected. I already heard many stories about celebrities' past and how people go from here to there. How one man just wasn't sure where to go, but he went to a class and further pursued the specialty of that class.

But I thought of "what I wanted" many times and tried to take steps. Automotive, acting, anthropology (cultural study/human science), computer (which I was pushed to do out of an assumption only because I go on the PC a lot), pottery, art, etc. One time I thought, "Hey! I can so do geography because I was so into that when I was younger!" and when I did a class on it, it didn't turn out well. Why? I can't remember. Maybe it was too confusing?

I was just upset. I hate trying and failing many times. Having this euphoric feeling that I love something and can do it, then I end up failing. Failing in what I like; to think that I liked it or could like it.

I don't want to do it just to show people that I'm doing something. I don't have that kind of life time.

I have a feeling if I follow avionics, and I am a total plane geek, I'll just fail again. Aerodynamics is difficult. And to add onto my frustration, I'm stuck with a baby because of fools.

"I'm going to this-and-that college!"
"OH THAT'S GREAT! Congrats!"
"I'm taking classes!"
"I'm working here!"
"Good good!"

Doggie's Week was same ol', same ol'. And I am just sick of it. I was particularly upset yesterday and I can't even remember the reason. I can't look forward to a day off; yesterday, I was so tired, and had this hazy feeling when trying to sit down and read. My vision dimmed or I just wanted to fall sleep. American Sniper is still unfinished due to my time and my lack of motivation.

I read an article about "Most unhappiest jobs" and "truck driver" and "retail" were among them, and I remembered those two being the most common jobs posted in advertisement. Online?

Looking through the newspaper, I read about new automobiles and lease for homes, and it's seems so out of my reach.

There's a used GT-R in Troy! (>.<) Oh, I know it's close to a dream to obtain, but I can dream. And it's a car, and it means someone touched it, and it was built for use. That would be fantastic.

Sometimes, I don't want to dream, I want to get there. One day, I want to tell a story that'll help others who feel depressed, feel stuck, or feel like they're at a wall. Able to answer those those "indecisive" questions.

To be that good friend.


Mar. 13th, 2015 09:31 pm
doggiedynasty: (Annoyed)
Doesn't seem to be a nice thing on my friends feed.

Hate it when I hear things and it makes me upset because I know well that I got my feelings hurt or laughed at for just...saying/doing minor things online and IRL. I can name a few things recently. It's so unnecessary that, after hearing another's story, I conjure up past garbage inside my brain and make myself insecure. No better considering where I am now. There's no telling what gets spread around through workplace or family.

But hey, that's the brain. Spontaneous.

I guess when you're highly educated and either in management or about to enter management, it's acceptable to be rude.

I also learn that it's OK to cut off your girlfriend/boyfriend for asking dumb questions. A single one maybe? but then again, I know someone who doesn't leave her abusive boyfriend of a bad reputation so it works either way. Well, to that guy, all I can say that you had her as a girlfriend.

So we all asked this question before: "How doesn't people know this/that?"

I think the answer is simple: Just not engaged enough.

Today was just one of those tired weeks.
doggiedynasty: Doggie's crescent moon (Doggie)
Last article: SKYWARD SWORD Pt 1

Why not?

Sometimes, in my chair, I have bad posture. I lean back and look sideways, typing with one hand from time to time. It's suitable if I was watching something. Going to just sit, look forward at the screen, and see if it helps circulation.

Sunday is miserable. So from past weeks, I had mouth sores and I think an earache (or did I say that the last time?). So, for the sores, I guess I should just lay off sodas and sweets for a good while. Try to find something else to drink along with water with lunch and dinner.

but can't shake the habit sometimes. Recently been drinking club soda.

Anyways, back to Skyward Sword. I didn't talk about the puzzles/dungeons the last time. I'm not a sharp knife, so if I get stumped somewhere, it's just a Zelda game being Zelda game. Backtracking, guesses, and revelations through exploring. I avoided checking the FAQ for the most part, and the game helped me to pay attention to detail, but there has been some times where I get upset with myself because I felt too dumb. One particular dungeon requires me to stab something (by thrusting the wii remote) so that I could carry it and propel it somewhere, and I didn't know that I had to do it. There was no hints; matter of fact, I didn't know I could do that. You don't do it often either.

A lot of the tools, and chest openings (DA DA DA DAAAA!) are...useless and uneventful, and you don't get the best/familiar items til later. Read more... ). I think maybe 70% or so chests are treasure that you can collect to upgrade your items. Also, I can't stand passive items sometimes. Why would I work so hard for such things as a main story reward? In Zelda, they can be pretty useful such as an anti-ice thing, but it only fits best with a particular dungeon theme. It's better for RPGs when facing elemental enemies various times. Not like Read more... )

As for some of the items:

Read more... ). Futhermore, I have a very limited hold inventory, and I have to buy slots. I guess it's unfair, especially with the magic medals involved.

Despite showing my disappointment, I don't want to ridicule everything, as there are a couple items unique to Skyward that are interesting, such as the Beetle and Bug Net. I think Bug hunting (and bird/tumbleweed catching) is definitely fun as each insect is unique.

Like Windwaker, Ocarina, Majora, and Twilight, I was looking for the "fear factor" of Skyward Sword, and it does exist. In my opinion; I'm just a real chicken, and the first time it wasn't good. In short, a place where you feel powerless. Read more... ).

I think what Skyward Sword misses is subsidiary time of combat. In Twilight Princess there was horseback riding. It was slightly annoying, but I was very exciting.

Team Ishida

Mar. 1st, 2015 02:29 pm
doggiedynasty: Doggie's crescent moon (Doggie)

Middle of the week, I wanted to rant about something. Sometimes I can't help but question others' stupidity, or how a person thinks, especially when it comes to being "a man" or "a woman' (AKA: an adult), or what "love" is.

But then, I thought "no" and stopped myself because it's just stupid. It's also obvious. I can't expect anything better from a particular person.

If I wanted to blog about a problem, I probably want to with the purpose of making others think twice. News articles can do the same.

Like I said before, I don't like giving off a bad impression too much, and I also said that it won't make me feel better. Social media can lead others through a lie, show only one side of a story, and personally those who complain the most are the others who cause the most problems. Least that's my opinion.

Right now, I need to learn how to not be frustrated.

What I do want to know is what's next for me? Thinking about it, I must be afraid of returning to school because of a few memories. I was into art (ie: Drawing, pottery) and automobiles, and I even, I can't even recall what it was. Something for PCs. It was highly assumed by family members that I was great with PCs just because I use it often. If I don't remember, it goes to show how much I didn't care. I prefer to use the PC for hobby or research.

No, I don't want to talk about Mr. Nemoy. Not in the mood. Made me a little upset.


Never played phone games outside of Angry Birds and Fruit Ninja because I am just attached to console gaming, but I guess frustration got the better of me and I wanted to test the flexibility of the phone. Went do far to download Chess, Checkers and Sudoku.

"I need something to do while I take a breather" I just thought. I was especially looking for a RPG. So I foound Brave Frontier (header photo) and "Chain Chronicle (SEGA; 2nd photo). I am also playing "build games" such as Samurai Siege and Clash of Clans, but I just might remove them. I also briefly played Zenonia 4. While Zeno4 looked very interesting, I can't use the touch d-pad. Absolutely not. Not comfortable with it at all or any games that use it.

Being used to the conventional RPG with level grinding, Brave Frontier is pretty annoying because it uses a "fuse system" to make the characters stronger. They don't level up in battle. In the first photo are three five-star (or very rare) characters and it's still difficult. I even have 4-star Earth Pike Lance and I have to evolve him with a couple more materials.

Voice actor Ishida Akira (石田彰) voices over 40 characters in Chain Chronicle. Plenty of pretty guys or kids, but there is also burly dudes like Greg (above) and old men/veterans like Cervantes (Who says "Wakazo gaaaaa!" or "Greenhorn!"). SASUGA ISHIDA!

Not sure of the thought on the hero's name (you pick your own). I guess it's close to Aghanim, Athrun and Arslan.

Lots of Uchida Maaya too; apparently Yanagita Junichi (柳田淳一) plays a lot of loud or fired up characters, so far my fav being Dusty. Maybe I'll do another screenshot with Ishida characters one day.

Tokkyuger and fanfic project next.
doggiedynasty: (The Ban Stare)
Ask YOUNG LINK: Never stop trying

An actress? A novelist? A hero? A manager? A game designer?

I'm still frustrated at the babysitting, and this thought occurred to me -- I am not aiming. The more I think about it, the more I feel I am just putting myself in one place most of the time, and being stuck 10 years behind. Someone with so much ambition, is easily inspired with a will to live, shouldn't have to work with so little result.

I'm often behind and I keep asking where I should go. Like I said before, I felt that I was doing the right thing tending to a little girl. Compared to someone who called said girl "an accident". A commitment is towards her, but I don't support myself.

I didn't want children myself. Didn't want a family life because I pursue answers to common problems. Overtake them before anything happens.

No, maybe, maybe, I didn't know what to do with myself. I probably should've been fulfilled 5 or so years ago. Of course there must be challenges.

It's like I beat myself up for where I am.
doggiedynasty: (Annoyed)

Of course the bass I'm thinking of doesn't rhyme with ass, unless its the fish.

Unnerving Christmas Eve, driving nearly blind in a rainy night.

I've come to the conclusion that this is one of the worst years thus far.

On the side of my mother's family, two people died and for one she had to leave the country. My dog died of course.

GamerGate made a commotion, and I still have yet to understand the full details of it, or rather, being a girl gamer myself, I didn't want to realize that gender bias had so much negative consequences effecting a wide community.

An array of earaches!!! I have one now. This hasn't happened, not this often in a whole year, since childhood.

JewWario, Nagai Ichiro, Naya Rokuro right near the end (that man wasn't 80...), Joan Rivers, Bob Hoskins, John Pinette, Mickey Rooney, Joe Cocker, Maya Angelou, Robin....etc.

John Pinette was very sudden. He could easily humor me with, I guess you would call, "fat boy comedy". What fat people love to eat, can or can't do, etc.

After Kyoryuger successfully brought me to Sentai, I enter Tokkyuger. Personally, I think it has a better storyline when it regards the characters because there isn't a person in the world that didn't have a childhood. But Kyoryuger has the best characters comparing the two, especially the best villains. For Tokkyuger, the most interesting baddie is probably Schwarz.

Thanks to Rider Gaim, or Gaimu, I probably received my very first net gift: GAIM LOCKSEEDS. Even thought, Gaimu was a Urobochi balance of life mess. I'm not even sure what kept me watching. It wasn't horrible, but Urobochi enjoys questioning morals such as justice and evil. So he's going to shove desperation and confusion down us. But torture is always fun in fiction, so why not. But I am seeing better in W and OOO. What was good was the various Riders/arms, and plenty of fighting, especially between riders. Cool items such as the Hinawa Daidai DJ Gun. Just how did a situation between dance groups escalate into something so horrible? Easily kids find battle in a game, at least before the reality of the other-worldly monsters dawn on them.

Naruto ends in 15 years.

And there is a wide array of civil rights issues that I will not discuss about.

I bought and beat Legend of Zelda: SKYWARD SWORD. Definitely a good game.

And then there's me. Constant babysitting, I had to put many shows on hold. Let's just say that enjoying hobbies is not easy. I think at this point I cracked. It makes me want to question my moral compass.

I believe that my resolution was to read at least 3 or 4 books. Don't think I succeeded, but finished Pirates Latitude, an adventure against the Spanish, and Yukikaze, an inquisition about man in a world of machines. Reading these, and reading American Sniper now, just makes me remember the convenience of reading.

And my Hyrule Historia is still collecting dust (but I guess I keep it hidden now, even after beating SKyward Sword, because niece overlord likes it and will rip it). I should just put on a Zelda Medley and open up the book.

But right now, the Christmas season has me in its grasp. As well as munchkin.
doggiedynasty: (Busy and Books)
First impressions of 30 pages or so.

Reading American Sniper, and easily intrigued over the "legend" of Chris Kyle, a sniper from the Navy SEALS.

I really was miserable this week, and I am not happy now.

So I picked up a new book to find some attempt at therapy. I can't remember my New Years Resolution completely, on how many books I wanted to read, but at least I remember that immersing feeling I get.

When starting Sniper, it first felt a little scary. What should I expect from New York bestsellers that brought 41, Agenda 21, and Killing Patton to the shelves? But I was looking for history or something on conventional military, because I was not touching romantic thriller.

I said it was "scary" because it looked from the first few pages that Kyle enjoyed to kill or destroy evil. As if his humanity was gone, so I was expecting some kind of lesson in enlightenment? He did admit that he had a sense of justice (protected his brother and such) and was brought up as a hard-worker like a hot-blooded horse broken for the field, so the SEALS provided him countless moments of anticipation through training and missions. He convinced himself as a soldier that the enemy in the Middle East, anything that obstructed the soldiers he had to protect were the enemy. And that you couldn't hesitate against the enemy. The more you read through the preliminary sequences, the more you did felt that Chris was losing himself. As in becoming different. That's because SEALS needed those who were steadfast.

Oo-rah Southern chest-beating Murica at its peak pretty much. Patriotism, God, you heard it before. A guy from Texas; he doesn't hold back to remind readers the social differences from "Yankees" such as myself.

You can't help but build respect for Mr. Kyle having gone through so much and with a lot of patience, even pre-military.
doggiedynasty: (Super Cry)
My mother is currently out of town to attend a funeral.

There's talk about suing Joan Rivers' doctor.

I'll just leave this:

In this case, my Hyouga crying icon is very suitable.

As for me, slight ear pain. Had some snow. Really, there isn't much to say. Not much I can do with the baby involved, and it's annoying on and off. Keep losing my inspiration when I tell myself that "I'm stuck".

TV wise, I picked up TERRAFORMARS.

doggiedynasty: Doggie's crescent moon (Doggie)
I forgot to post my thoughts on FREE! Season 1. Apparently, there's going to be English dub for FREE! S2, and people want Vic Mignogna (voicing Rin) replaced. With all the resent, he might as well stop working?

To keep it brief, S1 was lovely. For a short season, we got through a friendship and this aesthetic understanding of swimming.



I finally watched The Wind Rises (風立ちぬ; KAZE TACHINU). Did not disappoint. The movie definitely touched the heart of someone who loves airplanes, and its a movie created from the heart of someone who loves airplanes. Not sure if I'd call its Miyazaki's best work but you can tell it's from him.
Considering that I'm too busy, I can't elaborate.

I had to watch it in two days. Halfway on Saturday, then this morning. It's two hours, and I was multitasking which included babysitting.

I do wonder about Anno Hideaki. Miyazaki, I know Anno is your friend and that he's a director, but using what he [Anno] knows to exhibit Jiro's passion is not convincing. Especially for love.
doggiedynasty: (Sad)
I don't like having regrets.

I'm facing cowardice again. If I think "I want to", or "I can", such as being a pilot or joining the military, it'd be enough to put some faith in the ability called "trying". Still now, I keep holding myself back.

Just like being a game master for RPGS. Just what went wrong?

Reflecting, I often found myself not liking the crew that I'm with. An unmotivated, insulting group. Play-by-post RPGS grew tedious. Maybe I shouldn't say that; games are like that when you play a game more than once, or various genres. I'm having the same feelings in workplace. I sense that a part of my crew is dragging and not that fabulous, or is it my imagination?

But more importantly, I again forget how to love myself, to stop worrying, and to stop staying in one spot because I feel some burden.

Being positive, enthusiasm, I have these. But I always worry about accumulating knowledge. Indecision, feeling that I don't have the right talent because I keep being turned down. I let the past fuel my insecurities because of what people said to me.

"No...I can't be a leading type. [I did that before]".

But I think, it looks like, I'm really depended on because of something I have.
doggiedynasty: (Annoyed)
Skyward Sword review (so far) is next. This is just a ramble on how I've been doing. I said I wasn't going to talk about it anymore, but it's inevitable since it's going to swallow up so much of my time along with being a workoholic.

Read more... )

Despite all this, I'm a guardian w/o transferred custody. That's just it.

As for me, things might look up.
doggiedynasty: (Sad)
I would definitely put this in a top saddest song/greatest love song list. This seems a little too much for a pet song. This would fit better for my mom, but I like it anyway. Tammy Wynette's version is less sad.

[ More Morgie ]
She would've been 16 this year. TO carry something for so long, there should be a story to tell.

But do I have much of a story?

To have a pet )

I think I mentioned already that my niece is keeping me occupied, and likes to use my PC to watch videos. The best time to blog is when she's sleeping. Recently, there has been some carpenter work and tons of cleaning for the arrival of company.

With that said, I probably shouldn't tell a long story.
doggiedynasty: Doggie's crescent moon (Doggie)
I like to think that I am doing the right thing.

Good, when it comes to supporting others, I am useful. When it comes to supporting myself, I am steps behind, perhaps not completely because of my own faults. There are things that I am ignorant about, and can't fully understand for some reason. I gain assurance easily when I read. I told myself that I'd get wiser and willing to learn, fill in whatever cavities I have in my head, when older.

I also told myself that this happens to other people and there is light at the tunnel's end.

But I am naturally afraid of time.

I think this is my fourth week babysitting. I feel like I'm being dragged down by watching a kid that's not mine and working too much. However, the latter is helpful for us...for now. It's not much; I can't afford a new car or an apartment's DP, and that makes me feel like trash. So what does this situation bring? Feeling a desperation for money and thinking ahead.

Again, light at the end of tunnel.

Trying to look at it in a way if my niece was my own kid, because frankly it's almost like that. If that's the case, I also want time for hobbies. She is so bossy, so pushy, and of course so curious (but that's not a problem) that she prevents me from even reading my books. I am usually up and down.

So what is going to happen? What do I need to do?

The usual day-to-day routine is
- Turn on children's channel. Won't watch for five mins
- Always asking to watch music videos on youtube (So if I did online classes?)
- Play with her gaming tablet
- Climbing on me
- Cleaning up toys; bringing them back, dragging the car, etc

Taxing. And she's fussy. I'm for someone else, but not for myself. Aside from that, a cute smart girl who likes being with me. That's enough to kick her parent in the head.
doggiedynasty: (The Ban Stare)
Some people are just disgusting, and I'm quoting: "Having autistic kids that don't eat what we give them" Something along those lines. This lady had an ugly tone when she said it because she was mad at a fast food store. Reminds me of the crap I see on Twitter, like "remember when wheelchairs were not for fat people?" or something like that?

And it also just reminded me: courtesy is good after all. I don't think its regrettable to practice good mannerisms, whether you're told to do so or not (such as a part of your job). There are just some things not worth getting upset about. But one of the reasons why I gave up on online RPing was the attitudes of people in charge.

Also, I watched police drama PSYCHO-PASS Season 1 first episode. I've been spoiled on it a little, but it looks cool. It is different when watching thoroughly. Also, it has an unsettling theme that made me think of myself.

Basically, in this show, if you take too much drugs or maybe drink too much, or have any hint of a troublesome mental illness, you have a death wish. Because members of the Crime Investigation will deem you as a "potential criminal" and will wipe you out. I say "think of myself" because sometimes I think we're better off without a select amount of people when there's no learning from the past. Say like compulsive lying? So if you're an obsessive compulsive lying? Or maybe a psychopath? You have to go to therapy or a ward?

Nasty, but it's true. Urobochi Gen obviously thought of it while writing this show. He's a really...dark guy. And there are definitely a couple people I won't miss.

And to make it worse, they get killed so brutally on the show [PSYCHO PASS]. Not sure how the fate of the hostage will turn out, if they tell me that is.

Rid of criminals? Because of latent mental level.

What about the people who I quoted up there? No, I'm not suggesting that they should die.

When you get older, they suggest confining you to a home or some kind of atmosphere that is not like you know of. That's saying you can't care for yourself any more and you're deteriorating.
doggiedynasty: (Ha-ha-ha)
And that patience, something I'm strong in or so I think I am, is just gradually going away the more I babysit.

what a troublesome child. If I had to do homework or online bills, it would barely work. Attention attention attention, defiance, defiance, and more upsetting: Ungratefulness.

You're probably thinking: "She's just 3". She's very smart. I'll go ahead and say it: Probably better at listening than her "adult" mom, and I'll tell her that in a heartbeat. She knows what she likes to ear, she's grateful, likes to snuggle, likes playing, likes to dance, etc.

but she's also rude.

And I completely forgotten my Sidonia, Moon Crystal, and Nobunaga opinions. Now Mitsuishi is in need of protecting.

As for selling games, I might do a little test.


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