I want to write a novel set in the future where everything only exists because of competition reality shows. Every resturaunt opened, home owned, child adopted.
We’re very far away from that, but also far closer than anyone should be comfortable with.
I have/want to stay up tonight finishing some work and cleaning up emails.
Listen to music
I want to brooms out on Wednesday.
The Padres suck.
We need some wins in June.
Family and friends at the park tonight, me and the brothers tomorrow night, we’ll bring the energy.
- Me: I feel sick. I was up until 5 stress eating all the sugar in here
- Mother: How about you have some self control
- Me: How about you have some bitch control
- Mother: *through laughter* Well that's no way to talk to your mother
I just got a hug from our incredibly sweet old lady neighbor who was dropping off pies for my dad and brother-in-law for father’s day at my parents place.
How could anyone not want to live in this area?
The Giants are SERIOUSLY bumming me out.
I can’t believe it but … there seem to be so many more reasons to buy a PS4.
Why would I buy a more expensive, very creepy, and closed off console? Halo? I’d rather have Kingdom Hearts 3 or the next Smash Bros.
In fact … has the time come where I don’t buy a game console? I don’t really have money right now. When I start to make money after this semester I’ll be busy with real life.
I know plenty of people that work high up 50+ hour week jobs that couldn’t get though the week without their FIFA or CoD.
Gamer ‘till the end.
Just not on XBOX.
Cheesey, but I can finally say it;
Just signed up for my last semester of undergrad classes.
My Facebook wall, Tumblr Searches, Twitter feed, they’re all just Instagrams other feeds. You can’t escape it. Everything has become 50% Instagram, and 50% whatever it actually is. I enjoy Instagram, I just wish I only had to see it when I was on Instagram. Which has little purpose these days because when I open it I’ve already seen every photo on my Facebook wall.
I understand wanting to share things. It’s what makes social media social. I too will occasionally post a photo from Instagram somewhere else, say this Tumblr. I’ll as least take the time (45 seconds, maybe?) to make separate posts instead of having Instagram do it for me. I do it to have a higher quality image and because I add a white border to my Instagram posts. They can’t force me to make my photos square. I wish others would do it because I hate seeing a billion hashtags below photos on Tumblr.
In fact I hate seeing it on Instagram. Half of my Instagram feed is single words with ‘#’ in front. For a visual platform, nothing could be less visually pleasing. Seems like it would be simple for Instagram to hide hashtags, so that the photos are still searchable by them, but they don’t take up a block of text as big, or bigger than the photo itself. Maybe just a “show tags” button that reveals them under each.