My room now has two more book cases in it, and I’m fairly sure my version of hell will be me assembling furniture for eternity, denied Oreos.
Actually, in ‘Dante’s Inferno’ the outer part of hell is pretty nice. Its full of virtuous pagans, and its really not that bad. I’d hang out with Cicero, et. al, and probably just drink wine all day, which is better than the field of burning coffins or the bit where they sew your eyes shut, both of which are further into hell.
It’s raining now, and I’m going to a law party on the weekend. I say ‘law party’ to mean most of the people there are going to be lawyers. They tend to know me as the guy who says awkward things not on the script at law competitions, in a room full of supreme court justices. Or whatever position those old guys hold. (To clarify, for some reason I’ve been a witness or client in various competitions, and as I’m not at the event to network or kiss ass, I have a greater degree of autonomy.)
I saw Grace at the mall the other day, and she noted she’d be there. At Ben’s party we had a rambling chat about Israel/Palestine, and she likes ‘Dishonored’ as much as I do. That game needs a sequel.
Interestingly, at Macquarie, law students have a common room - its next to the mock trial court. They also have a communal sleeping bag in that room, and I’m pretty sure it needs to be burnt. The ashes can then be launched into space.
Buy a PS4.
Cheaper than an Xbox One, no restrictive DRM or region locking, better online value, etc.
First practical advantage of living in the Inner-West.
Being able to randomly go to a bar with without a commute or pre-planning.
I sprung from my bed with the sound of shattering glass, convinced that someone was breaking in to have their way with me, ready to defend my honor!
Reality ensued, and it panned out that one of my framed Star Wars posters had fallen off its 3M adhesive hook thingy, hit the ground and shattered. Vacuuming was done, and I avoid stomping on the small ocean of glass.
I’m like a ninja.
And then I felt the need to post this, to remind you all I still exist.