Jul. 1st, 2014

elana: (squishy)
We bemoan the pressures on men to have aversions to femininity (pink, florals etc.), but am I a collaborator with patriarchy if I have an aversion to masculine colognes on myself?
elana: (squishy)
It hurts when people try to diminish video games as a waste of time or an unworthy pursuit. Playing games with my father was certainly the best, if not the only, way we bonded, and was the setting of most of my fondest memories with him from childhood. We played — and beat — the original Prince of Persia together, as well as amazing science fiction games like Out Of This World and Half-Life. I also have a dim memory of a puzzle/shooter involving saving a starship crew from a rogue AI called "Lunacus" or something like that? They all left an indelible mark on me, in terms of immersive experiences and science fiction storytelling.

It was when we stopped playing video games together that we stopped being close.

Games are important. The ways you spend time with people who are important to you, will always be important. Don't let anyone tell you otherwise.
elana: (squishy)
Me: "I should leave a comment letting that girl know that her audio is peaking and she should turn down the gain or back off her microphone."

YouTube: "Sign in again to post a comment!"

Me: "…Nah."


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